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"Hydra vulgaris is often used as a model organism for morphallactic regeneration because they are reproduce relatively quicklydark fieldPlease keep in mind the special requirements of a micro photo. Motion blur of live specimen, very shallow depth of field, chromatic aberration and uneven focus are inherent in light microscopy."

Sea larvae: 1) Strobila of Moon jellyfish (Aurelia aurita); 2) Aeginopsis larva; 3) Yungia (Flatworm) larva, 4) Sycandra raphanus, larva; 5) Planula larva of Eucope polystyla (Hydroid); 6) Pilidium larva of a nemertine; 7) Ephyra larva of Moon jellyfish (Aurelia aurita); 8) Trochophore larva of a annelid (Eupomatus uncinatus); 9) Actinula larva of a hydropolyp; 10) Youngest larva of a Siphonophorae (Alophota giltschiana); 11) Larva of a annelid; 12) Larva of a worm (Sipunculus); 13) Bipinnaria larva of a starfish; 14) Larva of a sea squirt (Ascidia mamillata); 15) Pluteus larva of a brittle star; 16) Pentacrinites larva of a feather star (Antedon); 17) Zoea larva of a crab (Lucifer); 18) Larva of the European flat oyster (Ostrea edulis); 19) Pluteus larva of a sea urchin (Strongylocentrotus); 20) Veliger larva of a swimming sea snail (Cymbulia). Raster prints, published in 1900.

Worms: a) Coenurus cerebralis (left: enlarged part); b) Large roundworm (Ascaris lumbricoides); c) Guinea worm (Dracunculus medinensis); d) Pork tapeworm (Taenia solium); e) Common earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris); f) Medicinal leech (Hirudo medicinalis); g) Horse-leech (Haemopis sanguisuga); h) Tooth shell (Antalis entalis); i) Calcareous tubeworm (Serpula vermicularis ); k) Polychaete worm (Perinereis cultrifera); l) Sea mouse (Aphrodita aculeata); m) Beaked nais (Nais proboscidea); n) Green hydra (Hydra viridissima); o) Red dead man's fingers (Alcyonium palmatum); p) Bath sponge (Spongia officinalis). Chromolithograph, published in 1882.

Pomacanthus xanthometopon is a ray-finned fish in the family Pomacanthidae found in shallow parts of the Indo-Pacific. It is commonly known as the blueface angelfish or the yellowface angelfish because of its striking facial colouration.

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