Image Galleries

Links to all of the image galleries on the NIGHTSEA site.

General

In the Lab

Royal Blue excitation with yellow barrier filter. One of each of the 5 fluorescent seed types - bright green, weak green, control, bright red, weak red.
Fluorescent Arabidopsis seeds – NIGHTSEA Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter
Axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum), fluorescence (c) Charles Mazel
Fluorescent Axolotl – NIGHTSEA Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter
YFP C. elegans. (c) NIGHTSEA/Charles Mazel
Fluorescent C. elegans – NIGHTSEA Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter
Adult Drosophila, UAS-Tomato Tubulin GAL4  (c) Charles Mazel
Fluorescent Drosophila – NIGHTSEA Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter
Mouse with actin labeled with DsRed (c) Charles Mazel
Fluorescent Proteins in the Laboratory
Stage 37-38 X. laevis, messenger RNA injected ubiquitous GFP and membrane RFP. Photograph © NIGHTSEA/Charles Mazel
Fluorescent Xenopus – NIGHTSEA Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter
Zebrafish - GFP fluorescence   (c) Charles Mazel
Fluorescent Zebrafish – NIGHTSEA Stereo Microscope Fluorescence Adapter
Stereo microscope fluorescence photograph of a burr, with focus stacking (c) Charles Mazel
Natural Fluorescence under the Microscope

In Your World

Stereo microscope fluorescence photograph of a burr, with focus stacking (c) Charles Mazel
Natural Fluorescence under the Microscope

Marine Science

Coral polyp on settlement tile - fluorescence.   (c) Alina Szmant
Coral Recruitment through the Microscope

Photography

Reef Aquarium

(c) Aquatic Prints
Aquarium Fluorescence Photographs by Mitchell Brown

Sport Diving

Fluo Orangutan Crab (Achaeus japonicus) (c) Alex Tyrrell
Underwater Fluorescence Photographs – Alex Tyrrell, Philippines and Thailand
(c) Barry Shively
Underwater Fluorescence Photographs – Barry Shively
Brown cup coral (Paracyathus stearnsi)     (c) Chris Grossman, diver.net
Underwater Fluorescence Photographs – Chris Grossman, California Channel Islands and Cocos Island, Costa Rica
(c) David DelBiondo
Underwater Fluorescence Photographs – David DelBiondo, Bonaire
Large star coral (Montastraea cavernosa) fluorescing (c) Steve Kopp
Underwater Fluorescence Photographs – Digital Shootout Bonaire 2011
Fluorescing nudibranch (Cyerce cristallina). (c) Lureen Ferretti
Underwater Fluorescence Photographs – Digital Shootout Bonaire 2013
Black headed blenny (Triperygion sp.) (c) Kerim Sabuncuoglu
Underwater Fluorescence Photographs – Kerim Sabuncuoglu, Turkey
Moray (c) Kevin Deacon
Underwater Fluorescence Photographs – Kevin Deacon, Australia
Cave salamander (Proteus anguinus) (c) Matej Simonic
Underwater Fluorescence Photographs – Matej Simonic, caves and Adriatic
Fireworm and coral (c) Norman Wei
Underwater Fluorescence Photographs – Norman Wei, Bonaire
(c) Robert Smith
Underwater Fluorescence Photographs – Robert Smith, Turks & Caicos
Fluorescing eel (c) Shawn Miller
Underwater Fluorescence Photographs – Shawn Miller, Okinawa
(c) Solomon Baksh
Underwater Fluorescence Photographs – Solomon Baksh, Trinidad
Fluorescing anemone, Dumaguete, Philippines (c) Tim Neumann
Underwater Fluorescence Photographs – Various Photographers
Bristleworms (c) Wayne MacWilliams. The red is not fluorescence - Wayne used a separate red light to supplement the green fluorescence.
Underwater Fluorescence Photographs – Wayne MacWilliams, Blue Heron Bridge
Tunicate (c) Wayne MacWilliams
Underwater Fluorescence Photographs – Wayne MacWilliams, Wakatobi
(c) ZsuzsannaPusztai
Underwater Fluorescence Photographs – Zsuzsanna Pusztai, Bonaire