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    Insect Eggs - Photo Gallery - National Geographic Magazine

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    Owl butterfly egg (Caligo memnon) - At the center is a minute opening, called a micropyle, through which the sperm enters the egg. Engineered for survival, insect eggs hang on and hatch wherever their parents deposit them. Colorized SEM images from a gallery at National Geographic by Martin Oeggerli at the Prüftechnik Uri and School of Applied Sciences,

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    Owl Butterfly eggs. The images were made with a scanning electron microscope, which uses beams of electrons to trace the surfaces of objects. The resulting black-and-white images were then colored to reflect the eggs’ natural appearance.

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    OWL BUTTERFLY EGG - Scientific Microscopy, Genus Caligo ©Martin Oeggerli Photography. The mosaic pattern on an owl butterfly egg looks like a landing pad. At the center is a minute opening, called a micropyle, through which the sperm enters the egg.

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    close up of an owl butterfly egg

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