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Wood-carving leafcutter bee (Megachile ligniseca) female entering nest hole in insect hotel, it has enlarged the hole by scraping out wood fibres. Wiltshire, England, UK. June.
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90859885 Wood-carving leafcutter bee (Megachile ligniseca) female entering nest hole in insect hotel, it has enlarged the hole by scraping out wood fibres. Wiltshire, England, UK. June.©
German wasp (Vespula germanica) nest surface built from layers of chewed wood fibres. Wiltshire, England, UK. July.
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90859883 German wasp (Vespula germanica) nest surface built from layers of chewed wood fibres. Wiltshire, England, UK. July.©
Maya woman weaving Panama hat with fibres of Jipijapa (Carludovica palmata) a palm-like perennial plant, Santa Cruz Hacienda, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, June
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90805055 Maya woman weaving Panama hat with fibres of Jipijapa (Carludovica palmata) a palm-like perennial plant, Santa Cruz Hacienda, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, June© Claudio Contreras
Maya woman weaving Panama hat with fibres of Jipijapa (Carludovica palmata) a palm-like perennial plant, Santa Cruz Hacienda, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, June
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90805054 Maya woman weaving Panama hat with fibres of Jipijapa (Carludovica palmata) a palm-like perennial plant, Santa Cruz Hacienda, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, June© Claudio Contreras
Henequen (Agave fourcroydes) fibres drying, X-Kanchakan, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, February
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90805053 Henequen (Agave fourcroydes) fibres drying, X-Kanchakan, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, February© Claudio Contreras
Paper mulberry (Brousonnetia papyrifera) bark, prepared for Japanese washi paper making, Camargue, France.
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90797753 Paper mulberry (Brousonnetia papyrifera) bark, prepared for Japanese washi paper making, Camargue, France.© Jean E. Roche
Fibres of Paper mulberry (Broussonetia papyrifera) used for making traditional Japanese washi paper. Arles, Camargue, France. December.
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90797737 Fibres of Paper mulberry (Broussonetia papyrifera) used for making traditional Japanese washi paper. Arles, Camargue, France. December.© Jean E. Roche
Fibres of Paper mulberry (Broussonetia papyrifera) used for making traditional Japanese washi paper. Arles, Camargue, France. December.
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90797736 Fibres of Paper mulberry (Broussonetia papyrifera) used for making traditional Japanese washi paper. Arles, Camargue, France. December.© Jean E. Roche
Man stripping bark from the branches of Paper mulberry (Broussonetia papyrifera) used for making traditional Japanese washi paper. Arles, Camargue, France. December.
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90797733 Man stripping bark from the branches of Paper mulberry (Broussonetia papyrifera) used for making traditional Japanese washi paper. Arles, Camargue, France. December.© Jean E. Roche
Paper mulberry (Broussonetia papyrifera) bark used for making traditional Japanese washi paper. Arles, Camargue, France. December.
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90797732 Paper mulberry (Broussonetia papyrifera) bark used for making traditional Japanese washi paper. Arles, Camargue, France. December.© Jean E. Roche
Fibres of Paper mulberry (Broussonetia papyrifera) used for traditional Japanese washi paper making. Camargue, France. February.
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90797724 Fibres of Paper mulberry (Broussonetia papyrifera) used for traditional Japanese washi paper making. Camargue, France. February.© Jean E. Roche
Sisal (Agave sisalana) fibres drying for rope making, Berenty Reserve, Madagascar.
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90714234 Sisal (Agave sisalana) fibres drying for rope making, Berenty Reserve, Madagascar.© Cyril Ruoso
Woman with baby looking at Sisal (Agave sisalana) fibres drying for rope making, Berenty Reserve, Madagascar.
