Nov 22, 2008

An incredible light microscopic images

Pictured above are some of this year's entries in the light micro photography contest held by Olympus.the beauty of the natural world.

incredible light microscopic images

incredible light microscopic images

incredible light microscopic images

incredible light microscopic images


The top image is a "fairy fly" wasp that is only 1/25th the size of an ant. Below that is a bladderwort, which looks to me like it is ingesting a ??mosquito larva? Below that is Triochodina pediculus (a freshwater protist), and on the bottom seeds of Aurinia (of the familiar alyssum family that we have by our front porch).

1 comments:

Josie on 6:16 AM said...

this is interesting and nice

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