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Images Dated 4th December 2002

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Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Dusky Moorhen Melbourne Botanic Gardens, Vic. Australia

Dusky Moorhen Melbourne Botanic Gardens, Vic. Australia
DH-2997 Dusky Moorhen Melbourne Botanic Gardens, Vic. Australia Gallinula tenebrosa Don Hadden Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Superb FairyWren Male Melbourne Botanic Gardens, Vic, Australia

Superb FairyWren Male Melbourne Botanic Gardens, Vic, Australia
DH-3002 Superb Fairy Wren - Male Melbourne Botanic Gardens, Vic, Australia Malurus cyaneus cyanochlamys Don Hadden Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: South America Peru Machu Picchu Morning

South America Peru Machu Picchu Morning

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: South America Peru Machu Picchu Terracing

South America Peru Machu Picchu Terracing

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Hip bones, X-ray

Hip bones, X-ray
Hip joints. Coloured X-ray of a womans groin and upper legs, revealing the bones that form her hip joints. The left hip (identical to the right one) is at upper left in this rear view

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: 2002 Autosport Awards Grosvenor House, London. 1st December 2002

2002 Autosport Awards Grosvenor House, London. 1st December 2002. Jean Alesi presents Tom Wheatcroft with the Gregor Grant Award. World Copyright - Bloxham/ LAT Photographic

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: 2002 Autosport Awards Grosvenor House, London. 1st December 2002

2002 Autosport Awards Grosvenor House, London. 1st December 2002. Tom Wheatcroft wins the Gregor Grant Award. World Copyright - Bloxham/ LAT Photographic

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Tourists watch the sun being blocked by the moon during a solar eclipse in the Australian outback

Tourists watch the sun being blocked by the moon during a solar eclipse in the Australian outback
Tourists watch the sun being blocked by the moon during a solar eclipsein the Australian outback town of Lyndhurst, located around 700 kilometres (437 miles) north of Adelaide December 4, 2002

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: A SOLAR ECLIPSE OCCURS ABOVE THE AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK TOWN OF LYNDHURST

A SOLAR ECLIPSE OCCURS ABOVE THE AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK TOWN OF LYNDHURST
Tourists watch the sun being blocked by the moon during a solar eclipse in the Australian outback town of Lyndhurst, located around 700 kilometres (437 miles) north of Adelaide December 4, 2002

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: 2002 Autosport Awards

2002 Autosport Awards Grosvenor House, London. 1st December 2002. James Thompson receives BRDC Silver Star from the Duke of Kent and Sir Jackie Stewart. World Copyright - Bloxham/ LAT Photographic

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Warfare

Warfare

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Fennel stem, SEM

Fennel stem, SEM
Fennel stem. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a cluster of fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) flowers on a stem, seen from below. Magnification unknown

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: South America Peru Machu Picchu Doorway

South America Peru Machu Picchu Doorway

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: South America Peru Machu Picchu Overview

South America Peru Machu Picchu Overview

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Bushfire Sydney

Bushfire Sydney
Rural Fire Service personnel attempting to put out bushfires that swept through the northwest Sydney suburb of Glenorie

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Mite on a fly, SEM

Mite on a fly, SEM
Mite. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an unidentified mite (order Acari) on the head of a fly (eye at upper left, red). The mites are tiny relatives of the spider

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Mosquito, SEM

Mosquito, SEM
Mosquito. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an unidentified mosquito (family Culicidae). The two large, multi-faceted compound eyes (red) dominate the head (upper left)

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Mosquito balance organ, SEM

Mosquito balance organ, SEM
Mosquito balance organ. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the balance organ (haltere) of an unidentified mosquito (family Culicidae)

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Ant feet, SEM

Ant feet, SEM
Ant feet. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the tip of two legs from an ant (family Formicidae). The end of an insect leg consists of the final segment, which is called the tarsus

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Mosquito body surface, SEM

Mosquito body surface, SEM
Mosquito body surface. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of overlapping scales on the body surface of an unidentified mosquito (family Culicidae). Magnification unknown

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Ant head, SEM

Ant head, SEM
Ant head. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an unidentified ant (family Formicidae). One of its compound eyes (red) is seen on its head

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Mosquito body surface, SEM

Mosquito body surface, SEM
Mosquito body surface. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of overlapping scales on the body surface of an unidentified mosquito (family Culicidae). Magnification unknown

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Moth eye lens, SEM

Moth eye lens, SEM
Moth eye. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a lens in a compound eye from a moth (order Lepidoptera). Compound eyes are made up of many of these lenses called ommatidia

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Mosquito proboscis, SEM

Mosquito proboscis, SEM
Mosquito proboscis. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the tip of the proboscis of an unidentified female mosquito (family Culicidae)

