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Translucent white nematodes emerging from an insect host

 Image Number D4794-1

Tiny unsegmented worms, called nematodes, kill insects, and when sprayed on agricultural fields represent a natural alternative to insecticides. Here, the translucent white nematodes, Oscheius onirici can be seen emerging from an insect host.


Photo by Shane Foye

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