by Dr. Jan Michels, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Kiel, Germany. Ant head, frontal view (10X)
This microscopic photograph of the foot of a ladybug, or a Coccinellidae in scientific language, was taken at a 20x microscopic zoom and was colored fluorescently for a beautiful effect. The ladybug is a common beatle that usually has scarlet, orange or yellow wing covers with black dots on them. The image magnifies the leg of the ladybug to between understand how these tiny creatures are able to grasp on to things so tightly. Image by: Jan Michels
by Dr. Jan Michels, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Kiel, Germany. Temora longicornis (marine copepod), ventral view (10X),
Dr. Jan Michels Institute of Zoology Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel Kiel, Germany Specimen: Pretarsus of the third leg of a female drone fly (Eristalis tenax), ventral view Technique: Confocal, autofluorescence, 20x
Dr. Jan Michels Christian Albrecht University of Kiel, Institute of Zoology Kiel, Germany Specimen: Adhesive pad of the first leg of a beetle (Clytus sp.) Technique: Autofluorescence
Dr. Jan Michels Christian-Albrechts-University, Institute of Zoology Kiel, Germany Specimen: Daphnia pulex (Water Flea) Technique: Confocal laser scanning microscopy
#Macro Photography, Bubbles by Timothy Owens..
You may think that these were small pieces of art...nope just bacteria in petri dishes.
Telepath by Orr Gidon
Mini bonsai trees. I NEED THIS! Well actually let's be real, I don't have a green thumb so I'd probably kill it and be sad