• Fruit fly eggshell
  • Stink Bug eggs.
  • Extreme close-up of a human eye by Suren Manvelyan, a physics teacher from Yerevan, Armenia.
  • animal eyes
  • Butterfly egg - photographed from an ant-eye view, making the less-than-2-millimeter eggs look other-worldly. Using a scanning electron microscope, National Geographic and Prüftechnik Uri and School of Applied Sciences, FHNW, show us what the beginnings of life look like for bugs.
  • The eyes (anterior lateral and median) of a jumping spider photographed in reflected light by Walter Piorkowski. Marie Herberstein, a behavioral ecologist at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, is convinced that the spiders gain a sense of depth by comparing the clear and fuzzy images projected on the different layers of their complicated retinas.
  • Eyes and Nebulas
  • Red lacewing butterfly egg (Cethosia biblis)
  • geneticist:    Sperm production in the seminiferous tubules, the tails are blue and the heads are green. (source)
  • insect eggs electron microscope photography
  • Red lacewing butterfly egg
  • Wim van Egmond of the Micropolitan Museum in Rotterdam, Netherlands photographed a Leptodora kindtii (giant waterflea) eye from a living specimen using the differential interference contrast method. (Wim van Egmond)
  • Adonis Blue Butterfly Egg
  • Lobster Eggs
  • Human embryonic stem cells
  • “Eyes on You (III)” - Close up of a Green Tree Python.April of 2012.
  • Sperm tails tangled up in a seminiferous tubule.
  • Chameleon eye