Nikon D-40X Images Part 4

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Images Taken With Nikon D-40X Part 4
 FM-2 Film Images:   Film 1     Film 2 
All images on this page were taken with a Nikon D-40x and 60mm Micro Nikkor
lens with a Phoenix RF46N ring flash. The lynx spider was posing on a light box.

Green Lynx Spider (Peucetia viridans)

Green lynx spider with her egg sac and minute babies.

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Golden Huntsman Spider (Olios fasciculatus).

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Male Wolf Spider On Glass

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Black Widow (Latrodectus mactans).

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Burrowing Scorpion (Anuroctonus phaiodactylus)

The 2nd smaller inflated bulb indicates that this is a male.

Arizona Desert Scorpion (Hadrurus arizonensis

Note the mandibles (jaws), eyes, and extra pair of smaller eyes on the top of head.

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Ornamentation On Siliceous Shell Of A Diatom (1000x Magnification)

Ornamentation on the siliceous shell (valve) of a diatom. The individual hexagons are 5 micrometers (0.005 mm) across, roughly the length of the head of an ordinary human sperm. Image taken with Nikon adapter through an Olympus compound microscope at 1,000x magnification.

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Araneus gemma In Her Web (Presumably This Species)

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