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Hover fly antenna, SEM

Hover fly antenna, SEM
Hover fly antenna. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the base of the antenna of a hover fly (family Syrphidae)

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Ant head, SEM

Ant head, SEM
Ant head. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an unidentified ant (family Formicidae). One of its compound eyes (green) is seen on its head

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Naked woman

Naked woman
MODEL RELEASED. Naked woman

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Hip bones, X-ray

Hip bones, X-ray
Hip joints. Coloured X-ray of a womans groin and upper legs, revealing the bones that form her hip joints. The left hip (identical to the right one) is at upper left in this rear view

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Double hip replacement, X-ray

Double hip replacement, X-ray
Double hip replacement. Coloured X-ray of a female patients hips with two prosthetic hip implants (white). Each implant is embedded in a hole drilled into its femur (thigh bone)

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: DNA microarray

DNA microarray, illustration. DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) microarray technology allows biologists to study thousands of genes at once

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Flowers held by happy woman

Flowers held by happy woman
MODEL RELEASED. Flowers held by happy woman

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Forest plantation of coniferous trees

Forest plantation of coniferous trees. A sign reads " New forest. Naturally seeded. 1920." Photographed on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, in the 1990s

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Bracken spores, SEM

Bracken spores, SEM
Bracken spores. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the leaves of a bracken plant (Pteridium aquilinum). The undersides of the leaves are covered in spore-containing sacs known as

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Diatom algae, SEM

Diatom algae, SEM
Diatoms. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of two unidentified diatoms (round). These planktonic unicellular algae have silica in their cell walls (frustules). Magnification unknown

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Sectioned leaf, SEM

Sectioned leaf, SEM
Leaf tissue structure. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a freeze-fracture through a rose plant (Rosa sp. ) leaf. The leaf cells are the rectangular shapes in the fracture plane

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Pumpkin petal, SEM

Pumpkin petal, SEM
Pumpkin petal. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the surface of a pumpkin petal (Cucurbita sp. ). The petal is covered in tiny epidermal hairs (trichomes)

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Formula One Testing: Olivier Panis Toyota

Formula One Testing: Olivier Panis Toyota
Olivier Panis (FRA) Toyota Formula One Testing, Barcelona, Spain 4 December 2002 DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Formula One Testing: Romain Dumas Renault

Formula One Testing: Romain Dumas Renault
Romain Dumas (FRA) Renault Formula One Testing, Barcelona, Spain 4 December 2002 DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Formula One Testing: Tiago Monteiro Renault R202

Formula One Testing: Tiago Monteiro Renault R202
Tiago Monteiro (POR) Renault R202. Formula One Testing, Barcelona, Spain 4 December 2002 DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Formula One Testing: Fernando Alonso Renault

Formula One Testing: Fernando Alonso Renault
Fernando Alonso (ESP) Renault Formula One Testing, Barcelona, Spain 4 December 2002 DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Formula One Testing: Alex Wurz McLaren: Formula One Testing, Barcelona, Spain 4 December 2002

Formula One Testing: Alex Wurz McLaren: Formula One Testing, Barcelona, Spain 4 December 2002
Alex Wurz (AUT) McLaren Formula One Testing, Barcelona, Spain 4 December 2002 DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Formula One World Championship: The podium finishers 2nd Pedro Rodriguez BRM

Formula One World Championship: The podium finishers 2nd Pedro Rodriguez BRM, 1st Bruce McLaren McLaren
The podium finishers (L-R) 2nd Pedro Rodriguez (MEX) BRM, 1st Bruce McLaren (NZL) McLaren, 3rd Jacky Ickx (BEL) Ferrari. Formula One World Championship, Rd4, Belgian Grand Prix, Spa-Francorchamps

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Formula One World Championship: Denny Hulme McLaren Cosworth M7A

Formula One World Championship: Denny Hulme McLaren Cosworth M7A, leads Jackie Stewart Matra Cosworth MS10
Denny Hulme (NZL) McLaren Cosworth M7A, leads Jackie Stewart (GBR) Matra Cosworth MS10. Hulme retired and Stewart finished the race in fourth place

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Superb Fairy Wren Female Melbourne Botanic Gardens, Vic, Australia

Superb Fairy Wren Female Melbourne Botanic Gardens, Vic, Australia
DH-3003 Superb Fairy Wren - Female Melbourne Botanic Gardens, Vic, Australia. Malurus cyaneus cyanochlamys Don Hadden Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageImages Dated 4th December 2002: Grey Fantail Melbourne Botanic Gardens, Victoria, Australia

Grey Fantail Melbourne Botanic Gardens, Victoria, Australia
DH-2900 Grey Fantail Melbourne Botanic Gardens, Victoria, Australia. Rhipidura fuliginosa Don Hadden Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only


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