Using a combination of stereomicroscopy and autofluoresence, American photographer Teresa Zgoda captures the intricate visual poetry of a chameleon embryo.
The photograph received an honourable mention in the 2018 Nikon Small World photomicrography competition. More entries can be found here.
Originally published by Cosmos as A psychedelic chameleon
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