Nikon Small World  Photography Competition 2018

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1st Place: Eye of a  Metapocyrtus subquadrulifer   beetle . Yousef Al Habshi Nikon Small World   Photography Competition 2018

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Nikon Small World   Photography Competition 2018

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2nd Place: Fern sorus (structures producing and containing spores) Rogelio Moreno Gill

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3rd Place: Spittlebug nymph in its bubble house. Saulius Gugis

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4th Place: Peacock   feather   section . Can Tunçer

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5th Place: Parasteatoda tepidariorum   ( spiderembryo ) stained for embryo surface ( pink ), nuclei ( blue ) and  microtubules  ( green ). Dr. Tessa Montague

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6th Place: Primate foveola (central region of the retina. Hanen Khabou

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7th Place: Human tear drop . Norm Barker

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8th Place: Portrait of  Sternochetus mangiferae   (mango seed weevil ). Pia Scanlon

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9th Place:Security hologram . Dr. Haris Antonopoulos

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10th Place: Stalks with pollen grains . Dr. Csaba Pintér

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11th Place: Human fibroblast undergoing cell division, showing  actin (gray), myosin II (green) and DNA (magenta). Nilay TanejaDr . Dylan Burnette

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12th Place: Urania ripheus  (butterfly) wing scales. Luciano Andres Richino

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13th Place: Balanus glandula   ( acorn barnacle ). Charles B. Krebs

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14th Place: African green monkey cell (COS-7) stained for  actin  and microtubules. Andrew Moore Dr. Erika Holzbaur

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15th Place: Varroa destructor  (mite) on the back of  Apis mellifera   (honeybee). Antoine Franck

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16th Place: Mouse oviduct vasculature . Dr. Amanda D. Phillips Yzaguirre

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17th Place: Breast tissue in lactation: Milk filled spheres (red) surrounded by tiny muscle cells that squeeze out milk (yellow) and immune cells that monitor for infection (blue) . Caleb Dawson

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18th Place: Amino acid crystals (L- glutamine and beta- alanine ). Justin Zoll

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19th Place: Vespa velutina   (Asian hornet) with venom on its stinger. Pierre Anquet

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20th Place: Human  retina. Dr. Nicolás Cuenca ,Isabel Ortuño- Lizarán

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Honorable Mention

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Daphnia  (water flea) with eggs. Anne Algar

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Polytrochus larva of a pelagic gymnosome pteropod with externalized cup- shaped mouthparts used for feeding ( actin  in red;  nuclei  in grayscale ; and serotonin -positive elements in green ). Dr. Michael J. Boyle

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Emmonsite ( iron tellurite  mineral). Dr. Emilio Carabajal Márquez

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Penicillium vulpinum   ( mold ). Tracy Debenport

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Shell of a  Litchi chinensis   ( lychee ). Sergii Dymchenko

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Charaxes   sp. (emperor butterfly) wing. Charles B. Krebs

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Pinus heldreichii   (Bosnian pine tree) cross section. Anatoly Mikhaltsov

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Mosses . Jacek Myslowski

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Bubbles and single cloth fiber (red) on a rock surface. Walter A. Piorkowski

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Chameleon embryo  . Teresa Zgoda

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Some Images of Distinction

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Freshwater snail   eggs . Arturo Agostino

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Bryum hornum  (moss) antheridia (sex organ) and paraphyses (support structures). Magdalena Turzańska

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Phantom midge  larva. Anne Algar

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Mite on an antenna of a May bug. Emre Can Alagöz

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Male   wasp   from Fiji . James Dorey

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Hibiscus   flower . Frank Fox

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The hair on the footpad of the beetle,  Pachyrhynchus sarcitis . Lu- Yi Wang Dr. Hamed Rajabi

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Simple compound flower in bloom. James Dorey

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Wildflower  (top view ). Dr. Havi Sarfaty

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A flower bud before opening. Dr. Havi Sarfaty

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Early development phase of  Salix phylicifolia  (tea-leaved willow) stamen. Henri Koskinen

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Vascular bundle of  Pinus heldreichii  ( Bosnian pine tree ) leaf . Anatoly Mikhaltsov

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Cerebellum showing Purkinje cells (red), nuclei (blue) and tau (green). Gabriel Luna,Dr. Israel Hernandez, Dr. Kenneth S. Kosik

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Dandelion   pollen . Dr. Tagide deCarvalho

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Algae cells within  Xenia  sp. - pulsing coral (coral). Alexandra Tsitrina,Elena Voronezhskaya

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Inner ear neurons of a mouse. Dr. Stephen Freeman , Dr. Laurence Delacroix

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END 24-OCTUBRE-2018 Sound: Kitaro -The Bottom Of The Sky

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