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Carpenter Ant (Camponotus fellah) mandibles, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423022 Carpenter Ant (Camponotus fellah) mandibles, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) on honeycomb with honey filled cells, Bee Station at the Bavarian Julius-Maximilians-University of Wurzburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00241004 Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) on honeycomb with honey filled cells, Bee Station at the Bavarian Julius-Maximilians-University of Wurzburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) honeycomb alley, the distance between the honeycombs results from standing heights of bees, Bee Station at the Bavarian Julius-Maximilians-University of Wurzburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00241002 Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) honeycomb alley, the distance between the honeycombs results from standing heights of bees, Bee Station at the Bavarian Julius-Maximilians-University of Wurzburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) with pollen baskets on hind legs, Bee Station at the Julius-Maximilians-University of Wurzburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240982 Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) with pollen baskets on hind legs, Bee Station at the Julius-Maximilians-University of Wurzburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) collecting pollen from a daisy, Bee Station at the Bavarian Julius-Maximilians-University of Wurzburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240979 Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) collecting pollen from a daisy, Bee Station at the Bavarian Julius-Maximilians-University of Wurzburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) guard caste in defense and attack body posture, Bee Station at the Bavarian Julius-Maximilians-University of Wurzburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240970 Honey Bee (Apis mellifera) guard caste in defense and attack body posture, Bee Station at the Bavarian Julius-Maximilians-University of Wurzburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) crossing a country road at dusk, Hill Country, Texas  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240450 Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) crossing a country road at dusk, Hill Country, Texas© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) walking through shallow water, Hill Country, Texas  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240421 Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) walking through shallow water, Hill Country, Texas© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) sitting at the entrance to its burrow between the roots of a tree, Hill Country, Texas  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240418 Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) sitting at the entrance to its burrow between the roots of a tree, Hill Country, Texas© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) mother with her four week old baby, Texas  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240401 Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) mother with her four week old baby, Texas© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) three orphan babies held by rehabilitation worker Tracy Beasley, Oklahoma  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240395 Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) three orphan babies held by rehabilitation worker Tracy Beasley, Oklahoma© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) two 10 day old male babies, Davis, Oklahoma  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240394 Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) two 10 day old male babies, Davis, Oklahoma© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) sniffing in flower-filled meadow, Hill Country, Texas  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240374 Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) sniffing in flower-filled meadow, Hill Country, Texas© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) on fallen log showing sharp claws that help it dig burrows and search for food, Hill Country, Texas  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240373 Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) on fallen log showing sharp claws that help it dig burrows and search for food, Hill Country, Texas© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) sitting at the entrance of its burrow on the bank of a small creek, Hill Country, Texas  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240372 Nine-banded Armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) sitting at the entrance of its burrow on the bank of a small creek, Hill Country, Texas© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Rock Dove (Columba livia) flock and tourists cover the ground at St Marcus Place, Venice, Italy  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240246 Rock Dove (Columba livia) flock and tourists cover the ground at St Marcus Place, Venice, Italy© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Lab mouse (Mus musculus), tribe C57bi, silhouette of mouse walking with tail in the air  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240150 Lab mouse (Mus musculus), tribe C57bi, silhouette of mouse walking with tail in the air© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Lab mice (Mus musculus), tribe Balbc, group of one day old infants laying together in their nest, the milk in their bellies is showing through their transparent skin, no fur, eyes closed  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240128 Lab mice (Mus musculus), tribe Balbc, group of one day old infants laying together in their nest, the milk in their bellies is showing through their transparent skin, no fur, eyes closed© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Lab mice (Mus musculus), tribe Balbc, family showing different generations, standing on hind feet, excited and sniffing  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240125 Lab mice (Mus musculus), tribe Balbc, family showing different generations, standing on hind feet, excited and sniffing© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Golden Hamster (Mesocricetus auratus) two five week old hamsters sitting in their subterranean burrow  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240066 Golden Hamster (Mesocricetus auratus) two five week old hamsters sitting in their subterranean burrow© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Golden Hamster (Mesocricetus auratus) three day old young in their nest  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240058 Golden Hamster (Mesocricetus auratus) three day old young in their nest© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Golden Hamster (Mesocricetus auratus) three day old young in their nest  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240057 Golden Hamster (Mesocricetus auratus) three day old young in their nest© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Golden Hamster (Mesocricetus auratus) three day old young yawning with eyes closed, no fur  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00240049 Golden Hamster (Mesocricetus auratus) three day old young yawning with eyes closed, no fur© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) nest and photographers Heidi and Hans-Jurgen Koch, Hesse, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423036 European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) nest and photographers Heidi and Hans-Jurgen Koch, Hesse, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Carpenter Ant (Camponotus fellah) in test tube, Switzerland  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423035 Carpenter Ant (Camponotus fellah) in test tube, Switzerland© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Carpenter Ant (Camponotus fellah) pair in test tube, Switzerland  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423034 