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Images Dated 20th July 2015

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Recruiting poster for the 7th Regiment of Light Dragoons Featured 20 Jul 2015 Image

Recruiting poster for the 7th Regiment of Light Dragoons

Recruiting poster for the 7th (or The Queen?s Own) Regiment of (Light Dragoons), 1809.The 7th (or The Queen?s Own) Regiment of (Light Dragoons) had served in Sir John Moore?s Spanish campaign of 1808-1809. His army was forced to retreat and was evacuated by sea from Corunna in Jan 1809. The regiment suffered heavy casualties in the campaign and 70 more men were lost when the troopship taking them home was shipwrecked off the Cornish coast. On its return to England the regiment began recruiting to replace the losses. Date: 1809

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Crustaceans, lithograph, published in 1868 Featured 20 Jul 2015 Image

Crustaceans, lithograph, published in 1868

Crustaceans: Top row: Barnacles (Elminius modestus), Mantis crab (Squilla mantis), Goose barnacles (Pedunculata), Mantis shrimp (Odontodactylus scyllarus), Squat lobster (Galathea strigosa), Hermit crab (Pagurus Bernhardus), Sand bubbler crab (Scopimera globosa). Lithograph, published in 1868

© ZU_09

482072178, Animal Th, Gooseneck Barnacle, Malacostraca, Sea Life, Squat Lobster

Ancient Sierra Juniper (Eriogonum incanum), Lake Tahoe region, California, USA Featured 20 Jul 2015 Image

Ancient Sierra Juniper (Eriogonum incanum), Lake Tahoe region, California, USA

Eriogonum incanum is a species of wild buckwheat known by the common name frosted buckwheat. It is native to the Sierra Nevada of California and extreme western Nevada. It is also known from Oregon. This is a dioecious perennial herb which forms mats up to 20 centimeters tall and 30 wide, sometimes quite a bit smaller. It has clusters of woolly, petioled leaves one to two centimeters long which form a gray-green or yellowish layer on the sandy soil or among rocks. The plant bears dense, rounded clusters of flowers, sometimes on erect stalks, which are yellow, red, or both. Male plants produce staminate flowers 2 or 3 millimetres wide and female plants produce slightly larger pistillate flowers

© Howie Garber / Danita Delimont