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One chrysalis is bursting at the seams! This is what is about to happen…

The newly emerged butterfly will spend its first two hours pumping hemolymph into its wings. In this way, the soft, folded wings will straighten out and become more solid, more flight-ready.

Comments

  1. #1 Hilary Minor
    May 26, 2010

    Just gorgeous!

  2. #2 sciencedude288
    May 31, 2010

    Brilliant stuff: patience+some technology=amazing images.

  3. #3 Nick
    July 23, 2010

    No way! Slow motion is the best! oooh… but I do like time lapse… and still photography is pretty awesome… or those wrap around shots like they did in the matrix where it’s just one moment but it’s a video so it’s from every possible angle?!!??

  4. #4 Don Webb
    September 15, 2010

    Cool stuff!

  5. #5 muhabbet
    November 9, 2010

    does she have a tramp stamp, or does she dream about getting one – perhaps a discrete tat depicting a suricate? Because if she likes small burrowing animals I can make her pain to go away

  6. #6 sikiş
    November 21, 2010

    We here at Zooillogix balked at the idea of ‘Zombie day’ on ScienceBlogs (and secretly loved it, too). What better example than the animal world to show TRUE zombie-ism at its best?

  7. #7 porno izle
    November 22, 2010

    No way! Slow motion is the best! oooh… but I do like time lapse… and still photography is pretty awesome… or those wrap around shots like they did in the matrix where it’s just one moment but it’s a video so it’s from every possible angle?!!??

  8. #8 sikiş
    November 24, 2010

    No way! Slow motion is the best! oooh… but I do like time lapse… and still photography is pretty awesome

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