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90714200 Woman with baby looking at Sisal (Agave sisalana) fibres drying for rope making, Berenty Reserve, Madagascar.© Cyril Ruoso
Mother in law's tongue or snake plant (Sanseviera trifasciata) beneficial houseplant for air purification, has strong leaf fibres
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90837767 Mother in law's tongue or snake plant (Sanseviera trifasciata) beneficial houseplant for air purification, has strong leaf fibres© Nigel Cattlin
A Zu, 'hoasi Bushman in the Kalahari makes an arrow Heating the stick in the embers of the fire softens the fibres and allows the stick to be straightened Kalahari, Botswana April 2012  -  Neil Aldridge/ npl
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90693275 A Zu, 'hoasi Bushman in the Kalahari makes an arrow Heating the stick in the embers of the fire softens the fibres and allows the stick to be straightened Kalahari, Botswana April 2012© Neil Aldridge / NPL
Seeds of Common storksbill (Erodium cicutarium), Europe In dry conditions, the ripe seeds are ejected from the fruit The seed tails are formed from the persisting style which consists of hygroscopic (...  -  Solvin Zankl/ npl
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90677939 Seeds of Common storksbill (Erodium cicutarium), Europe In dry conditions, the ripe seeds are ejected from the fruit The seed tails are formed from the persisting style which consists of hygroscopic (...© Solvin Zankl / NPL
A Zu, 'hoasi Bushman child blows onto fine embers in a clump of grass and plant fibres in order to make a fire Kalahari, Botswana April 2012  -  Neil Aldridge/ npl
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90384727 A Zu, 'hoasi Bushman child blows onto fine embers in a clump of grass and plant fibres in order to make a fire Kalahari, Botswana April 2012© Neil Aldridge / NPL
Apollo silkmoth (Ceranchia appolina) close up of cocoon showing silk fibres, originating from Madagascar Captive  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90373889 Apollo silkmoth (Ceranchia appolina) close up of cocoon showing silk fibres, originating from Madagascar Captive© Alex Hyde / NPL
Apollo silkmoth (Ceranchia appolina) cocoon showing silk fibres, photographed against a black background, originating from Madagascar Captive  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90373888 Apollo silkmoth (Ceranchia appolina) cocoon showing silk fibres, photographed against a black background, originating from Madagascar Captive© Alex Hyde / NPL
Apollo silkmoth (Ceranchia appolina) cocoon showing silk fibres, photographed against a white background, originating from Madagascar Captive  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90373887 Apollo silkmoth (Ceranchia appolina) cocoon showing silk fibres, photographed against a white background, originating from Madagascar Captive© Alex Hyde / NPL
Cricula silkmoth (Cricula trifenestrata) close up of cocoon showing silk fibres originating from Southeast Asia Captive  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90373886 Cricula silkmoth (Cricula trifenestrata) close up of cocoon showing silk fibres originating from Southeast Asia Captive© Alex Hyde / NPL
Cricula silkmoth (Cricula trifenestrata) cocoon showing silk fibres, originating from Southeast Asia, Captive  -  Alex Hyde/ npl
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90373885 Cricula silkmoth (Cricula trifenestrata) cocoon showing silk fibres, originating from Southeast Asia, Captive© Alex Hyde / NPL
Huaorani woman carrying her fishing net These nets are made from the fibres of the Chambira palm Bameno Community, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador, May 2007 Model release B#15  -  Pete Oxford/ npl
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90324801 Huaorani woman carrying her fishing net These nets are made from the fibres of the Chambira palm Bameno Community, Yasuni National Park, Ecuador, May 2007 Model release B#15© Pete Oxford / NPL
Sisal fibres drying on lines, Berenty Reserve, Madagascar  -  Pete Oxford/ npl
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90211954 Sisal fibres drying on lines, Berenty Reserve, Madagascar© Pete Oxford / NPL
Wooden press for paper made from (Daphne) tree fibres, Jungshi factory, Thimphu, Bhutan 2001  -  Pete Oxford/ npl
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90196354 Wooden press for paper made from (Daphne) tree fibres, Jungshi factory, Thimphu, Bhutan 2001© Pete Oxford / NPL
Woman cutting (Daphne) fibres for paper making, Jungshi factory, Thimphu, Bhutan 2001  -  Pete Oxford/ npl
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90196353 Woman cutting (Daphne) fibres for paper making, Jungshi factory, Thimphu, Bhutan 2001© Pete Oxford / NPL
Placing paper sheet made from (Daphne) tree fibres in oven to dry, Jungshi factory, Thimphu, Bhutan 2001  -  Pete Oxford/ npl
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90194375 Placing paper sheet made from (Daphne) tree fibres in oven to dry, Jungshi factory, Thimphu, Bhutan 2001© Pete Oxford / NPL
Women sorting (Daphne) fibres into white and black for paper making, Jungshi factory, Thimphu, Bhutan 2001  -  Pete Oxford/ npl
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90194374 Women sorting (Daphne) fibres into white and black for paper making, Jungshi factory, Thimphu, Bhutan 2001© Pete Oxford / NPL
Paper sheets drying, made from (Daphne) tree fibres, Jungshi factory, Thimphu, Bhutan 2001  -  Pete Oxford/ npl
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90185381 Paper sheets drying, made from (Daphne) tree fibres, Jungshi factory, Thimphu, Bhutan 2001© Pete Oxford / NPL
Soaking (Daphne) fibres, Jungshi paper making factory, Thimphu, Bhutan 2001  -  Pete Oxford/ npl
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90185379 Soaking (Daphne) fibres, Jungshi paper making factory, Thimphu, Bhutan 2001© Pete Oxford / NPL
Dried sisal fibres being sorted, Berenty PR, Madgascar  -  Pete Oxford/ npl
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90185077 Dried sisal fibres being sorted, Berenty PR, Madgascar© Pete Oxford / NPL
