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Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Human cell

Human cell
Illustration of a highly magnified section through a human cell. Page 8 from Human Biology, 1977

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Tunga penetrans, chigoe flea

Tunga penetrans, chigoe flea
This species of flea is commonly known as a jigger, chigoe or sand-flea

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Crysotile asbestos

Crysotile asbestos
Scanning electron micrograph of 5-Fold symmetry in crysotile asbestos. Magnification on the 5 x4 transparency = X 600, 000

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Gyrodactylus, aquatic parasite

Gyrodactylus, aquatic parasite
Scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of a monogenean, Gyrodactylus, a small leech-like parasite on the skin of a salmon (x 600)

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Moth egg

Moth egg
Scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of a moth egg (x 90). The caterpillar emerges by chewing through the shell

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Sarcoptes scabiei, scabies mite

Sarcoptes scabiei, scabies mite
Scanning electron microscope image of an itch or scabies mite, a parasite that infests a wide variety of mammalian hosts including man

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Papilio machaon, old world swallowtail

Papilio machaon, old world swallowtail
SEM image of a Papilio machaon wing

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Malachite

Malachite

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Malachite

Malachite comprises of (copper carbonate hydroxide). Malachite has distinctive green banding and belongs to the carbonate class

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Malachite

Malachite comprises of (copper carbonate hydroxide). Malachite has distinctive green banding and belongs to the carbonate class

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Malachite

Malachite comprises of (copper carbonate hydroxide). Malachite has distinctive green banding and belongs to the carbonate class

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Papilio machaon, old world swallowtail

Papilio machaon, old world swallowtail
SEM image of Papilio machaon wing

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Papilio palinurus, emerald swallowtail

Papilio palinurus, emerald swallowtail
SEM image of an emerald swallowtails wing

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Malachite

Malachite comprises of (copper carbonate hydroxide). Malachite has distinctive green banding and belongs to the carbonate class

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Papilio palinurus, emerald swallowtail

Papilio palinurus, emerald swallowtail
SEM image of an emerald swallowtails wing

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Malachite

Malachite comprises of (copper carbonate hydroxide). Malachite has distinctive green banding and belongs to the carbonate class

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Malachite

Malachite comprises of (copper carbonate hydroxide). Malachite has distinctive green banding and belongs to the carbonate class

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Malachite

Malachite comprises of (copper carbonate hydroxide). Malachite has distinctive green banding and belongs to the carbonate class

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Papilio palinurus, emerald swallowtail

Papilio palinurus, emerald swallowtail
SEM image of an emerald swallowtail wing

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Solanum sp. tomato

Solanum sp. tomato
A scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of a tomato (Solanum sp.), artificially coloured by computer

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Solanum sp. tomato

Solanum sp. tomato
A scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of a tomato (Solanum sp.), artificially coloured by computer

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Hystrichopsylla talpae talpae, mole flea

Hystrichopsylla talpae talpae, mole flea
A macro photograph of the largest flea in the UK, the mole flea (Hystrichopsylla talpae talpae), which is common on small mammals throughout the UK

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Table salt

Table salt
A scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of table salt, artificially coloured by computer

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Oats

Oats
A scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of oats, artificially coloured by computer

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Fragaria sp. strawberry

Fragaria sp. strawberry
A scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of a strawberry (Fragaria sp.), artificially coloured by computer

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Solanum sp. tomato

Solanum sp. tomato

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Hystrichopsylla talpae talpae, mole flea

Hystrichopsylla talpae talpae, mole flea
A macro photograph of the largest flea in the UK, the mole flea (Hystrichopsylla talpae talpae), which is common on small mammals throughout the UK

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Hystrichopsylla talpae talpae, mole flea

Hystrichopsylla talpae talpae, mole flea
A macro photograph of the largest flea in the UK, the mole flea (Hystrichopsylla talpae talpae), which is common on small mammals throughout the UK

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Solanum sp. tomato

Solanum sp. tomato
A scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of a tomato (Solanum sp.), artificially coloured by computer

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Coccoliths

Coccoliths
Scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of coccoliths, these are the limestone scales surrounding the marine phytoplankton coccolithophores

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Butterfly wing scale (part)

Butterfly wing scale (part)

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: SEM of echinoderm steroem

SEM of echinoderm steroem
A SEM of an example of stereom of an echinoderm (phylum which consists of 5 classes including starfish). Stereom is the structure formed by the fine networks of calcium carbonate which constitute

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Aphis fabae, black bean aphid

Aphis fabae, black bean aphid
Scanning electron microscope image showing a frontal view of a black bean aphid on leaf (x100). Aphids or plant lice are small, plant-sucking insects

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Calliphora vicina, blowfly or blue bottle

Calliphora vicina, blowfly or blue bottle
Scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of a blowflys wing

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Dermanyssus gallinae, red or poultry mite

Dermanyssus gallinae, red or poultry mite
Scanning electron microscope image of the red or poutry mite. Adults appear red when engorged with blood, but otherwise are black, grey or white. Females are about 1mm long

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Phthiracarus sp. box mite or armadillo mite

Phthiracarus sp. box mite or armadillo mite
Scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of a box mite, showing how the body has fused into one single segment

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Dermatophagoides sp. dust mite

Dermatophagoides sp. dust mite
Scanning electron microscope image of a dust mite. Dust mites are secondary to pollen as a cause for allergies and they live in bedding, soft furniture and carpets

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Fagus sylvatica, European beech pollen

Fagus sylvatica, European beech pollen
Scanning electron microscope picture (X1500) showing a pollen grain as seen from the side. The image shows one of the three laterally-placed aperture furrows with a small pore in the centre

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Foraminifer

Foraminifer
Scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of a foraminifer - a single celled organism

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Calyptrolithophora papillifera, holococcolith

Calyptrolithophora papillifera, holococcolith
An SEM of a holococcolith, a nano-fossil, with flat top

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Lasius niger, black garden ant

Lasius niger, black garden ant
Scanning electron microscope (SEM) of a black ant leg. Widespread and common in a range of habitats but perhaps most familiar in gardens where nests are formed under paving stones and brickwork

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Calliphora vicina, blowfly or bluebottle

Calliphora vicina, blowfly or bluebottle
Scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of a blowfly proboscis (x 85). This specialised mouth-part is used to squirt digestive enzymes onto the food

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Papilio machaon, old world swallowtail

Papilio machaon, old world swallowtail
SEM image of the wing of Papilio machaon

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Hystrichopsylla talpae talpae, mole flea

Hystrichopsylla talpae talpae, mole flea
A macro photograph of the largest flea in the UK, the mole flea (Hystrichopsylla talpae talpae), which is common on small mammals throughout the UK

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Coccoliths magnified a thousand times

Coccoliths magnified a thousand times
An illustration of Coccoliths magnified a thousand times. Coccoliths are micro-fossils and feature heavily in the composition of chalk

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Polyommatus icarus, common blue

Polyommatus icarus, common blue
Photograph of a mounted specimen of the common blue, highly magnified scales from the hindwing underside of the female butterfly

Background imageMicro Photography Collection: Eye of a fly

Eye of a fly
Page 201. From Micrographia or some Physiological description of minute bodies made by magnifying glasses, 1665 by Robert Hooke


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