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Microscopic image of a butterfly tongue.

Continuing my love of microscopic photography, I bring you …a butterfly's tongue…so very beautiful and wondrous. The tip of a butterfly tongue viewed in polarized light by Stephen S. Nagy, M. from Helena, Montana. (Stephen S. Nagy, M.

structure of a butterfly wing    Structure of a butterfly wing    Courtesy of Thierry Thomasset    Image Details  Instrument used: XL SEM Family  Magnification: 25300X  Horizontal Field Width: 6,32µm  Vacuum: HiVac  Voltage: 10 kV  Spot: 3  Working Distance: 10 mm  Detector: SED

structure of a butterfly wing Structure of a butterfly wing Courtesy of Thierry Thomasset Image Details Instrument used: XL SEM Family Magnification: Horizontal Field Width: Vacuum: HiVac Voltage: 10 kV Spot: 3 Working Distance: 10 mm Detector: SED

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Golgi complex in olfactory bulb cell

Golgi apparatus of eukaryotic cells functions in protein synthesis. I loved my molecular biology class and love this photo. Now, how to incorporate cell structure and cellular functions for my class?

Grains of sand under a microscope.

Grains of sand magnified 250 times its original size. Amazing that our God took the time to make every grain of sand unique. That is a bunch of grains.

“Human Cerebral Cortex,” Alfonso Rodríguez-Baeza and Marisa Ortega-Sánchez, scanning electron microscope, 2009

Portraits of the Mind: Visualizing the Brain

neuromorphogenesis: “ Baroque Blood Vessels A scanning electron microscope (SEM) image zooms in on the baroque branching structures that send blood to the human brain’s cortex. The vessels are.

Alveoli in the lung

Image: David Gregory & Debbie Marshall, Wellcome Images This is what a colour-enhanced image of the inner surface of your lung looks like. The hollow cavities are alveoli; this is where gas exchange occurs with the blood.

Who would believe a mosquito antenna could be this amazing?  Thanks to the extreme magnification of a microscope

Who would believe a mosquito antenna could be this amazing? Thanks to the extreme magnification of a microscope

This incredible Jewel Caterpillar looks like something straight out of a sci-fi movie.  I can assure you, it is a real creature.

You Won't Believe This See-Through Clear Caterpillar Isn't CG

This awesome creature (yes, this really is a living thing, not a piece of candy or glass) is a Jewel Caterpillar (Acraga coa) spotted by naturalist and photographer Gerardo Aizpuru near Cancun, Mexico.

Le dieci specie del 2013

This new wasp species, known as the Tinkerbell fairyfly (Tinkerbella nana), doesn't match up with the Disney image of Peter Pan's sidekick.

Microphotography opens up an invisible world, one that goes undetected by the naked eye. Nikon Small World is a leading forum for microphotography and their annual photomicrography competition highlights the best images in the genre. This year's winners were recently announced after scientists, photographers, and hobbyists from 70 countries submitted more than 2,000 entries. For this 42nd edition, Dr. Oscar Ruiz was victorious for his photography of a 4-day-old zebrafish embryo. Based in…

Amazing Photomicrography Winners from the Nikon Small World 2016 Competition

Acilius diving beetle male front tarsus (foot) Miroscopic image by photographer Igor Siwanowicz reveals the extraordinary complexity of this aquatic insect’s tiny appendage.

Moth antennae under the microscope - Igor Siwanowicz

Moth antennae under the microscope - Igor Siwanowicz

Rare Adonis blue butterfly egg is laid only on the horseshoe vetch, a type of European perennial

Under the Microscope: "The Adonis blue butterfly is rare because it's choosy. It lays its eggs (like the one above) only on horseshoe vetch, a European perennial. What's more, it looks for patches cropped by rabbits that allow easy landing.

white blood cell attacking bacteria. Going on right now, inside your body. Amazing!!

A human white blood cell engulfing bacteria and destroying them with the help of enzymes from the cell's lysosomes.

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