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Macro Photography/ Electron microscope close-up of a butterfly's face

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Mediterranean fruit fly at

Butterfly Macro, beautiful in a weird way.

Butterfly Macro by Official San Diego Zoo

Bombyx and your silk cocoon by Carles  Just - Photo 8821124 - 500px

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Macro Photography Portraits Of Insects By Paulo Latães

Macro Photography Portraits Of Insects By Paulo Latães

This impressive series of insect macro photography portrait is by Paulo Latães. Through is photography, the aim of Paulo Latães is to show impressive detai

Macro photographs of bugs' eyes: Thomas Shahan goes eyeball-to-eyeball with insects - Telegraph

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18 Awesome Insects Eyes Closeup By Thomas Shehen

Blue stripes (© Ireneusz Irass Waledzik / Caters News)

Ireneusz Irass Waledzik, from Poland, uses macro photography to reveal the fascinating colours and shapes of tiny insects. He said: "I love macro photography, I spend a lot of time at it. The different shapes of insects' eyes fascinates me.

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Extreme Close-Ups: 16 Mind-Blowing Macro Nature Photos - WebEcoist

Insects – 27 photos macro fascinantes de Colin Hutton

Orchid Bee - Euglossa dilemma by Colin Hutton Photography

Tardigrada.

Meet tardigrades (commonly known as water bears or moss piglets), one of the most interesting species on the planet.

Have you ever seen a mosquito like this? Portrait of a mosquito, done with a special electronic microscope. (Credit to Steffen)

Have you ever seen a mosquito like this? Portrait of a mosquito, done with a special electronic microscope. (Credit to Steffen)

Macro photographs of bees - in pictures

Macro photographs of bees - in pictures

Plumose midge (Diptera, Chironomidae) - Midges are tiny insects related to the flies. The males have large, plumose antenna which they use to locate a female of the same species. These antenna are so delicate and sensitive that they can distinguish the air vibration of a female's wings from all other types of insects.

Bad Hair day - Plumose midge by nikolarahme

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a moth, showing one of its two large compound eyes (orange) and its long proboscis (coiled). Magnification: when printed wide. (This gives me the heebie jeebies!

Ceratitis capitata  by Nikola Rahme

Prelude here and here. Mediterranean fruit fly frontal view stack, now at magnification: bellows was set to between the sensor and the objective's thread. 182 single shots were stacked in Zerene Stacker. View the size!

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