Carpenter Ant (Camponotus fellah) pair in test tube, Switzerland© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Ant (Formica selysi) infected with Sac Fungus (Metarhizium anisopliae), Switzerland  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423033 Ant (Formica selysi) infected with Sac Fungus (Metarhizium anisopliae), Switzerland© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Red Imported Fire Ant (Solenopsis invicta) mass, introduced and invasive aggressive species, Switzerland  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423032 Red Imported Fire Ant (Solenopsis invicta) mass, introduced and invasive aggressive species, Switzerland© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Red Imported Fire Ant (Solenopsis invicta) mass, introduced and invasive aggressive species, Switzerland  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423031 Red Imported Fire Ant (Solenopsis invicta) mass, introduced and invasive aggressive species, Switzerland© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Carpenter Ant (Camponotus fellah) research habitat, plastic vat glass tubes with water, the nest is under the black box and in the right corner is something like a midden with leftovers and dead anima...  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423030 Carpenter Ant (Camponotus fellah) research habitat, plastic vat glass tubes with water, the nest is under the black box and in the right corner is something like a midden with leftovers and dead anima...© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Carpenter Ant (Camponotus fellah) with barcode on back for researching the organisation of the intra-colony, the diurnal rhythm, and how they synchronizing themselves, Switzerland  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423029 Carpenter Ant (Camponotus fellah) with barcode on back for researching the organisation of the intra-colony, the diurnal rhythm, and how they synchronizing themselves, Switzerland© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Carpenter Ant (Camponotus fellah) worker ants surrouding queen with barcodes on back for research, Switzerland  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423028 Carpenter Ant (Camponotus fellah) worker ants surrouding queen with barcodes on back for research, Switzerland© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Carpenter Ant (Camponotus fellah) group with barcodes on back for researching the organisation of the intra-colony, the diurnal rhythm, and how they synchronize themselves, Switzerland  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423027 Carpenter Ant (Camponotus fellah) group with barcodes on back for researching the organisation of the intra-colony, the diurnal rhythm, and how they synchronize themselves, Switzerland© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Ant (Odontoponera transversa) stinger, native to southeast Asia  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423026 Ant (Odontoponera transversa) stinger, native to southeast Asia© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Ant (Odontoponera transversa), native to southeast Asia  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423025 Ant (Odontoponera transversa), native to southeast Asia© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Ant (Harpegnathos sp) pair, native to southeast Asia  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423024 Ant (Harpegnathos sp) pair, native to southeast Asia© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) workers on dead dragonfly wing, Freiburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423023 European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) workers on dead dragonfly wing, Freiburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
Carpenter Ant (Camponotus fellah) close up showing mandibles, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423021 Carpenter Ant (Camponotus fellah) close up showing mandibles, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) group drinking from drop of water, Freiburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423020 European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) group drinking from drop of water, Freiburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) worker carrying dead ant away from the nest, Freiburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423019 European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) worker carrying dead ant away from the nest, Freiburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) worker carrying dead ant away from the nest, Freiburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423018 European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) worker carrying dead ant away from the nest, Freiburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena), guard ant in watchful posture guarding the entry to the nest, Freiburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423017 European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena), guard ant in watchful posture guarding the entry to the nest, Freiburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) worker carrying dead ant away from the nest, Freiburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423016 European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) worker carrying dead ant away from the nest, Freiburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) pair drinking from a drop of water, Freiburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423015 European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) pair drinking from a drop of water, Freiburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) worker feeding another worker, Freiburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423014 European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) worker feeding another worker, Freiburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) worker feeding another worker, Freiburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423013 European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) worker feeding another worker, Freiburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) digging a tunnel in ant-gel developed by NASA for a 2003 space shuttle experiment to research the behavior in the absence of gravity, Freiburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423012 European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) digging a tunnel in ant-gel developed by NASA for a 2003 space shuttle experiment to research the behavior in the absence of gravity, Freiburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) digging a tunnel in ant-gel developed by NASA for a 2003 space shuttle experiment to research the behavior in the absence of gravity, Freiburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423011 European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) digging a tunnel in ant-gel developed by NASA for a 2003 space shuttle experiment to research the behavior in the absence of gravity, Freiburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) digging a tunnel in ant-gel developed by NASA for a 2003 space shuttle experiment to research the behavior in the absence of gravity, Freiburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423010 European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) digging a tunnel in ant-gel developed by NASA for a 2003 space shuttle experiment to research the behavior in the absence of gravity, Freiburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) trio digging a tunnel in ant-gel developed by NASA for a 2003 space shuttle experiment to research the behavior in the absence of gravity, Freiburg, Germany  -  Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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00423009 European Red Wood Ant (Formica polyctena) trio digging a tunnel in ant-gel developed by NASA for a 2003 space shuttle experiment to research the behavior in the absence of gravity, Freiburg, Germany© Heidi & Hans-Juergen Koch
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