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Green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) swimming near surface, viewed from below, The Bahamas.
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90849979 Green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas) swimming near surface, viewed from below, The Bahamas.©
Grey whale (Eschrichtius robustus) underwater, Magdalena Bay, Baja California, Mexico.
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90849978 Grey whale (Eschrichtius robustus) underwater, Magdalena Bay, Baja California, Mexico.©
Entomologist with sample of Insects caught in malaise trap, reference books in background. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Entomological Society Krefel...
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90849977 Entomologist with sample of Insects caught in malaise trap, reference books in background. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Entomological Society Krefel...©
Entomologist returning tray of pinned Moth (Lepidoptera) specimens to shelf within collection. Entomological Society Krefeld. Germany 2018.
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90849976 Entomologist returning tray of pinned Moth (Lepidoptera) specimens to shelf within collection. Entomological Society Krefeld. Germany 2018.©
Entomologist examining pinned Insect specimens within collection. Entomological Society Krefeld. Germany 2019.
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90849975 Entomologist examining pinned Insect specimens within collection. Entomological Society Krefeld. Germany 2019.©
Entomologist examining pinned Insect specimens within collection. Entomological Society Krefeld. Germany 2019.
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90849974 Entomologist examining pinned Insect specimens within collection. Entomological Society Krefeld. Germany 2019.©
Entomologist examining pinned Insect specimens within collection. Entomological Society Krefeld. Germany 2019.
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90849973 Entomologist examining pinned Insect specimens within collection. Entomological Society Krefeld. Germany 2019.©
Researchers sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment than...
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90849972 Researchers sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment than...©
Researchers sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment than...
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90849971 Researchers sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment than...©
Biologists conducting research into aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural...
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90849970 Biologists conducting research into aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural...©
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...
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90849969 Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...©
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...
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90849968 Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...©
Ecotoxicologist conducting research into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment tha...
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90849967 Ecotoxicologist conducting research into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment tha...©
Ecotoxicologist conducting research in laboratory into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural e...
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90849966 Ecotoxicologist conducting research in laboratory into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural e...©
Ecotoxicologists conducting research in laboratory into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural...
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90849965 Ecotoxicologists conducting research in laboratory into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid, on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural...©
Ecotoxicologist conducting research in laboratory into impact of the neonicotinoid thiacloprid on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural e...
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90849964 Ecotoxicologist conducting research in laboratory into impact of the neonicotinoid thiacloprid on aquatic organisms. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural e...©
Sample of Insects held by ecotoxicologist conducting research into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...
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90849963 Sample of Insects held by ecotoxicologist conducting research into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...©
Sample of Insects from emergence trap over trial ditch exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment than in a...
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90849962 Sample of Insects from emergence trap over trial ditch exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment than in a...©
Ecotoxicologist sampling aquatic invertebrates from emergence trap over trial ditch exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the n...
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90849961 Ecotoxicologist sampling aquatic invertebrates from emergence trap over trial ditch exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the n...©
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...
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90849960 Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...©
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...
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90849959 Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...©
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...
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90849958 Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...©
Ecotoxicologist holding Damselfly nymph from experiment looking at impact of neonicotinoid insecticide thiacloprid on aquatic invertebrates. The number of Blue-tailed dragonflies (Ischnura elegans) re...
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90849957 Ecotoxicologist holding Damselfly nymph from experiment looking at impact of neonicotinoid insecticide thiacloprid on aquatic invertebrates. The number of Blue-tailed dragonflies (Ischnura elegans) re...©
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...
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90849956 Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...©
Entomologists from the KNNV association of field biologists identifying insects with aid of microscopes and identification guides. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2018.
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90849955 Entomologists from the KNNV association of field biologists identifying insects with aid of microscopes and identification guides. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2018.©
Entomologist from the KNNV association of field biologists extracting Beetles from sample for identification. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2018.
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90849954 Entomologist from the KNNV association of field biologists extracting Beetles from sample for identification. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2018.©
Entomologist from the KNNV association of field biologists identifying insect using microscope. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2019.
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90849953 Entomologist from the KNNV association of field biologists identifying insect using microscope. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2019.©
Entomologist from the KNNV association of field biologists identifying insects using microscopes. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2019.
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90849952 Entomologist from the KNNV association of field biologists identifying insects using microscopes. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2019.©
Entomologist looking at pinned Water scavenger beetle (Hydrophilus spp) specimens in collection. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2019.
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90849951 Entomologist looking at pinned Water scavenger beetle (Hydrophilus spp) specimens in collection. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2019.©
Entomologist looking at pinned Insect specimens in collection. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2019.
