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Fish and osteology images were produced for the Smithsonian Institution, NMNH, Division of Fishes, Washington, DC.


Tyttocharax sp., male


Pseudocorynopoma doriae, male


Tyttocharax sp., female


Leporinus mormyrops jaws


Leporinus fasciatus lateral ethmoid region


Leporellus vittatus, Weberian apparatus


Tyttocharax tambopatensis, male

Corynopoma sp. male

Pseudocorynopoma heterandria, male

Drosophilia genetics

Cuttlefish camouflage



Symbiosis


Rhytiodus lauzannae skulls


Candiru

juvenile Nannostomus sp.


Glandulocauda sp. (male) caudal scales


Pseudodiaphonus coronetus


Brittanichthys axelrodi (m) caudal region


Larval lobster stomachs: stages 1,2 & 4

Soil fauna

Dog anatomy, throat region


Pyramid of life


Oithona colcarva


Brittanichthys axelrodi, upper jaw



Glandulocauda sp., female



Tyttocharax tambopatensis, female


Brittanichthys axelrodi, lower jaw

Images are © Tamara Clark. Please do not download or reproduce without permission.
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