Time-lapse Sphinx moth egg hatches under microscope
A tiny 1/32" long egg of the Pacific Green Sphinx Moth [Arctonotus lucidus] hatches under the microscope. The larva can be clearly seen though the transparent eggshell as it chews its way out. The magnification is 100x and the event is presented in 72x time-lapse. The music is "Blown Glass" from the "Ruins II" CD by TECHNICIAN. (c)2007 JCMDI.COM, and the Hi-Res version of this video is available on DVD at http://technician.jcmdi.com/lepdvd01/lepdvd01.html for details.
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