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90849950 Entomologist looking at pinned Insect specimens in collection. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2019.©
Entomologist looking at pinned Insect specimens in collection. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2019.
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90849949 Entomologist looking at pinned Insect specimens in collection. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2019.©
Entomologist looking at pinned Moth (Lepidoptera) specimens in collection. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2019.
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90849948 Entomologist looking at pinned Moth (Lepidoptera) specimens in collection. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2019.©
Entomologist looking at pinned Moth (Lepidoptera) specimens in collection. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2019.
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90849947 Entomologist looking at pinned Moth (Lepidoptera) specimens in collection. Nature Museum Brabant, Tilburg, The Netherlands. 2019.©
Biologists discussing research in office, lead authors of a paper evidencing a 75 percent drop in flying insect biomass in 27 years. Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. 2019.
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90849946 Biologists discussing research in office, lead authors of a paper evidencing a 75 percent drop in flying insect biomass in 27 years. Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. 2019.©
Biologists working on research in office, lead authors of a paper evidencing a 75 percent drop in flying insect biomass in 27 years. Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. 2019.
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90849945 Biologists working on research in office, lead authors of a paper evidencing a 75 percent drop in flying insect biomass in 27 years. Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. 2019.©
Ground beetle (Carabus arcensis) caught in weekly trapping, part of long-term research that has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National Park,...
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90849944 Ground beetle (Carabus arcensis) caught in weekly trapping, part of long-term research that has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National Park,...©
Ground beetle (Carabus arcensis) caught in weekly trapping, part of long-term research that has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National Park,...
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90849943 Ground beetle (Carabus arcensis) caught in weekly trapping, part of long-term research that has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National Park,...©
Researcher at pitfall trap used to collect Ground beetles (Carabidae). Long-term monitoring has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National Park,...
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90849942 Researcher at pitfall trap used to collect Ground beetles (Carabidae). Long-term monitoring has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National Park,...©
Researcher emptying pitfall trap used to collect Ground beetles (Carabidae). Long-term monitoring has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National...
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90849941 Researcher emptying pitfall trap used to collect Ground beetles (Carabidae). Long-term monitoring has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National...©
Researcher emptying Ground beetles (Carabidae) from pitfall trap. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National Park, The...
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90849940 Researcher emptying Ground beetles (Carabidae) from pitfall trap. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National Park, The...©
Researcher emptying Ground beetles (Carabidae) from pitfall trap. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National Park, The...
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90849939 Researcher emptying Ground beetles (Carabidae) from pitfall trap. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National Park, The...©
Researcher holding Ground beetle (Carabidae) caught in pitfall trap. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National Park, T...
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90849938 Researcher holding Ground beetle (Carabidae) caught in pitfall trap. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National Park, T...©
Researcher holding Ground beetle (Carabidae) , caught in weekly trapping. Long-term monitoring. has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National P...
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90849937 Researcher holding Ground beetle (Carabidae) , caught in weekly trapping. Long-term monitoring. has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National P...©
Researcher holding Ground beetle (Carabidae) , caught in weekly trapping. Long-term monitoring. has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National P...
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90849936 Researcher holding Ground beetle (Carabidae) , caught in weekly trapping. Long-term monitoring. has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National P...©
Pitfall trap used for weekly trapping of Ground beetles (Carabidae), researcher approaching in background. Long-term monitoring. has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22...
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90849935 Pitfall trap used for weekly trapping of Ground beetles (Carabidae), researcher approaching in background. Long-term monitoring. has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22...©
Researcher emptying Ground beetles (Carabidae) from pitfall trap. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National Park, The...
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90849934 Researcher emptying Ground beetles (Carabidae) from pitfall trap. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 72 percent reduction in Ground beetle numbers in past 22 years. Dwingelderveld National Park, The...©
Ground beetle (Carabus arcensis). Dwingelderveld National Park, The Netherlands. May.
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90849933 Ground beetle (Carabus arcensis). Dwingelderveld National Park, The Netherlands. May.©
Ground beetle (Carabus nitens). Dwingelderveld National Park, The Netherlands. April. Controlled conditions.
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90849932 Ground beetle (Carabus nitens). Dwingelderveld National Park, The Netherlands. April. Controlled conditions.©
Ground beetle (Carabus nitens). Dwingelderveld National Park, The Netherlands. April. Controlled conditions.
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90849931 Ground beetle (Carabus nitens). Dwingelderveld National Park, The Netherlands. April. Controlled conditions.©
Ground beetle (Carabus nitens). Dwingelderveld National Park, The Netherlands. April. Controlled conditions.
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90849930 Ground beetle (Carabus nitens). Dwingelderveld National Park, The Netherlands. April. Controlled conditions.©
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