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WORMS RENAISSANCEThe Polydiversity of Polychaete Worms
Alexander Semenov, well known underwater photographer from the Russian Federation, has posted a set of stunningly gorgeous worm photos on Bēhance.

Creatures from dreams and nightmares are here. They are real and they are unbelievably beautiful.
From the depths of the cold White Sea to the coral reefs of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Some of them were collected recently and they are still undescribed! They’re only a drop in the whole diversity of polychaetes.

SOURCE: Worms Renaissance, 7 March 2014
The word ‘polychaete’

Each body segment of a polychaete worm has a pair of fleshy protrusions called parapodia that bear many bristles, called chaetae, which are made of chitin. Polychaetes are sometimes referred to as bristle worms. [WP]
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WORMS RENAISSANCEThe Polydiversity of Polychaete Worms
Alexander Semenov, well known underwater photographer from the Russian Federation, has posted a set of stunningly gorgeous worm photos on Bēhance.

Creatures from dreams and nightmares are here. They are real and they are unbelievably beautiful.
From the depths of the cold White Sea to the coral reefs of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Some of them were collected recently and they are still undescribed! They’re only a drop in the whole diversity of polychaetes.

SOURCE: Worms Renaissance, 7 March 2014
The word ‘polychaete’

Each body segment of a polychaete worm has a pair of fleshy protrusions called parapodia that bear many bristles, called chaetae, which are made of chitin. Polychaetes are sometimes referred to as bristle worms. [WP]
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WORMS RENAISSANCEThe Polydiversity of Polychaete Worms
Alexander Semenov, well known underwater photographer from the Russian Federation, has posted a set of stunningly gorgeous worm photos on Bēhance.

Creatures from dreams and nightmares are here. They are real and they are unbelievably beautiful.
From the depths of the cold White Sea to the coral reefs of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Some of them were collected recently and they are still undescribed! They’re only a drop in the whole diversity of polychaetes.

SOURCE: Worms Renaissance, 7 March 2014
The word ‘polychaete’

Each body segment of a polychaete worm has a pair of fleshy protrusions called parapodia that bear many bristles, called chaetae, which are made of chitin. Polychaetes are sometimes referred to as bristle worms. [WP]
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WORMS RENAISSANCEThe Polydiversity of Polychaete Worms
Alexander Semenov, well known underwater photographer from the Russian Federation, has posted a set of stunningly gorgeous worm photos on Bēhance.

Creatures from dreams and nightmares are here. They are real and they are unbelievably beautiful.
From the depths of the cold White Sea to the coral reefs of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Some of them were collected recently and they are still undescribed! They’re only a drop in the whole diversity of polychaetes.

SOURCE: Worms Renaissance, 7 March 2014
The word ‘polychaete’

Each body segment of a polychaete worm has a pair of fleshy protrusions called parapodia that bear many bristles, called chaetae, which are made of chitin. Polychaetes are sometimes referred to as bristle worms. [WP]
mucholderthen:

WORMS RENAISSANCEThe Polydiversity of Polychaete Worms
Alexander Semenov, well known underwater photographer from the Russian Federation, has posted a set of stunningly gorgeous worm photos on Bēhance.

Creatures from dreams and nightmares are here. They are real and they are unbelievably beautiful.
From the depths of the cold White Sea to the coral reefs of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Some of them were collected recently and they are still undescribed! They’re only a drop in the whole diversity of polychaetes.

SOURCE: Worms Renaissance, 7 March 2014
The word ‘polychaete’

Each body segment of a polychaete worm has a pair of fleshy protrusions called parapodia that bear many bristles, called chaetae, which are made of chitin. Polychaetes are sometimes referred to as bristle worms. [WP]
mucholderthen:

WORMS RENAISSANCEThe Polydiversity of Polychaete Worms
Alexander Semenov, well known underwater photographer from the Russian Federation, has posted a set of stunningly gorgeous worm photos on Bēhance.

Creatures from dreams and nightmares are here. They are real and they are unbelievably beautiful.
From the depths of the cold White Sea to the coral reefs of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Some of them were collected recently and they are still undescribed! They’re only a drop in the whole diversity of polychaetes.

SOURCE: Worms Renaissance, 7 March 2014
The word ‘polychaete’

Each body segment of a polychaete worm has a pair of fleshy protrusions called parapodia that bear many bristles, called chaetae, which are made of chitin. Polychaetes are sometimes referred to as bristle worms. [WP]
mucholderthen:

WORMS RENAISSANCEThe Polydiversity of Polychaete Worms
Alexander Semenov, well known underwater photographer from the Russian Federation, has posted a set of stunningly gorgeous worm photos on Bēhance.

Creatures from dreams and nightmares are here. They are real and they are unbelievably beautiful.
From the depths of the cold White Sea to the coral reefs of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Some of them were collected recently and they are still undescribed! They’re only a drop in the whole diversity of polychaetes.

SOURCE: Worms Renaissance, 7 March 2014
The word ‘polychaete’

Each body segment of a polychaete worm has a pair of fleshy protrusions called parapodia that bear many bristles, called chaetae, which are made of chitin. Polychaetes are sometimes referred to as bristle worms. [WP]
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Unique Beauty
Muhammad Algalad
 
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BABY [nymph] STICK-INSECT (Phasmatodea) HATCHES
Walking Stick emerging from its eggby MacroscopicSolutions // March 18, 2014
That’s the head of a pin under the egg!
Click to see this in full 360 3D [on Flickr]

Benedict Gagliardi of UConn discovered a female walking stick laying eggs outside. In a short while, the eggs hatched and the tiny little, rarely seen walking sticks began to emerge. A 3D video was captured by Mark Smith of Macroscopic Solutions. 
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Mutsumi Yamamoto [天使•メランコリア1]1982
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heartless—-romantic:

Codie Young by Nicolas Valois, The Wild No.5 Spring 2014
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