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Scales of a butterfly wing underside, Vanessa atalanta (10x). Francis Sneyers, Brecht, Belgium
Sixty-five fossil Radiolarians (zooplankton)
carefully arranged by hand in Victorian style
(100x). Stefano Barone, Palazzo...
Head section of an orange
ladybird, Halyzia
sedecimguttata (10x). Geir
Drange, Asker, Norway
Karl Gaff, Dublin Institute of Technology, School of
Physics, Dublin, Ireland: Caption​Mullein flower
(Verbascum nigrum) –...
Cross-section through a multi-layered carbon-fiber
reinforced composite structure for defect analysis
(100x). Peter Pook, ...
Egg of a Gulf Fritillary butterfly, Agraulis vanilla (4x). David Millard, Austin, Texas, USA
Poison fangs of a centipede, Lithobius erythrocephalus (16x). Walter Piorkowski, South Beloit, Illinois, USA
Air bubbles formed from melted ascorbic acid crystals (50x). Marek Mis, Suwalki, Podlaskie, Poland
Ant pupae, Myrmica sp. (5x). Geir Drange, Asker, Norway
Douglas L Moore,
University of Wisconsin -
Stevens Point Museum
of Natural History,
Stevens Point,
Wisconsin, USA:
Polishe...
Caudal gill of a dragonfly larva (25x). Marek Mis, Suwalki, Podlaskie, Poland
Eyes of a jumping spider, Hasarius adansoni (9x). Yousef Al Habshi, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Analgesic compound (salicin) extracted
from Willow tree bark (50x). Dr. David
Maitland, Feltwell, United Kingdom
Jurinea mollis seed (5x). Viktor Sykora, Prague, Czech Republic
Cristales de cobre (5x). Honorio Cocera-La Parra, Valencia, España
Trompa mariposa (6,3x). Jochen Schroeder, Chiang Mai, Tailandia
Las hojas de una hepática (Cephalozia bicuspidata) planta (125x). Magdalena Turzańska, Wroclaw, Polonia
Sección de un escarabajo joya rojo moteado,
Chrysochroa buqueti rugicollis (19x). Yousef Al
Habshi, Abu Dabi, Emiratos Ára...
Frontonia mostrando ingerido alimentos, los cilios, la
boca y trichocysts (200x). Rogelio Moreno Gill,
Ciudad de Panamá, P...
Dr Alvaro Roura, Instituto de
Investigacións Mariñas,Ecology
and Marine Biodiversity, Vigo,
Spain: Viperfish (Chauliodus
s...
Marek Mis, Suwalki, Podlaskie, Poland: Leg of a water boatman (Corixidae) – Polarized Light, Darkfield, 25x
Ácaro agua Unionicola sp. (100x). Jacek Myslowski, Wloclawek, Polonia
Laurie Knight, Tonbridge, Kent, United
Kingdom: Black elder tree flower stamen
(Sambucus nigra) – Focus Stacking, 10x
Dr Csaba Pintér,
Keszthely, Zala, Hungary:
Goatsbeard flower
(Tragopogon orientalis)
seeds – Focus Stacking,
1.4x
David Millard, Austin, Texas, USA: Curvepod Fumewort (Corydalis curvisiliqua) seed – Image Stacking, 4.5x
Wildflower stamens. By Samuel Silberman
Dr Oscar Ruiz, the University of
Texas MD Anderson Cancer
Centre, Houston, Texas, USA:
Four-day-old zebrafish embryo
– Con...
Parts of wing-cover (elytron),
abdominal segments and hind leg
of a broad-shouldered leaf beetle
(Oreina cacaliae). By Pia...
Jose Almodovar, University of Puerto
Rico, Mayaguez Campus, Biology
Department, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico:
Slime mould (Mixomi...
Michael Crutchley, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom: Fungi on cow dung – Darkfield, 30x
Las patas falsas de una oruga
peluda agarrando una pequeña
rama (4x). James Dorey, Fairfield,
Queensland, Australia
Matt Inman, Cremorne, New South Wales,
Australia: Beta-alanine and taurine crystals –
Transmitted Polarized Light/Focus St...
Dr Igor Siwanowicz, Howard
Hughes Medical Institute
(HHMI), Janelia Research
Campus, Ashburn, Virginia,
USA: Front foot (t...
Culture of neurons
(stained green) derived
from human skin cells,
and Schwann cells, a
second type of brain
cell (stained ...
Ojos avispa. Jochen Schroeder, Chiang Mai, Tailandia
Mouse retinal ganglion cells.
By Dr. Keunyoung Kim
Testis of a fruit fly (Drosophila
pseudoobscura) stained for DNA and
pseudocolored for depth, showing the
stages of sperm ...
