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Shark skin viewed under an electron microscope. The scale like formations are called dermal denticles and share an evolutionary origin with vertebrate teeth.

wrinkle wavelength amplitude - Google 검색

wrinkle wavelength amplitude - Google 검색

The photo of the underside of a single scale on a butterfly wing, at the point where it attaches to a matrix of precisely angled sockets forming the scaffolding of the wings themselves.  This scale is about 60 microns wide, so the spines running along its length would be a little over 1 micron apart.

The photo of the underside of a single scale on a butterfly wing. This scale is about 60 microns wide

The wings of a butterfly magnified at 200x by Charles Krebs / Butterfly wing scales - Panacea prola (www.photomacrography.net)

The wings of a butterfly magnified at by Charles Krebs / Butterfly Wing Scales - Panacea prola

Diatom. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the surface of the mineralised cell wall (frustule) of an unidentified diatom

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the surface of the mineralised cell wall (frustule) of an unidentified diatom from Science Photo Library.

Snowflake under electron microscope

Low-temperature scanning electron microscope magnification series for a snow crystal. The crystals are captured, stored, and sputter-coated with platinum at cryogenic temperatures for imaging;

microscopic sharp line - Google 검색

I belatedly learned about diatoms over a year ago, but it wasn't until just the other week that I learned about radiolarians.