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    Nature Stuff: Eye of a honeybee (Apis mellifera) 40X. Ralph Grimm, Jimboomba, Queensland, Australia

    • Valerie Allen

      Gods art. Eye of a Honeybee, 40x by Ralph Grimm, 2008 Olympus Bioscapes Photo Competition #Honeybee _Eye #Ralph_Grimm #Olympus _Bioscapes

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      a new view & appreciation for a honeybee's sensitivity... Eye of a Honeybee, 40x by Ralph Grimm, 2008 Olympus Bioscapes Photo Competition #Honeybee _Eye #Ralph_Grimm #Olympus _Bioscapes

    • Daisy Brambletoes

      Eye of a Honeybee. Think she has enough long, golden eyelashes? Come to think of it, look close and see that she has a lot of eyes, too.----- 40x by Ralph Grimm, 2008 Olympus Bioscapes Photo Competition #Honeybee _Eye #Ralph_Grimm #Olympus _Bioscapes

    • Debbie Mathews

      Photo courtesy of R. Grimm - Close up of a honey bee's eye

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