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Larval arthropod stages. Clockwise from top left: two shrimp, two fiddler crabs, two sea spiders, and a decapod.

Slide Show: The Drifting World of Plankton

Larval arthropod stages. Clockwise from top left: two shrimp, two fiddler crabs, two sea spiders, and a decapod.

The micro-CT provides a detailed view of the male centipede's gonopods (red and yellow) body parts used in reproduction. Millipedes often have distinct gonopods, allowing researchers to identify newfound species by looking at the gonopods' unique structures.

The micro-CT provides a detailed view of the male centipede's gonopods (red and yellow) body parts used in reproduction. Millipedes often have distinct gonopods, allowing researchers to identify newfound species by looking at the gonopods' unique structures.

Micro: This freshwater Hydra predator is just 1cm and barely visible to the naked eye

I'm ready for my VERY close-up: Biology student's magical microscopic artwork reveals life invisible to human eye

Micro: This freshwater Hydra predator is just 1cm and barely visible to the naked eye

this is cute...but winning the Hunger Games isn't always about being the fittest. just sayin'.

Hipster Darwin

this is cute...but winning the Hunger Games isn't always about being the fittest. just sayin'.

A shrimp larva

Slide Show: The Drifting World of Plankton

Rob Kesseler, Scabiosa crenata, a hand-coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). (Photo: Collection of Rob Kesseler/ Courtesy Plant: Exploring the Botanical World, Phaidon 2016)

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Rob Kesseler, Scabiosa crenata, a hand-coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). (Photo: Collection of Rob Kesseler/ Courtesy Plant: Exploring the Botanical World, Phaidon 2016)

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