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Frog eye, light micrograph Featured Related Images Print

Frog eye, light micrograph

Frog eye. Light micrograph of a section through the eye of a frog. Most amphibians, such as frogs and salamanders, have color vision, even though they may be restricted to narrower bands of the visible color spectrum than are humans. There are at least four types of photoreceptors or optical sensors with different chemical composition that allow visualisation of different amounts of color by amphibians. Since amphibians have been around a long time and have adapted to a variety of environments, their eye configurations vary slightly for different environments. Amphibian eyes contain photoreceptors like those of some fish. Magnification: x25 when printed at 10 centimetres wide

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Chinese fire-bellied newt (Cynops orientalis) Featured Related Images Print

Chinese fire-bellied newt (Cynops orientalis)

Chinese fire-bellied newt (Cynops orientalis), a small salamander, up to only 10 cm long. It exudes toxin from its skin. Studio image. Native to southern China

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Hereford World Map, c.1280, 1944. Creator: Richard de Bello Featured Related Images Print

Hereford World Map, c.1280, 1944. Creator: Richard de Bello

Hereford World Map, c.1280, (1944). Detail showing the Mediterranean coast and the Nile Delta in northern Egypt. The lighthouse at Alexandria, complete with flames, can be seen next to the mouth of the River Nile. Also shown are mythical creatures such as the winged salamander, unicorn or monoceros, and mandragora, as well as a real rhinoceros. Part of the Hereford Mappa Mundi at Hereford Cathedral. Attributed to Richard de Bello, the Hereford Mappa Mundi, drawn on a single sheet of vellum, is the largest known existing medieval map. From "British Maps and Map-Makers", by Edward Lynam. [Collins, London, 1944]

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