Insect anatomy, 17th-century microsopy

Insect anatomy, 17th-century microsopy

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Caption: Insect anatomy. 17th-century drawings of the anatomy of a winged insect as observed under the microscope by the Italian physician and microscopist Marcello Malpighi (1628-1694). This is plate IX from a volume of Malpighi's 'Opera omnia' (1686).

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