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Springtail (Salina sp), Mount Kinabalu National Park, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia
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00572592 Springtail (Salina sp), Mount Kinabalu National Park, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia© Paul Bertner
Springtail (Neanuridae), Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park, Sumatra, Indonesia
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00572382 Springtail (Neanuridae), Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park, Sumatra, Indonesia© Paul Bertner
Springtail, Suriname  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00498575 Springtail, Suriname© Piotr Naskrecki
Springtail, Suriname  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00498543 Springtail, Suriname© Piotr Naskrecki
Snow Springtail (Hypogastrura harveyi) on snow, Massachusetts  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00477000 Snow Springtail (Hypogastrura harveyi) on snow, Massachusetts© Piotr Naskrecki
Earwig-like Entroph (Japygidae), Mamang River Forest Reserve, Ghana  -  Piotr Naskrecki
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00427076 Earwig-like Entroph (Japygidae), Mamang River Forest Reserve, Ghana© Piotr Naskrecki
Ant (Lophomyrmex sp) carrying back springtail prey, Borneo  -  Mark Moffett
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00091250 Ant (Lophomyrmex sp) carrying back springtail prey, Borneo© Mark Moffett
Springtail (Dicyrtomina ornata) pair, Drenthe, Netherlands  -  Jan van Duinen/ NiS
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00553135 Springtail (Dicyrtomina ornata) pair, Drenthe, Netherlands© Jan van Duinen/ NiS
Springtail (Isotoma anglicana) feeding on Springtail (Isotoma anglicana) larvae, Drenthe, Netherlands  -  Jan van Duinen/ NiS
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00553027 Springtail (Isotoma anglicana) feeding on Springtail (Isotoma anglicana) larvae, Drenthe, Netherlands© Jan van Duinen/ NiS
Springtail (Orchesella cincta), Drenthe, Netherlands  -  Jan van Duinen/ NiS
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00553026 Springtail (Orchesella cincta), Drenthe, Netherlands© Jan van Duinen/ NiS
Springtail (Isotomurus palustris) larvae, Groningen, Netherlands  -  Jan van Duinen/ NiS
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00553025 Springtail (Isotomurus palustris) larvae, Groningen, Netherlands© Jan van Duinen/ NiS
Springtail (Vertagopus arboreus), Drenthe, Netherlands  -  Jan van Duinen/ NiS
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00553024 Springtail (Vertagopus arboreus), Drenthe, Netherlands© Jan van Duinen/ NiS
Water Springtail (Podura aquatica) group, Groningen, Netherlands  -  Jan van Duinen/ NiS
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00552407 Water Springtail (Podura aquatica) group, Groningen, Netherlands© Jan van Duinen/ NiS
Water Springtail (Podura aquatica) pair, Europe  -  Jan van Arkel/ NiS
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00278970 Water Springtail (Podura aquatica) pair, Europe© Jan van Arkel/ NiS
Water Springtail (Podura aquatica) on vegetation, very common, often found in ponds and puddles, Europe  -  Jan van Arkel/ NiS
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00278969 Water Springtail (Podura aquatica) on vegetation, very common, often found in ponds and puddles, Europe© Jan van Arkel/ NiS
Toothed Wrack (Fucus serratus), Clam Worm (Nereis pelagica), Butterfish (Pholis gunnellus), etc showing diversityh of North Sea marine life, Oosterschelde National Park, Netherlands
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00562550 Toothed Wrack (Fucus serratus), Clam Worm (Nereis pelagica), Butterfish (Pholis gunnellus), etc showing diversityh of North Sea marine life, Oosterschelde National Park, Netherlands© Nico van Kappel/ Buiten-beeld
Marine Springtail (Anurida maritima) group feeding on a beached jellyfish, Netherlands
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00562529 Marine Springtail (Anurida maritima) group feeding on a beached jellyfish, Netherlands© Nico van Kappel/ Buiten-beeld
Ostracod (Conchoecissa ametra), a deep sea species, Atlantic Ocean  -  Solvin Zankl/ npl
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00422825 Ostracod (Conchoecissa ametra), a deep sea species, Atlantic Ocean© Solvin Zankl/ npl
Ostracod (Ostracoda sp) adult, on sand at night, Seraya, Bali, Lesser Sunda Islands, Indonesia, April  -  Colin Marshall/ FLPA
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80179036 Ostracod (Ostracoda sp) adult, on sand at night, Seraya, Bali, Lesser Sunda Islands, Indonesia, April© Colin Marshall / FLPA
Springtails, Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique
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00585856 Springtails, Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique© Piotr Naskrecki
Springtail on leaf, Warnsborn Estate, Arnhem, Gelderland, Netherlands
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00597876 Springtail on leaf, Warnsborn Estate, Arnhem, Gelderland, Netherlands© Chris Ruijter/ NIS
Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...
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90791374 Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...© Solvin Zankl
Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...
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90791373 Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...© Solvin Zankl
Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...
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90791372 Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or defenc...© Solvin Zankl
Photographer Solvin Zankl taking pictures of the Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) and Firefly squid (Watasenia scintillans) Japan, May 2017.
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90791371 Photographer Solvin Zankl taking pictures of the Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) and Firefly squid (Watasenia scintillans) Japan, May 2017.© Solvin Zankl
Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii)  washed up on shore, producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mati...
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90791370 Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) washed up on shore, producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mati...© Solvin Zankl
Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii)  washed up on shore, producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mati...
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90791369 Bioluminescent Sea-fireflies (Vargula hilgendorfii) washed up on shore, producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mati...© Solvin Zankl
Bioluminescent Sea-firefliy (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or prey de...
