A photographer registered impressive egg images of insects that are deposited on different surfaces.
The Swiss photographer Martin Oeggerli used a known equipment as electron microscope of sweepings (WITHOUT), that he produces images in high resolution of surfaces.
The images are generated in white black color and, but Oeggerli colored the photos using the original images of each surface.
The photos had been produced in set with the institute Prüftechnik Uri and the school of applied sciences FHNW, both in Switzerland.
The images had been subject of news article of the edition of September of the magazine National Geographic, that brings eight photos in high definition of eggs of butterflies and chinch-bugs.