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Upper level of Tomb of Akbar the Great, with red sandstone architectural detailing, Sikandra, Uttar Pradesh, India, ca. 17th century A.D.
Open air pavilions on main tomb upper level, Taj Mahal, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India, ca. 17th century A.D.
Open air pavilion on main tomb upper level, viewed through scalloped arch, Taj Mahal, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India, ca. 17th century A.D.
Old man in upper window looks out as the flags go by during the Greenwood Seafair Parade, Seattle, Washington, July 30, 1974
Astacus gambelii connectens Faxon. Male. Type. Snake R., Upper Salmon Falls, Idaho, Oct. 3, 1894
Cambarus hagenianus Faxon. Muldon, Miss. Gonopod of male, form I. 1a outerside, 1b innerside, 1c front
2. Cambarus pellucidus (Tellkampf). Mammoth Cave Ky. Gonopod of male, form I. 2a outerside, 2b innerside, 2c front
3. Cambarus validus Faxon. Huntsville, Ala. Type. Gonopod (male form I). 3a outer side, 3b innerside, 3c front
4. Cambarus validus Faxon. Type. Antennal scale
5. Astacus nigrescens fortis Faxon. Male. Fall R., Fall City Mills, Cal. Type. U.S.N.M. Antennal scale
6. Astacus gambeli connectens Fason. Male. Snake R., Upper Salmon Falls, Idaho. Type. Antennal scale
7. Cambarus hagenianus Faxon. Female. Muldon Miss. Annulus ventralis
8. Cambarus validus Faxon. Male. Type. Epistoma
9. Astacus nigrescens fortis Faxon. Male. Type. Epistoma
Astacus gambelii connectens Faxon. Male. Type. Epistoma
Parastacus arawanius Faxon. Male. Corral, Chile, Dec.18, 1908
2. Epistoma of the same
3. Antennal scale from the right antenna, upper face.
Vertical section of Corallum, and upper view of Calicles...or Alveopora spongiosa, D.
Fungia Danae, E. & H.
a,b, teeth of upper and lower margins of septum
Sigaretus perspectivus, upper side
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
Dentition of Serrasalmo humeralis Cuvier & Valenciennes. The upper cut represents the palatines of a specimen 170 mm. long; the rest are from a specimen 133 mm.
Dentition of Serrasalmo maculatus Kner. The upper cut represent the palatines of a specimen 177 mm. long; the others are from a specimen 147 mm. long
Blochius longirostris Volta, restored. Upper Eocene of Monte Bolca
Upper pharyngeals of an Indian Parrot-fish, Scarus strongylacephalus
Pharyngeals of Italian Parrot-fish, Sparisoma cretense (L.). a. upper; b. lower
Amphistium paradoxum Agassiz. Upper Eocene. (Supposed ancestor of the flounders)
Eurypholis sulcidens Pictet, restored. Family Euchodontidae. Upper Cretaceous of Mt. Lebanon
Rhinellus jurcatus Agassiz. Upper Cretaceous of Mt. Lebanon
Upper jaw of Neoceratododus forsteri Gunther
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