Feather Stars (crinoids) and their look-alike camouflaged. Tiny little commensal crustaceans that live camouflaged and hidden among the feathery arms and striking colors of a crinoids' arms! Presumably, the crinoids provide some protection from predators.
Peacock feather under a microscope - this is not beadwork but I can imagine these colors/texture stitched together in spiral seed bead work. The image breaks the palette down very nicely Knit texture ideas
Noone would ever notice this guy.The wrap-around spider has a broad flattened abdomen which it wraps snugly around twigs, and with its bark textures skin and coloring it becomes almost impossible to spot, it relies on its camouflage to ambush insects
Bright blue Lionfish snagged first place in the 2013 underwater photo contest portrait category. Steven Kovacs of Florida snapped this image during a night dive in Roatan, Honduras. Blue on Black Credit: Steven Kovacs, Florida
SO BEAUTIFUL! Their bodies look like tiny branches and their wings look like leaves on this tree! Dragonfly Flower "These dragonflies spend the night on these dried branches and camouflaged as flowers.