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All five photos of Eastern tiger swallowtail (Papilio glaucus) on coneflower (Echinacea purpurea).
1 & 2. Two cicada exoskeletons, southwest Michigan; 3. Eastern firefly (Photinus pyralis), southwest Michigan; 4. Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) temporary swarm; 5. Human body louse, female @ 40xTM
1 - 3. Hard scale insects on Phalaenopsis orchid; 4 & 5. Boisduval scale insect on Phalaenopsis orchid.
Butterfly Photos (Click on image to enlarge.)
Scale Insect Photos (Click on image to enlarge.)
Other Insect Photos (Click on image to enlarge.)
Other Invertebrate Photos (Click on image to enlarge.)
Protozoa Photos (Click on image to enlarge.)
1. Euglena @400xTM; 2. Formanifera @100xTM; 3. Protozoans @100xTM; 4. Trypanisoma, cause of African sleeping sickness @400xTM
1. Deer tick Ixoides @40xTM; 2. Hydra @40xTM; 3. Obelia @40xTM; 4. Trichinella spirallis in muscle tissue @ 100xTM;l 5. Tunicate larvae, closely related to vertebrates @100xTM
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We are keeping Dugesia! These cute, cross-eyed "immortal worms" have an almost limitless ability to regenerate. Even a small piece of one can grow onto a new worm!
to meet our flatworms!
1, 2 & 3. Dugesia flatworms. Not crossed eye-spots in first two photos; 4. Planarian flatworm winter eggs of Dugesia. Viewed with dissecting microscope; 5. Full flatworm on right. Fragmented head, without body, on left.
Planarian Flatworm Dugesia Photos (Click on image to enlarge. Click here for more.)