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Devshire, a ketch, in a canal, n.d.
Fellowship-Too, a gasoline powered cruiser, in a canal with a photographer on the bow, 1941
Hiram M. Chittenden Locks and the Lake Washington ship Canal, Ballard, n.d.
Bob Cat III, a gasoline powered yacht, in a canal, n.d.
Casco, a diesel powered yacht in a canal and serving as a press boat, n.d.
View looking over the canal to the Mikado palace (Nijubashi) bridge, Tokyo, ca. 1890's
Looking over boats on a canal, with a bridge on left, and towards the Shinbashi railway station, Tokyo, ca. 1890's
Boats on a canal near a bridge leading to the French consulate, Yokohama, ca. 1890's
Sampans and houses along canal, Bangkok, n.d.
Washing clothes in a river or canal, India, ca. 1920
Upper Lilliwaup Falls, west shore of Hood Canal, Washington, ca. 1895.
Canal called the Miocene Ditch, Seward Peninsula, Alaska, ca. 1900
Upper end of the canal called the Miocene Ditch, Seward Peninsula, Alaska, ca. 1900
Anatomy of the internal organs of a female gastropod, viewed from the dorsal side. The roof of the mantle cavity has been divided by a longitudinal incision and the flaps laid out, that on the left hand bearing the etenidium and osphradium, and that on the right the rectum and terminal part of the oviduct. The muscular dorsal wall of the body and the introvert have been divided so as tobring into view the anterior part of the alimentary canal and a portion of the nervous system. The buccal cavity has been tilted up and opened so as to show the odontophore, and the esohagus has been cut through near the anterior end...
Adaptive Radiation in the Characinide. The central figure of Atygnax bimaculatus with notched teeth probably represents the more primitive condition. The lower lefthand figure represents Anodus latior with no teeth and a very long alimentary canal, a mud eater. The lower right-hand figure represents the scissor-like jaw and teeth of Serrasaima humeralis whose relatives have been repeatedly reported to have killed bathers before they could reach shore after being attacked. The upper figure represents Raphiodon vulpinus Spix which has reached the extreme in conical teeth, the large canines protruding above when the jaws are closed. The over 100 South American genera and 500 species of this family offer pretty complete series from the center to the txtremes with many lateral branches
Anatomy of the Carp
br, the branchiae, or gill openings; c, the heart; f, the liver; vn, swimming bladders; ci, intestinal canal; o, the ovarium; u, urethra; a, anus; o', oviduct
Spongia oculata, showing the orifices and currents outwards.
2. Anastomosing horny substance of Spongia communis.
3. Siliceous spiculum of S. papillaris.
4. Of Scineria.
6. Calcareous spiculum of S. compressus.
7. Transverse section of a canal of S. papillaria, showing the structure of the ova passing along the cana.
8. Ovum of S.panicea seen laterally--the cilie anterior
9 The same seen on the end, with a circle produced by the ciliary action.
10. Young Spongia papilaris
Alimentary canal, etc., of Sepia officinalis L.
Alimentary canal of Helix Ospersa L.
A, immediately after it is hatched: ad, adductor muscle; by, 'byssus' cord; s, sense organs; sh, shell
B, after it has been on the fish for some weeks: a.ad, p.ad, anterior and posterior adductors; al, alimentary canal; au.v, auditory vesicle; br, branchiae; f, foot; mt, mantle. (Balfour)
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