Science Image Library: Animal Photos
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1. Eastern tiger swallowtail (Papilio glaucus) on coneflower
(Echinacea purpurea); 2. Two cicada exoskeletons, southwest Michigan; 3. Eastern firefly (Photinus pyralis), southwest Michigan; 4. Boisduval scale insect on orchid.; 5. Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) temporary swarm.
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1. Bat house with Batman signal; 2. Female Bulldog (Canis lupus familiaris) Miss Betty Sparkle; 3. Koi, decorative, domesticated common carp (Cyprinus carpio).; 4. Male goldfinch (Carduelis tristis); 5. American Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes).
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1.Deer tick, Ixoides sp. @ 40xTM; 2. Human body louse, female @40xTM; 3. Taenia sp. scolex @40xTM;
4. Trichinella spiralis in muscle @100xTM; 5. Obelia @40xTM
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Various stages of metamorphosis in American Bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana) : 1. Bullfrog tadpole face with "whiskers" around mouth : 1. Bullfrog tadpole face with "whiskers" around moutharious stages of metamorphosis in American Bullfrog (Rana : 1. Bullfrog tadpole face with "whiskers" around mouth; 2. Two bullfrogs at different stages of metamorphosis; 3. Bullfrog near end of metamorphosis, reabsorbing tail; 4 & 5. Bullfrog after completing metamorphosis from tadpole. Go to more American Bullfrog Images. The SPO Science Image Library is a continuously growing collection of copyright- free science photographs. If you use one of our free, low-res images, we just ask that you give us credit and provide a link to the SPO website (scienceprofonline.com).
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