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Images Dated 17th February 2005

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South-east Greenland - from the air. Late winter Featured 17 Feb 2005 Image

South-east Greenland - from the air. Late winter

ROG-11826
South-east Greenland - from the air. Late winter.
Bob Gibbons
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© ? Bob Gibbons/ardea.com

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[Dc] Hawaii, Oahu, Split View Of A School Of Racoon Butterflyfish (Chaetodon Lunula) Along Reef And Mountain Range Featured 17 Feb 2005 Image

[Dc] Hawaii, Oahu, Split View Of A School Of Racoon Butterflyfish (Chaetodon Lunula) Along Reef And Mountain Range

© Dave Fleetham / Design Pics

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Rotifer Featured 17 Feb 2005 Image

Rotifer

Light micrograph of Rotaria a common bdelloid rotifer. Rotifers are roundworms & are found in abundance in freshwater. They also inhabit waterlogged mosses, damp earth & a few are found in the sea. This freshwater specimen is feeding among organically encrusted algal filaments. Rotifers are divided into three sections, head, trunk & foot. The head region is crowned with a ring of cilia & contains two eye spots (both visible here). In motion, Rotaria loops along like a leech or uses the current created by the beating cilia to propel itself through the water. Magnification X100 at 35mm size (dark field illumination)

© JOHN WALSH/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY