Microscopic Photography International Competition 2011
This magnified image of a green lacewing larva won first place. (Photo courtesy of Nikon Small World / Dr. Igor Siwanowicz / Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology)


Fluorescence in liverwort. (Photo courtesy of Nikon Small World / Dr. Robin Young / The University of British Columbia)

Blade of grass magnified 200 times. (Photo courtesy of Nikon Small World / Dr. Donna Stolz / University of Pittsburgh)

The surface of a microchip. (Photo courtesy of Nikon Small World / Alfred Pasieka)

Layer of a mouse nerve. (Photo courtesy of Nikon Small World / Gabriel Luna / UC Santa Barbara, Neuroscience Research Institute)

Tiny marine organism. (Photo courtesy of Nikon Small World / Dr. Jan Michaels / Christian-Albrechts-Universit├Ąt zu Kiel)

Another view of the liverwort. (Photo courtesy of Nikon Small World / Dr. Robin Young / The University of British Columbia)


Living microscopic marine organism. (Photo courtesy of Nikon Small World / Frank Fox / Fachhochschule Trier)


Water flea. (Photo courtesy of Nikon Small World / Joan Rohl / Institute for Biochemistry and Biology)


Swallowtail butterfly chrysalis. (Photo courtesy of Nikon Small World / Dr. Willard Strong / Microsphere Images)

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