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Forget about the bogeyman in the cupboard or the monster under the bed. These creepy crawlies really might be in your house (or nearby, at least), so enjoy these coloured scanning electron micrograph portraits ... if you dare.
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Ten tiny but terrifying micro-monsters

Forget about the bogeyman in the cupboard or the monster under the bed. These creepy crawlies really might be in your house (or nearby, at least), so enjoy these coloured scanning electron micrograph portraits ... if you dare.

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A diving beetle larva and a phantom midge larva.

Micro photo of tiny mite

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bacteriophage via electron microscope — Creeeepy, cool My husband freaked out when i showed him this pic of a virus!

bacteriophage is a virus which infects bacteria. In particular, the bacteriophage is a virus which infects E.Coli, a bacteria that has been used extensively for molecular biology research. The bacteriophage exemplifies the life cycle of viruses.

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Scanning Electron Microscope - head of a maggot - ugh!
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Introducing the maggot, or the larva of a bluebottle fly (Protophormia sp. Maggots are used medicinally to clean wounds because they eat only dead tissue. Image: Eye of Science / SPL / Barcroft Media

The Telegraph has posted a series of coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) photographs of insects including the image of a maggot above with protruding eyes and fangs. I always thought maggot…

Microscope Insect Photography - Steve Gschmeissner Gets up Close and Personal with the Bug World (GALLERY)

A maggot’s face under an electron microscope. These pictures are so creepy!

Scanning Electron Microscope - head of a maggot - ugh!

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I think this thing will now haunt my dreams at night. Diptera Atherix ibis larva = baby fly

mucholderthen: “ THE DEMON LORD OF FLY LARVAE Atherix ibis fly - aquatic larva Technique: Stereomicroscopy Fabrice Parais Cedex, France No, this is not a fly larva standing on its hind legs,.

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Bdelloidea are microscopic aquatic animals that are related to roundworms, found in freshwater and moist soil. Interestingly, a male has never been observed within the species; females reproduce exclusively by parthenogenesis (without fertilization).

Hookworm. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of the parasitic nematode worm Ancylostoma ceylanicum. Hookworms live in the intestines of their host. The head contains several tooth-like structures which it uses to cling to the intestinal wall. They are responsible for widespread morbidity and mortality in animals primarily due to their blood-sucking activities in the intestine. Larvae enter the bloodstream by ingestion or by skin penetration. Magnification: x200 when…

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of the parasitic nematode worm Ancylostoma ceylanicum. Hookworms live in the intestines of their host.

This Halloween, forget about the bogeyman in the cupboard or the monster under the bed. These creepy crawlies really might be in your house (or nearby, at least), so enjoy these coloured scanning electron micrograph portraits ... if you dare.

Micro-monsters, up close and personal

This Halloween, forget about the bogeyman in the cupboard or the monster under the bed. These creepy crawlies really might be in your house (or nearby, at least), so enjoy these coloured scanning electron micrograph portraits . if you dare.

Tardigrade. pour réaliser leurs images, les animateurs ne se sont pas inspirés d'images acquises avec un simple microscope optique mais avec un microscope électronique à balayage. Ce genre de microscope fournit de belles images en relief mais nécessite que l'échantillon soit fixe et recouvert d'une pellicule de métal (peu propice pour gambader ensuite, donc). Et à la fin on obtient de belles images en nuances de gris, ces images peuvent ensuite être artificiellement colorisées, comme ici:

A macro photo of a waterbear on moss. Tardigrades, commonly known as waterbears or moss piglets, are water-dwelling, segmented creatures with eight legs and measuring just in length.

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A monster? An alien? Nope, this is a macroscopic image of a Polychaete, or bristle worm. They can survive intense sea pressures and some live around deep sea vents, miles below the surface. Life can live in the most peculiar places.

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So Long (Squid) Sucker!Electron micrograph image of squid suckers! It's an array of suckers found on the tentacles of a long-finned squid. Each sucker has a width a little smaller than the width of a human hair. Photo by

Zoologie - Wissenschaftliche Fotografie - Raster-Elektronenmikroskopie von Käfern, Milben, Schmetterlingen, Einzellern, uvm

Small animals seen in the Scanning Electron Microscope - scientific photography

SEM of Pthirus pubis (pubic lice) Looks like an alien in one of those invasion movies. LOL

Body lice look very similar to head lice, but they live primarily in clothing & only visit the host for blood meals (what a mooch). Pubic lice look like tiny white crabs in pubic and coarse body hair.

Micro Monsters: scanning electron microscope images of insects, spiders and   creepy crawlies.

Micro Monsters: scanning electron microscope images of insects, spiders and creepy crawlies

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