BMC Ecology and Evolution Image Competition 2022 unveils stunning photos(1/9)

2022-08-22 16:09:03 Editor :Li Yan

The fruiting body of a parasitic fungus erupts from the body of a fly. (Photo: Agencies/Roberto Garcia-Roa)

Stunning images of nature's weird and wonderful were unveiled in photo competition, which was created to give ecologists and evolutionary biologists the opportunity to creatively celebrate their research to highlight the need to protect.

A waxwing flies away with a rowan berry. (Photo: Agencies/Alwin Hardenbol)

A bat locates its dinner by tuning into a frog's mating call. (Photo: Agencies/Alexander T. Baugh)

A group of African elephants shelter from the Sun under a baobab tree. (Photo: Agencies/Samantha Kreling)

A male wood frog clings to an egg mass. (Photo: Agencies/Lindsey Swierk)

Gliding treefrog siblings within their eggs are seen at an early development stage. (Photo: Agencies/Brandon Andre Guell)

An anole lizard uses a bubble of air to breathe underwater. (Photo: Agencies/Lindsey Swierk)

Researchers perform fieldwork during thunderstorms in the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo: Agencies/Jeferson Ribeiro Amaral)

A researcher is pictured among thousands of reproducing gliding treefrogs.(Photo: Agencies/Brandon Andre Guell)

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