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The moment of unfolding of H. axyridis hindwings.
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The DS of the hindwing of H. axyridis in an unfolded state (a) and a folded state (b). (c) shows th...
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(a) A SEM photograph of the ventral side of H. axyridis elytra; (b, g) the second-level microtrichi...
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(a) SEM photograph of the abdominal terga of H. axyridis; (b, c, d) the pattern of microtrichial ar...
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The contact angles for CAI, CAII, and CAIII for H. axyridis hindwings.
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The hindwing folding and unfolding processes of H. axyridis. (a–g) Dynamic views of folding acquire...
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The interlocking model of hindwings of the H. axyridis. (a–d) show the interlocking model of a H. a...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 812–823, doi:10.3762/bjnano.9.75
(A) and (B) C. japonicus, excised hind wings in folded state (C) and unfolded state (D), where C is...
The unfolding process of the hind wings of C. japonicus captured by a high-speed camera.
The cross sections of (A) the wing base (C-S1), (B) the posterior part of the wing (C-S2) and (C) t...
Fluorescence flow sequence in an unfolding hind wing of C. japonicus, captured using a retinal came...
The change in blood pressure in the veins of the hind wings as a function of time.
The blood pressure is proportional to the length of the wings and the body mass.
The simulation results of static pressure in a vein of a hind wing.
Blood flow changes in the venation of a hind wing of C. japonicus at the entrance (A); pressure cha...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2016, 7, 904–913, doi:10.3762/bjnano.7.82
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