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God, Nature, Ladybugs, Dew Drops, Morning Dew, Dewdrop, Water Drop
Ladybug, cloaked in dew. Beautiful. I've got to learn how to photograph a nature dewdrop!
Morning Dew drops of water on the black dotted red Ladybug & her yellow Flower bud
God...you have created wonders indeed! A ladybug covered in dew drops!!
Nature is absolutely amazing!! ladybug covered in dew drops
Ladybug covered in dew, looks like a jewel...poor lady bug
ladybug covered in dew drops.....just amazing God
ladybug covered in dew drops: God's handiwork
It's a ladybug covered in water drops
Ladybug Covered in Morning Dew
Vitis vinifera. Nikon MicroscopyU | Small World Competition | 2005
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Nikon MicroscopyU's "Small World Competition" 2005, 10th prize: Vitis vinifera (grape); darkfield (10x)
Vitis vinifera (grape) - darkfield
Pollen on a miner bee.
Honey Bee Photography, Bugs And Insects Photos, Beautiful Bugs, Animals Insects, Macro Photography Insects, Bee Covered, Honey Bees
Pollen on a miner bee. Miner bees (or chimney bees) are one of many familiar black and yellow summertime bees often mistaken for bumble bees. They are garden pollinators and serve an increasingly important role as honey bee populations decline.
Miner Bee covered with pollen - exquisite delicate beauty of nature. More beautifully adorned than any human covered with diamonds. #bees
A queen bumble bee does a dance when she is colecting pollen for her nest. She holds the stemen of the flower with her mouth and buzzes to remove as much pollen as posible.
Miner Bee covered with pollen - exquisite delicate beauty of nature.
MINER BEE as a “Pollen Vector” - by requestFamilies Andrenidae & Anthophoridae©Alliec2007 Pollen vectors are animals, usually insects, that transport pollen of plants when using the flowers for feeding, breeding or hiding. The pollen is found adhered to insect’s body parts such as face, legs and mouth parts or to mammal’s hairs, resulting or helping in the pollination of many plant species. An example are wasps, which can transport pollen and contribute for the pollination of several plant species, being potential or even efficient pollinators. This is an unusually good shot of pollen grains adhering to a miner bee. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pollination Other posts: American Honeybee Pollen covered wasp Saving our bees
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Miner bee covered in pollen by Alliec2007
A bumble bee covered in pollen:)
House dust. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a sample of dust from a kitchen. This sample contains: a sugar crystal (upper right), the wing of an insect (lower left), cotton fibres (blue), flour (beige), starch grains (white), and other particles of plant origin. Magnification: x70 when printed 10 centimetres wide.
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House dust. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a sample of dust from a kitchen. This sample contains: a sugar crystal (upper right), the wing of an insect (lower left), cotton fibres (blue), flour (beige), starch grains (white), and other particles of plant origin. Magnification: x70 when printed 10 centimetres wide. - fascinating and disgusting
microscopic mushroom spores