Caudal gill of a dragonfly larva
Stunning Timelapse of a Dragonfly Growing Wings
Caudal Gill Of A Dragonfly Larva - Nikon Macro Photography Contest 2016
Dragonfly larvae Fossils
Garden Tiger moth which normally flies at night and is less often seen than its Woolly Bear caterpillars.
Dragonfly larvae hunting backswimmers (#217)
Watch a dragonfly grow its wings in this wonderful time-lapse video : TreeHugger
NAGATORO et GALET / Naonori Yago / 矢後直規
Fringed water lily, Nymphoides peltata, floats on the water's surface. It has yellow flowers, and rounded leaves that provide shelter to pond creatures such as tadpoles and dragonfly larvae.
Finalists of Nikon Small World 2016, the Microphotography Competition — The best photographs of the year taken with the help of a light microscope.