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Springtail Gallery

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Choose from 29 pictures in our Springtail collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Black and white illustration of Springtail (Collembola)
Black and white illustration of Springtail (Collembola)
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Springtail (Dicyrtomina ornata) on oak tree leaf, Niedersechsische Elbtalaue Biosphere
Springtail (Dicyrtomina ornata) on oak tree leaf, Niedersechsische Elbtalaue Biosphere
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A globular springtail (Ptenothrix denticulata)
A globular springtail (Ptenothrix denticulata)
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Yellow springtails (Symphypleona) on Forget-me-not flower (Myosotis) Zillertal Alps
Yellow springtails (Symphypleona) on Forget-me-not flower (Myosotis) Zillertal Alps
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Springtail tail, SEM
Springtail tail, SEM
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Collembola entomobryidae, springtails in amber
Collembola entomobryidae, springtails in amber
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Springtail in amber
Springtail in amber
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Collembola, springtail
Collembola, springtail
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Collembola ocelli, springtail
Collembola ocelli, springtail
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Collembola sp., springtail
Collembola sp., springtail
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Isotoma viridis, springtail
Isotoma viridis, springtail
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Anurida maritima (Guerin-Meneville, 1836)
Anurida maritima (Guerin-Meneville, 1836)
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Springtail tail, SEM Featured Print

Springtail tail, SEM

Springtail tail. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a springtail (order Collembola) tail. This wingless insect gets it name from the specialised jumping appendage (furcula) at the end of its abdomen, often called its tail. The furcula allows the springtail, which is between 1 and 2 millimetres long, to leap several inches. Springtails have remained anatomically unchanged for millions of years, and are considered living fossils. They live mainly in leaf litter, feeding on decaying matter

© STEVE GSCHMEISSNER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Springtails
Springtails
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Glacier springtails
Glacier springtails
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Springtails head, SEM
Springtails head, SEM
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Springtail body hairs, SEM
Springtail body hairs, SEM
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Springtail
Springtail
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Coloured SEM of two springtails (Order collembola)
Coloured SEM of two springtails (Order collembola)
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Springtail body surface, SEM
Springtail body surface, SEM
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Springtail head, SEM
Springtail head, SEM
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Springtail antenna, SEM
Springtail antenna, SEM
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SPRINGTAIL - defence reaction
SPRINGTAIL - defence reaction
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LRDS-122 Springtail, Order Collembola
LRDS-122 Springtail, Order Collembola
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Springtail
Springtail
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Coloured SEM of two springtails (Order collembola) Featured Print

Coloured SEM of two springtails (Order collembola)

Springtails. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of two springtails (order Collembola). These primitive insects have remained unchanged for millions of years, and are considered living fossils. The antennae of these insects can be seen protruding from their heads (centre left and centre right). These are their main tools for collecting sensory data, as their eyes are small and poorly developed. The eyes of the springtail at left can be seen as raised lumps at the base of its antennae. Their bodies are covered in fine hairs and scales. Springtails mainly live in leaf litter, and feed on decaying matter. Magnification: x40 at 6x7cm size

© VOLKER STEGER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Springtail, SEM
Springtail, SEM
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88888-12576-686
88888-12576-686
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42998-00003-840
42998-00003-840
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42997-00005-839
42997-00005-839
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42998-00002-840
42998-00002-840
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