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Boll weevil (Anthonomus grandis), SEM and LM composite

Scanning electron microscope composite image of the head of a boll weevil (Anthonomus grandis) found on the front porch of a suburban house.

Uh hey hey boll weevil - where's your native home? - Way down in bottom, muggy cotton and corn.

Uh hey hey boll weevil - where's your native home? - Way down in bottom, muggy cotton and corn.

Ten tiny but terrifying micro-monsters | Cosmos

Micro-monsters, up close and personal

Forget about the bogeyman in the cupboard or the monster under the bed. These creepy crawlies really might be in your house (or nearby, at least), so enjoy these coloured scanning electron micrograph portraits . if you dare.

dust mites

Coloured scanning electron micrograph of a house dust mite (Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus). Millions of dust mites inhabit the home, feeding on shed skin cells.

Nereis sandersi, deep sea worm living in hydrothermal vent

Nereis sandersi, deep sea worm living in hydrothermal vent - looks like a cool little Halloween monster!

Bildergebnis für oliver meckes

Bildergebnis für oliver meckes

Photograph by Rebeka Rhoton. Microscopic photograph of insect might be a little too close for comfort. The disturbing close-ups of insect eyes.

Nikon 2012 Small World Photomicrography Competition Harold Taylor Kensworth, Dunstable, United Kingdom House spider

Coffeenuts

A fascinating micro picture of a so called simple Ensign Wasp. Enlarge to see the DETAILS of the look blue & green colors in a bug's eye - TINY MIRACLES!

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