Espresso coffee crystals. By Vin Kitayama and Sanae Kitayama
Diclofenac crystals (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug). By Adolfo Ruiz De Segovia
END14-OCTUBRE-2016
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Nikon Small World 2016: Finalists

  1. 1. Scales of a butterfly wing underside, Vanessa atalanta (10x). Francis Sneyers, Brecht, Belgium
  2. Sixty-five fossil Radiolarians (zooplankton) carefully arranged by hand in Victorian style (100x). Stefano Barone, Palazzo Pignano, Italy
  3. Head section of an orange ladybird, Halyzia sedecimguttata (10x). Geir Drange, Asker, Norway
  4. Karl Gaff, Dublin Institute of Technology, School of Physics, Dublin, Ireland: Caption​Mullein flower (Verbascum nigrum) – Reflected Light, 5x
  5. Cross-section through a multi-layered carbon-fiber reinforced composite structure for defect analysis (100x). Peter Pook, Riverport, Nova Scotia, Canada
  6. Egg of a Gulf Fritillary butterfly, Agraulis vanilla (4x). David Millard, Austin, Texas, USA
  7. Poison fangs of a centipede, Lithobius erythrocephalus (16x). Walter Piorkowski, South Beloit, Illinois, USA
  8. Air bubbles formed from melted ascorbic acid crystals (50x). Marek Mis, Suwalki, Podlaskie, Poland
  9. Ant pupae, Myrmica sp. (5x). Geir Drange, Asker, Norway
  10. Douglas L Moore, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point Museum of Natural History, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, USA: Polished slab of Teepee Canyon agate – Stereomicroscopy, 90x
  11. Caudal gill of a dragonfly larva (25x). Marek Mis, Suwalki, Podlaskie, Poland
  12. Eyes of a jumping spider, Hasarius adansoni (9x). Yousef Al Habshi, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
  13. Analgesic compound (salicin) extracted from Willow tree bark (50x). Dr. David Maitland, Feltwell, United Kingdom
  14. Jurinea mollis seed (5x). Viktor Sykora, Prague, Czech Republic
  15. Cristales de cobre (5x). Honorio Cocera-La Parra, Valencia, España
  16. Trompa mariposa (6,3x). Jochen Schroeder, Chiang Mai, Tailandia
  17. Las hojas de una hepática (Cephalozia bicuspidata) planta (125x). Magdalena Turzańska, Wroclaw, Polonia
  18. Sección de un escarabajo joya rojo moteado, Chrysochroa buqueti rugicollis (19x). Yousef Al Habshi, Abu Dabi, Emiratos Árabes Unidos
  19. Frontonia mostrando ingerido alimentos, los cilios, la boca y trichocysts (200x). Rogelio Moreno Gill, Ciudad de Panamá, Panamá
  20. Dr Alvaro Roura, Instituto de Investigacións Mariñas,Ecology and Marine Biodiversity, Vigo, Spain: Viperfish (Chauliodus sloani) – Reflected Light/Darkfield, 20x
  21. Marek Mis, Suwalki, Podlaskie, Poland: Leg of a water boatman (Corixidae) – Polarized Light, Darkfield, 25x
  22. Ácaro agua Unionicola sp. (100x). Jacek Myslowski, Wloclawek, Polonia
  23. Laurie Knight, Tonbridge, Kent, United Kingdom: Black elder tree flower stamen (Sambucus nigra) – Focus Stacking, 10x
  24. Dr Csaba Pintér, Keszthely, Zala, Hungary: Goatsbeard flower (Tragopogon orientalis) seeds – Focus Stacking, 1.4x
  25. David Millard, Austin, Texas, USA: Curvepod Fumewort (Corydalis curvisiliqua) seed – Image Stacking, 4.5x
  26. Wildflower stamens. By Samuel Silberman
  27. Dr Oscar Ruiz, the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Centre, Houston, Texas, USA: Four-day-old zebrafish embryo – Confocal, 10x
  28. Parts of wing-cover (elytron), abdominal segments and hind leg of a broad-shouldered leaf beetle (Oreina cacaliae). By Pia Scanlon
  29. Jose Almodovar, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus, Biology Department, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico: Slime mould (Mixomicete) – Image Stacking/Reflected Light, 5x
  30. Michael Crutchley, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, United Kingdom: Fungi on cow dung – Darkfield, 30x
  31. Las patas falsas de una oruga peluda agarrando una pequeña rama (4x). James Dorey, Fairfield, Queensland, Australia
  32. Matt Inman, Cremorne, New South Wales, Australia: Beta-alanine and taurine crystals – Transmitted Polarized Light/Focus Stacking, 10x
  33. Dr Igor Siwanowicz, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), Janelia Research Campus, Ashburn, Virginia, USA: Front foot (tarsus) of a male diving beetle – Confocal, 100x
  34. Culture of neurons (stained green) derived from human skin cells, and Schwann cells, a second type of brain cell (stained red). By Rebecca Nutbrown
  35. Ojos avispa. Jochen Schroeder, Chiang Mai, Tailandia
  36. Mouse retinal ganglion cells. By Dr. Keunyoung Kim
  37. Testis of a fruit fly (Drosophila pseudoobscura) stained for DNA and pseudocolored for depth, showing the stages of sperm development. By Christopher Large
  38. Espresso coffee crystals. By Vin Kitayama and Sanae Kitayama
  39. Diclofenac crystals (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug). By Adolfo Ruiz De Segovia
  40. END14-OCTUBRE-2016
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