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Fotos Que Capturam O Sol De Maneira Mágica! | Design e fotografia - TudoPorEmail

Criativas Fotos do Sol Tiradas Na Hora Certa

Joni Niemelä’s Macro Photographs Capture Carnivorous Plants’ Alien-Like Structures

Joni Niemelä’s Macro Photographs Capture Carnivorous Plants’ Alien-Like Structures (Colossal)

Joni Niemelä captures the colorful carnivorous Drosera "Sundew" plant

Carnivorous plants. Venus flytrap - Gardening For You

dionaea muscipula, commonly known as the venus fly tap, is a carnivorous plant native to subtropical wetlands on the east coast of the united states in north carolina and south carolina.

Papuan Toby - ©Matt Segal www.carbonos.com/gallery/photo.php?photo=1110&exhibition=37&u=485384x32

Papuan, Toby, Canthigaster papua by Matt Segal (in photo gallery Solomon Islands

Drosera madagascariensis - a really nice sundew, and relatively easy to grow. This species forms a visible stem up to several inches in length. This plant was raised from a leaf cutting using the ‘water float’ method.

Коралловые рифы в макрофотографиях Феликса Саласара

Vibrant Macro Photographs of Coral by Felix Salazar underwater nature macro coral animals

Sea Slug

Black and Gold Sapsucking Slug, Cyerce nigricans.this is not a slug but a colorful pine cone

"This awesome replica of a turrilitid ammonite is from the Cretaceous Seas diorama at the American Museum of Natural History."

Love these kind of things: Helioceras heteromorph ammonite model extinct fossil - the soft parts are hypothetical, and may have been much more cool or colorful.

Макрофотографии росянки через объектив Joni Niemel

With his series called “Drosera” & “Otherworldly Blues”, Finnish photographer Joni Niemelä invites us in a strange and miniature world b

Aplysina fistularis ou Éponge tuyau d’orgue est une espèce d’éponge de la famille des Aplysinidés. On en croise au Mexique.

mad-as-a-marine-biologist: “ Yellow Tube Sponge Aplysina fistularis © moralcoral The few species of demosponge that have entirely soft fibrous skeletons with no hard elements have been used by humans.


Zoanthids are an order of cnidarians commonly found in coral reefs, the deep sea and many other marine environments around the world.