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Nikon Small World 2016 Finalists

Mouse retinal ganglion cells. Photo by Dr. Keunyoung Kim

Nikon’s Small World Microphotography competition continues to celebrate all things tiny, fanged and gross. This year they’re inviting you to participate in the judging by picking your favorite finalists in the Popular Vote competition. Head over to the Popular Vote page to cast your ballot, and flip through the slides above to see some of our favorite entries.

Nikon Small World 2016 Finalists

Leg of a water boatman (Corixidae). Photo by Marek Mis

Nikon Small World 2016 Finalists

Actin (pink), mitochondria (black), and DNA (red) in a bovine pulmonary artery endothelial cell. Photo by Talley Lambert

Nikon Small World 2016 Finalists

Parts of wing-cover (elytron), abdominal segments and hind leg of a broad-shouldered leaf beetle (Oreina cacaliae). By Pia Scanlon

Nikon Small World 2016 Finalists

Egg of a Gulf Fritillary butterfly, Agraulis vanillae. Photo by David Millard

Nikon Small World 2016 Finalists

Wildflower stamens. Photo by Samuel Silberman

Nikon Small World 2016 Finalists

Scales of a butterfly wing underside (Vanessa atalanta). Photo by Francis Sneyers

Nikon Small World 2016 Finalists

Slime mold (Mixomicete). Photo by Jose Almodovar

Nikon Small World 2016 Finalists

Beta-alanine and taurine crystals. Photo by Matt Inman

Nikon Small World 2016 Finalists

Poison fangs of a centipede (Lithobius erythrocephalus). Photo by Walter Piorkowski

We told you there were fangs.

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