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Images Dated 26th April 2004

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Gila Woodpecker - at Saguaro cactus flower Featured 26 Apr 2004 Image

Gila Woodpecker - at Saguaro cactus flower

CAN-2017
Gila Woodpecker - at Saguaro cactus flower
Arizona, USA
Melanerpes uropygialis
Feeds on nectar and insects which helps pollinate cactus. Makes holes in Saguaro for their nests which are then used by other birds. Common Sonoran desert resident
John Cancalosi
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© John Cancalosi/ardea.com

Abrahms Creek crossing Sparks Lane Cades Cove Great Smoky Mountains N.P. TN Featured 26 Apr 2004 Image

Abrahms Creek crossing Sparks Lane Cades Cove Great Smoky Mountains N.P. TN

Abrahms Creek crossing Sparks Lane, Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee

© Adam Jones / DanitaDelimont.com

Abrahms Creek, Adam Jones, Cades Cove, Country, Country Road, Countryside, Creek, Danita Delimont, Environment, Foliage, Forest, Great Smokey Mountains, Great Smoky Mountains, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Lane, National Park, Nature, Np, Park, Public Land, Rf, River, Road, Rural, Sparks Lane, Stream, Tennessee

Starfish and abalone, X-ray Featured 26 Apr 2004 Image

Starfish and abalone, X-ray

Starfish and abalone. Coloured X-ray of a starfish (class Asteroidea) and an abalone (Haliotis sp.). A starfish typically has 5 arms radiating outward from a central disc. Tube feet (not seen) located on the undersides of the arms are used for movement. A starfish does not have a brain. Instead, coordination is controlled by one or more rings of centrally-located nerves. An abalone is a mollusc, related to limpets and snails. Its flat shell contains a row of holes, through which inhaled sea water is expelled after respiration is complete. Several species of abalone are edible and are an important food source

© D. ROBERTS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY