December 17, 2012 |
ALGAE in the genus Scagelia with reproductive tetraspores and golden diatoms.
of a live mushroom coral in the genus Fungia.
PROTOZOANS in the Vorticella genus.
SCALES on the wing of a Panacea prola butterfly.
TONGUE of the terrestrial snail Pomatias elegans.
DIATOM in the genus Corethron from the Amundsen Sea in Antarctica.
ANT on its deathbed—a carnivorous plant known as a sundew.
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