Sisal fibres drying at Sisal factory, Berenty, Madagascar  -  Nick Garbutt/ npl
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90179396 Sisal fibres drying at Sisal factory, Berenty, Madagascar© Nick Garbutt / NPL
Traditional artifacts handmade from plant fibres Alicante, Spain, Europe  -  Jose B. Ruiz/ npl
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90175193 Traditional artifacts handmade from plant fibres Alicante, Spain, Europe© Jose B. Ruiz / NPL
Asbestos placed in double 6mm bags ready for dump Danger of release of carcinogenic fibres  -  Phil Savoie/ npl
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90161096 Asbestos placed in double 6mm bags ready for dump Danger of release of carcinogenic fibres© Phil Savoie / NPL
Removal of old Asbestos pipe insulation Danger of release of carcinogenic fibres  -  Phil Savoie/ npl
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90161095 Removal of old Asbestos pipe insulation Danger of release of carcinogenic fibres© Phil Savoie / NPL
Removal of old Asbestos pipe insulation Danger of release of carcinogenic fibres  -  Phil Savoie/ npl
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90161094 Removal of old Asbestos pipe insulation Danger of release of carcinogenic fibres© Phil Savoie / NPL
Removal of old Asbestos pipe insulation Danger of release of carcinogenic fibres  -  Phil Savoie/ npl
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90161093 Removal of old Asbestos pipe insulation Danger of release of carcinogenic fibres© Phil Savoie / NPL
Snowball flowers with fibres that insulate against extreme heat and cold Langtang, Nepal at 15,000 ft  -  Mark Payne-Gill/ npl
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90160722 Snowball flowers with fibres that insulate against extreme heat and cold Langtang, Nepal at 15,000 ft© Mark Payne-Gill / NPL
Bambuti pygmy woman rolling fibres to make hunting nets, Epulu Ituri reserve, Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire)  -  Jabruson/ npl
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90160468 Bambuti pygmy woman rolling fibres to make hunting nets, Epulu Ituri reserve, Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire)© Jabruson / NPL
Bambuti pygmy boy with net made from plant fibres Epulu Ituri Reserve, DR Congo (formerly Zaire)  -  Jabruson/ npl
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90160467 Bambuti pygmy boy with net made from plant fibres Epulu Ituri Reserve, DR Congo (formerly Zaire)© Jabruson / NPL
Espardenas, traditional rope shoes made from vegetable fibres, Spain  -  Jose B. Ruiz/ npl
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90153358 Espardenas, traditional rope shoes made from vegetable fibres, Spain© Jose B. Ruiz / NPL
Blue Tit (Parus caeruleus) collecting bark fibres for nesting material, UK  -  Dave Watts/ npl
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90144589 Blue Tit (Parus caeruleus) collecting bark fibres for nesting material, UK© Dave Watts / NPL
Blue Tit (Parus caeruleus) collecting bark fibres for nesting material, UK  -  Dave Watts/ npl
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90144588 Blue Tit (Parus caeruleus) collecting bark fibres for nesting material, UK© Dave Watts / NPL
Sisal (Agave sisalana) fibres drying in the sun, near Fort Dauphin, Madagascar  -  Mark Carwardine/ npl
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90114823 Sisal (Agave sisalana) fibres drying in the sun, near Fort Dauphin, Madagascar© Mark Carwardine / NPL
Abaca fibre (Musa textilis) harvested and used in paper production, Camarines Sur, Luzon, Philippines 2008  -  Jurgen Freund/ npl
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90055934 Abaca fibre (Musa textilis) harvested and used in paper production, Camarines Sur, Luzon, Philippines 2008© Jurgen Freund / NPL
Woman extracting raw silk fibres from silk-moth cocoons by boiling them, a traditional method for silk-making Hotan City on the old Silk Road south of the Taklamakan Desert, Xinjiang Province, north-w...  -  George Chan/ npl
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90033553 Woman extracting raw silk fibres from silk-moth cocoons by boiling them, a traditional method for silk-making Hotan City on the old Silk Road south of the Taklamakan Desert, Xinjiang Province, north-w...© George Chan / NPL
A man dyeing raw silk fibres using natural dyes and traditional methods Hotan City, on the old Silk Road south of the Taklamakan Desert, Xinjiang Province, north-west China July 2006  -  George Chan/ npl
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90031948 A man dyeing raw silk fibres using natural dyes and traditional methods Hotan City, on the old Silk Road south of the Taklamakan Desert, Xinjiang Province, north-west China July 2006© George Chan / NPL
Women extracting raw silk fibres from silk-moth cocoons by boiling them, a traditional method for silk-making Hotan City on the old Silk Road south of the Taklamakan Desert, Xinjiang Province, north-w...  -  George Chan/ npl
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90027753 Women extracting raw silk fibres from silk-moth cocoons by boiling them, a traditional method for silk-making Hotan City on the old Silk Road south of the Taklamakan Desert, Xinjiang Province, north-w...© George Chan / NPL
Sisal fibres (Agave sp) being baled together for sisal production, Berenti, Madagascar  -  Hermann Brehm/ npl
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90019351 Sisal fibres (Agave sp) being baled together for sisal production, Berenti, Madagascar© HERMANN BREHM / NPL
Woman extracting raw silk fibres from silk-moth cocoons by boiling them, a traditional method for silk-making Hotan City on the old Silk Road south of the Taklamakan Desert, Xinjiang Province, north-w...  -  George Chan/ npl
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90013363 Woman extracting raw silk fibres from silk-moth cocoons by boiling them, a traditional method for silk-making Hotan City on the old Silk Road south of the Taklamakan Desert, Xinjiang Province, north-w...© George Chan / NPL
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