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Echinoderm, lithograph, published in 1868 Featured Related Images Print

Echinoderm, lithograph, published in 1868

Echinoderm: Top row: Sea brush, Feather star (Red crinoid), Star fish, Sponge, Feather star (Antedon mediterranea), Sponge, Bottom row: Sea urchin (Echinoidea), Tusk shell (Dentalium), Brittle star (Ophiuroidea). Lithograph, published in 1868

© ZU_09

482113738, Basket Starfish, Brittle Sea Star, Natural Sponge, Sea Lily, Sea Urc

The Magi Follow the Star, from a Mirror of Holiness (Mir'at al-quds) of Father Featured Related Images Print

The Magi Follow the Star, from a Mirror of Holiness (Mir'at al-quds) of Father

The Magi Follow the Star, from a Mirror of Holiness (Mir'at al-quds) of Father Jerome Xavier, 1602-1604. One of the three kings points excitedly at the star at the upper left edge of the page, while another bites the finger of astonishment; the third holds his fist over his heart. They are all dressed like Portuguese merchants, but they ride camels associated with their homeland in Arabia, as specified in the text. At the breakaway court of Prince Salim in Allahabad, high-quality materials were not as plentiful as in the imperial capital. The paper is brittle and has browned excessively, and the paint films are relatively thin; here the text from the verso shows through the lightly coloured background

© Heritage Art/Heritage Images

Brittle star, SEM Featured Related Images Print

Brittle star, SEM

Brittle star (Amphipholis sp.), coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). A brittle star is a marine invertebrate that is related to starfish. It has five flexible arms radiating from a central disc-shaped body, which means that unlike starfish it can use its arms to walk on the sea floor. Its mouth is underneath its body. The feeding habits of brittle stars range from those that scavenge on debris on the sea floor, to those that use their arms to filter food from the water. Magnification: x7 when printed 10cm wide

© POWER AND SYRED/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY