Bee Louse, Rheinberg Illumination

Bee Louse, Rheinberg Illumination

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Credit: M. I. Walker/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Bee louse (Braula coeca). This wingless fly is a parasite of the honeybee (Apis mellifera). It attaches itself to the body of the bee where it feeds on food from the bee's mouth. Magnification 15x at 35mm.

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Keywords: animal, bee lice, bee louse, biological, biology, braula, braula coeca, braulidae, dark field, dark field illumination, dark ground microscopy, darkfield, diptera, fly, insect, insecta, micrograph, micrography, microscope, microscopy, nature, parasite, parasitic, pest, rheinberg illumination, wingless, zoology

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