The eye of a fly.
A closeup of the bloom on an AZ cactus.
The spray nozzles of the Bombardier Beetle from which the explosively
hot spray is directed.
Moss sporophyte peristomes.
The unprocessed top surface of a liverwort plant (Marcantia).
A TEM picture of the cross section on the egg
wall of the CA grunion – a world first.
The surface hairs of the Devil’s claw growing at VACRC.
These were unprocessed specimens shot on a new Hitachi “variable
A light micrograph of a thin section through
a lichen thallus.
A light micrograph of AZ freshwater diatoms with
brilliant natural color.
Micrographs of various diatoms.
A light micrograph of the vertical horns or sporophytes of
a local CA hornwort.
Light micrographs of thin sections through the light emitting
tissues of the firefly Photinus.
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