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90791368 Bioluminescent Sea-firefliy (Vargula hilgendorfii) producing a bright blue light. The light is produced by mixing two chemicals together in the presence of oxygen and is for mating displays or prey de...© Solvin Zankl
Ostracods / sea fireflies are little crustaceans living in the ocean. In the Caribbean coral reefs Ostracods use bioluminescent light for their mating display, like fireflies. Photographed for the fir...
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90754857 Ostracods / sea fireflies are little crustaceans living in the ocean. In the Caribbean coral reefs Ostracods use bioluminescent light for their mating display, like fireflies. Photographed for the fir...© Solvin Zankl
Ostracods are little Crustaceans living in the ocean. In the Caribbean coral reefs  Ostracods use bioluminescent light on there mating display, like fireflies. That is why they are called sea fireflie...
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90754856 Ostracods are little Crustaceans living in the ocean. In the Caribbean coral reefs Ostracods use bioluminescent light on there mating display, like fireflies. That is why they are called sea fireflie...© Solvin Zankl
Ostracod (Gigantocypris muelleri) Atlantic Ocean off Cape Verde. Captive.
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90734421 Ostracod (Gigantocypris muelleri) Atlantic Ocean off Cape Verde. Captive.© Solvin Zankl
Ostrocod (Macrocypridina castanea) pair with shells about 7 mm long, Atlantic Ocean  -  Solvin Zankl/ npl
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00422878 Ostrocod (Macrocypridina castanea) pair with shells about 7 mm long, Atlantic Ocean© Solvin Zankl/ npl
Ostrocod (Gigantocypris muelleri), Atlantic Ocean  -  Solvin Zankl/ npl
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00422850 Ostrocod (Gigantocypris muelleri), Atlantic Ocean© Solvin Zankl/ npl
Ostrocod (Paramollicia rhynchena), a deep sea species, Atlantic Ocean  -  Solvin Zankl/ npl
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00422846 Ostrocod (Paramollicia rhynchena), a deep sea species, Atlantic Ocean© Solvin Zankl/ npl
Two-pronged Bristletail (Campodea sp), native to Europe  -  Kim Taylor/ npl
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00416597 Two-pronged Bristletail (Campodea sp), native to Europe© Kim Taylor/ npl
Two-pronged Bristletail (Campodea sp), native to Europe  -  Kim Taylor/ npl
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00416596 Two-pronged Bristletail (Campodea sp), native to Europe© Kim Taylor/ npl
Two-pronged Bristletail (Campodea sp), native to Europe  -  Kim Taylor/ npl
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00416595 Two-pronged Bristletail (Campodea sp), native to Europe© Kim Taylor/ npl
Marine Springtail (Anurida maritima) group in tidepool, England  -  Kim Taylor/ npl
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00416265 Marine Springtail (Anurida maritima) group in tidepool, England© Kim Taylor/ npl
Ostrocod (Gigantocypris sp) tiny crustacean, Cape Verde Island, Atlantic Ocean  -  David Shale/ npl
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00412197 Ostrocod (Gigantocypris sp) tiny crustacean, Cape Verde Island, Atlantic Ocean© David Shale/ npl
Ostracod (Cythere albomaculata) x  -  D.P. Wilson/ FLPA
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80006051 Ostracod (Cythere albomaculata) x© D P Wilson / FLPA
Ostracod (Order podocopa)  -  B. Borrell Casals/ FLPA
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80006050 Ostracod (Order podocopa)© B. Borrell Casals / FLPA
Sea Firefly (Vargula hilgendorfii) group showing bioluminescence, Chiba, Japan  -  Yamamoto Noriaki/ Nature Product
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00545645 Sea Firefly (Vargula hilgendorfii) group showing bioluminescence, Chiba, Japan© Yamamoto Noriaki/ Nature Production
Sea Firefly (Vargula hilgendorfii) bioluminescens, Chiba, Japan  -  Noriaki Yamamoto/ Nature Product
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00485935 Sea Firefly (Vargula hilgendorfii) bioluminescens, Chiba, Japan© Noriaki Yamamoto/ Nature Production
Sea Firefly (Vargula hilgendorfii) bioluminescens, Chiba, Japan  -  Noriaki Yamamoto/ Nature Product
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00485934 Sea Firefly (Vargula hilgendorfii) bioluminescens, Chiba, Japan© Noriaki Yamamoto/ Nature Production
Springtail (Lobella sp), Tokyo, Japan  -  Yosei Minagoshi/ Nature Producti
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00484553 Springtail (Lobella sp), Tokyo, Japan© Yosei Minagoshi/ Nature Production
Two-pronged Bristletail (Lepidocampa weberi), Kumamoto, Japan  -  Yosei Minagoshi/ Nature Producti
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00484551 Two-pronged Bristletail (Lepidocampa weberi), Kumamoto, Japan© Yosei Minagoshi/ Nature Production
Japygid (Occasjapyx japonicus), Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan  -  Yosei Minagoshi/ Nature Producti
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00484539 Japygid (Occasjapyx japonicus), Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan© Yosei Minagoshi/ Nature Production
Springtail (Ptenothrix denticulata), Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan  -  Yosei Minagoshi/ Nature Producti
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00484538 Springtail (Ptenothrix denticulata), Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan© Yosei Minagoshi/ Nature Production
Springtail (Hypogastrura armata) group, Tokyo, Japan  -  Yosei Minagoshi/ Nature Producti
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00484537 Springtail (Hypogastrura armata) group, Tokyo, Japan© Yosei Minagoshi/ Nature Production
Springtail (Pogonognathellus sp), Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan  -  Yosei Minagoshi/ Nature Producti
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00405917 Springtail (Pogonognathellus sp), Hachioji, Tokyo, Japan© Yosei Minagoshi/ Nature Production
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