"We are glorious accidents of an unpredictable process with no drive to complexity, not the expected results of evolutionary principles that yearn to produce a creature capable of understanding the mode of its own necessary construction."
--Stephen Jay Gould

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Microscope Photographs

Microscope Videos


Diptera on the wall.

Glorious Accidents of an Unpredictable Process

I’m going to be a Mantidae Mama!


My mother took these photos from her front window.

(Source: thedailybonebychester.blogspot.com)


Philopotamidae!

Philopotamidae!


A view of a Plecoptera larva through the microscope.


Spot the invertebrate!

Spot the invertebrate!


I spotted some Necrophila americana feeding on a deer carcass today at Quinn Oak Openings in Rush, New York.


amiepsychique:

aye aye

amiepsychique:

aye aye


mucholderthen:

SCIENTIFIC ILLUSTRATIONClass Gastropoda of phylum Mollusca [within the invertebrate animals]by Rachel Banvivirie
Snail Anatomy

mucholderthen:

SCIENTIFIC ILLUSTRATION
Class Gastropoda of phylum Mollusca [within the invertebrate animals]
by Rachel Banvivirie

Snail Anatomy


The Crane Flies of Pennsylvania

A fantastic resource for Tipulidae information and photos!


malformalady:

Lesser Batwing (Atrophaneura aidoneus) is a member of the family papilionidae from Australasia. Atrophaneura aidoneus is black and has a wingspan of about 9–12 cm. The body has a red haircoat and females are dark-brown or black. The veins are bordered by white or yellow colour.
Photo credit: © Peter Smetacek

malformalady:

Lesser Batwing (Atrophaneura aidoneus) is a member of the family papilionidae from Australasia. Atrophaneura aidoneus is black and has a wingspan of about 9–12 cm. The body has a red haircoat and females are dark-brown or black. The veins are bordered by white or yellow colour.


Photo credit: © Peter Smetacek


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