Scanning electron micrograph of the ventral surface of the mandibles of a larval antlion, otherwise known as a "doodlebug"
By The Scientist Staff | February 6, 2013
PUBLIC HEALTH IMAGE LIBRARY, JANICE HANEY CARR
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