The Top 14 Small World Photos Of 2019 Are Released By Nikon!

Over 2000 photographers submitted their photos for Nikon Small World Photo Micrography Competition 2019. The competition has been held by Nikon for 45 years and finally winners are announced!

14. A pair of ovaries from an adult Drosophila female

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Dr. Yujun Chen and Dr. Jocelyn McDonald captured the photo using Confocal, 10X[Objective Lens Magnification]

13. Mosquito Larva

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Anne Algar, used Polarizing Light, Image Stacking and utilized 4x (Objective Lens Magnification). *Kill it now*

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12. Vitamin C

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Karl Deckart used Polarized Light and utilized 4x (Objective Lens Magnification). Looks Like a peacock’s feather. Or the eye of a mystical fluffy creature.

11. Pregnant Daphnia magna (small planktonic crustacean)

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Marek Miś, used Polarized Light, Image Stacking, and utilized 4x (Objective Lens Magnification).

10. SnowFlake

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It is captured by Caleb Foster and he used transmitted light and used 4X[Objective Lens mangnification]

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9. Frozen Water Droplet

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Captured by Grazon Christian at Quintin, Cotes-d’Armor, France using Incident Light technique, 8x (Objective Lens Magnification)

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8. Alligator embryo developing nerves and skeleton

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Captured by Daniel Smith Paredes using Immunofluorescence, 10x (Objective Lens Magnification).

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7. Small White Spider

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Captured by Javier Rupérez, using Reflected Light, Image stacking, and 20X[Objective Lens Magnification]

6. Cuprite (mineral composed of copper oxide)

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Dr. Emilio Carabajal Márquez captured the picture using Focus stacking and 20X[Objective Lens Magnification]

5.Female Oxyopes dumonti (lynx)

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Captured by Antoine Franck using Focus Stacking technique, 1X[Objective Lens magnification]

4. Male Mosquito

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This is my favorite. Do you know that every pores you see acts as a lens for Male mosquito? The photo is captured by Jan Rosenboom, using Focus Stacking, 6.3x (Objective Lens Magnification).

3. Housefly Compound Eye pattern

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Dr. Razvan Cornel Constantin captured the picture using Focus Stacking, Reflected light and 50x (Objective Lens Magnification).

2. Single-cell freshwater protozoans

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Dr. Igor Siwanowicz captured the photo using the Confocal technique and utilized 40x (Objective Lens Magnification)

1. The Winner of the competition

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Teresa Zgoda & Teresa Kugler captured the photo suing  Fluorescence and utilized 5x (Objective Lens Magnification).