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Pacific Fisherman Vol 5, No 05
Pacific Fisherman Vol 5, No 04
Pacific Fisherman Vol 2, No 03
Pacific Fisherman Vol 3, No 07
Male Olympic Elk, probably on the Olympic Peninsula
Operas, Selections, arr.
Woman working on a tank, Pacific Car and Foundry company, Renton, 1943
Two friezes, lower frieze depicting elephants flanking seated male and uppper frieze depicting a male riding hippo with female rising out of its mouth, , Hoysaleswara Temple, Halebid, Karnataka, India, ca. 12th century A.D.
Leopard Moth (Zeusera pyrina Fabr.): 1. Empty pupal case from which female moth has emerged; 2. Female moth with wings folded; 3. Male moth with wings expanded; 4. Nearly full grown caterpillar, probably a female; 5. Male pupa in its burrow; 6. Exit hole covered by a loose piece of bark which the pupa will push off as it partly emerges; 6a. Another; 7. Hole made for the pushing out of excrement and then closed by a silk web; 8. Same as above, but in use with particles of excrement dangling by silken threads; 9. Work of caterpillar a preceding season; 10. Work of caterpillar the present season; 11. Young twig eaten by larva, point of entrance at a. Maple borer (Sesia acerni Clem.): 12. Hole from which pupal case has fallen; 13. Bark nearly eaten through ready for the pupa to push out; 14. Empty pupal skin; 15. Two cocoons as spun; 16. Moths expanded and at rest; 17. Excrement of caterpillars; 18. Caterpillar in its burrow
Astacus Klamathensis Stimps. Male. Fort Walla Walla, Washington Territory
Astacus Klamathensis Stikmps. Male. Sikan Creek, Oregon
Cambarus immunis spinirostris Faxon. Pontoosue Lake, Lanesboro, Mass., Aug. 12, 1911. Gonopod of the female, form I. 1a, outside, 1b, front, 1c, inside
2. Gonopod of the female, form II of the same, 2a outside, 2b front, 2c inside
3. Epistoma of the same
4. Antennal scale of the same
5. Annulus ventralis of the male of the same
6. Chela of the male form I of the same
Sturisoma robusta (Regan):
1 male dorsal view
2 female dorsal view
3 male ventral view
Countenance of Callorhinus--A Life Study of an Adult Male Fur Seal
(Full face of old male, profile and under view of female heads)
Salmon in England:
1. From the Wye, April 10th, 1912. 45 3/4 lbs, male, 46 3/4 ins. in length, 26 ins. in girth;
2. River Wye, 2 rods, 12 fish, 140 lbs., largest 23 3/4 lbs.:
3. River Wye, 43 3/4 lbs. male, 43 3/4 ins. in length, 26 ins. in girth
Fig.1.--Mature egg ready for union with male cell.
Fig.2.--Spermatozoa (male cells). Note length of tail and shape of head. No attempts were made to study the minute anatomy.
Fig.3.--Egg, twenty-five minutes after fecundation, showing the two polar cells (pc) and the faintly developed yolk love.
Fig.4.--Egg just previous to the first cleavage, showing large yolk lobe.
Fig.5.--The two-celled stage at the completion of the first cleavage, fifty minutes after fecundation. The larger cell contains the yolk lobe.
Figs. 6,7,8,9.--This series illustrates the process of cleavage in the egg during the change from the two-celled to the four-celled stage.
Fig.10.--The four-celled stage, one hundred and ten munites after fecundation. Side view.
Figs. 11,12.--The eight-celled stage, one hundred and forty-five minutes after fecundation.
Fig.13.--The sixteen-celled stae, one hundred and eighty-five munites after fecundation. Side view.
Hexagenia bilineata Say; adult
Adult male (segmentation of the tails omitted...) 1; Legs of one side, fore, middle, and hind from left to right... 2; end of the abdomen of the male from beneath, showing forceps, penes, and base of tails; middle tail rudimentary
Cymopolia sica, after A. Milne Edwards and Bouvier. a, Male, dorsal view; b, Carapace of same, dorsal view; c, Right oculo-antennal region of same, lower view; d, Merus and carpus of first right leg of same, upper side; e, left outer maxilliped; f, Sternum and abdomen of male
Male and female of the horned dace just after completion of the spawning act. The female floats belly up as though dead. The male appears to examine the family of eggs, which are in front of his head and in front of the stones beneath him as well as in the intervening clear water. Photograph made with a reflecting camera, fish in an aquarium out of doors. The vegetation shown in this and the other figures were painted on the back of the aquarium
Male and female dace during the spawning act. On the male, which is the fish with the body curved, are shown above the eye and in line with the nostril, four spine-like pearl organs and below them two smaller spines. Small organs are seen on the operculum and dorsal surface of the pectoral fin and on the caudal edges of the scales on the tail
Secondary Sexual Characters in Fishes
Male of Arnoglossus macrolophus, showing the ornamental crest of prolonged fin-rays peculiar to the male sex. The specimen figured was captured off the Canjam coast in 25 fathoms of water
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