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Bioluminescent jellyfish

Edith Widder: Incredible Photos of Bioluminescent Sea Creatures

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The Katydid, by Steve Passlow What a beautiful photograph. I'm so glad Steve Passlow shared this shot.

A dog-chewing louse (Heterodoxus spiniger). Female lice attach their eggs (nits) to the hairs of the host dog. The eggs hatch and larval lice, called nymphs, bite and feed on blood. Lice can also feed on dead skin and hair. This feeding activity affects the dog by causing hair loss, reduced skin integrity and itching. Further, the dog's appetite and its own efficiency in feeding are affected

A dog-chewing louse (Heterodoxus spiniger). Female lice attach their eggs (nits) to the hairs of the host dog. The eggs hatch and larval lice, called nymphs, bite and feed on blood. Lice can also feed on dead skin and hair. This feeding activity affects the dog by causing hair loss, reduced skin integrity and itching. Further, the dog's appetite and its own efficiency in feeding are affected

lightening bug- remember trying to catch them as a kid and put in a jar!

Firefly, Detroit, Michigan The only thing I miss about living in the South - the beautiful sight of fireflies (They were wiped out in Urban areas in the by the mosquito abatement DDT applications - we had to drive out of town to see them)

cyanobacteria

science-junkie: “ BILLIONS of years ago, a tiny cyanobacterium cracked open a water molecule - and let loose a poison that wrought death and destruction on an epic scale. The microbe had just.

the head of a cuckoo wasp by Daniel Kariko. Common names also include jewel wasp, gold wasp or emerald wasp, reflecting their brilliantly coloured, metal-like bodies

When science and beauty collide: Dazzling photographs reveal the often hidden wonders of our world - and prove that research needn't be dull

Extreme close-up view of the head of a cuckoo wasp by Daniel Kariko. Common names also include jewel wasp, gold wasp or emerald wasp, reflecting their brilliantly colored, metal-like bodies

Pilidium larva of the nemertean Cerebratulus sp.  Labelled with phalloidin (green: actin) and DAPI (blue: nuclei).

Pilidium larva of the nemertean Cerebratulus sp. Labelled with phalloidin (green: actin) and DAPI (blue: nuclei).

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