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New Fairy Insect Is Mind-Blowingly Small - Yahoo! News Tinkerbella nana is only about 250 nanometers long.

Areolar tissue ( notice copious amount of collagen and elastin fibers )

Areolar tissue ( notice copious amount of collagen and elastin fibers )

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A female fly (D. longirostrata) pulling the head off an injured lock-jaw ant (Odontomachus).<br />

Off with Their Heads! Tiny Flies Decapitate Ants for Dinner

A female fly (D. longirostrata) pulling the head off an injured lock-jaw ant (Odontomachus).

Credit: Robert Rock Belliveau, MD - This 2011 honorable mention photo is the skin of an immature cucumber, magnified 800 times. These structures are called "trichomes," and they act as little spears, protecting the young vegetable from plant-eaters. The lower part of the trichomes contains bitter, toxic chemicals that make herbivores go "ick!"

Gallery: Trippy Photos Reveal Beauty in Science

Skin of an immature cucumber, magnified 800 times. These "trichomes," and they act as little spears, protecting the young vegetable from plant-eaters.

The newly discovered moth M. tanaognatha. It is also known as a type of 'slug moth' so named because its lavae resembles a slug.

New species of yellow slug moth discovered in China

Jurassic Pain: Giant ‘Flea-Like’ Insects Plagued Dinosaurs 165 Million Years Ago

This ancient "flea-like" insect, Pseudopulex jurassicus, lived 165 million years ago. It used a long proboscis to feed on the blood of dinosaurs, with a bite that would have been unusually painful.

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FREE: Bohart Museum of Entomology has the seventh largest insect collection in North America.

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