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Figs. 1-20 illustrate the growth of the seed oysters caught on small stones. Figs. 1-10 show three-month-old oysters attached to living snails (littorina littorea). Figs. 11-14 show the oysters of the same age attached to small stones. Figs. 15-18 show oysters one and one-half years old attached to small peggles, while Figs. 19-20 show two and one-quarter-year-old oysters attached in the same fashion. Fig.16 gives a peculiar illustration of the method of attachment. The young oyster has formed an attachment to a second pebble towards its free end at some distance from the first, indicating that the mantle, even at the age of one year, retains the power of secreting a fixative.
Group of Year-Old Native Oysters attached to a Cockle Shell, from the Clifton Reserve (1): Group of Young Oysters Attached to the Valve of an Eastern Oyster, from the Clifron Reserve (2)
Three men crossing Nenana River on raft attached to rope cable, Alaska, July 27, 1914
Two men standing in pipe attached to large valves at Masonry Dam, November 25, 1914
October 14, 1903 Page one
Ship Alfhild attached by the tug boat company
Treasury decision on an important matter
Dunwoody to command Perry
Anonymous letter to the editor of the Seattle Union Record, with attached letter and card issued by the Associated Industries of Seattle, 1920
Quileute Basket with Attached Cover
Nine-ton tractor, attached to parachutes, being air dropped to the South Pole Station during Senator Henry M. Jackson's visit to Antarctica, October 20, 1959
Attached petition containing affidavits, resolutions, letters etc.
Tractor with "riding sulky" seat and 2-disc hoe implement attached, ca. 1949
Ship wheel suspended from ceiling with lantern attached, ca. 1949-1950
Eskimo grave with snowshoe attached to piling, Port Clarence, Alaska, ca. 1900.
King Salmon: Variotions in the form of the myomeres are shown in this figure of the left side on Oncorhynchus tschawytscha. The superficial markings of the myomeres and of the myocommata are indicated. There is some little variation, but of no great significance, at the level where the superficialis and the profundus join. It was deemed to detract from the significance of this figure to indicate this separating line.... The cephalic myocommata are attached to the base of the skull--to the occipital, temporal and pterotic bones. They are not interrupted by the clavicle, which lies lightly embedded on the surface. The complexity of folding and the lingitudinal extent of the myomeres increases posteriorly. The most important variation is due to the division of the anterior fold into two slender cones in the caudal half of the body
Ventral view of adult female crab showing swimmerets. A, inner swimmerets to which the eggs are attached; B, external openings of oviducts
Mytilus edulis, attached by its byssus (By) to a piece of wood: F, food; S, exeurrent siphon, the branchial siphon being below it and not closed
Australian Flying-fish, Exonautes unicolor (Valenciennes). Specimen from Tasman Sea, having parasitic lernaean crustaceans, to which parasitic barnacles are attached
Pillars with cords attached in Lake Fusaro
Groups of Oysters of different ages attached to a block of wood
P.hydrostatica, with a portion of the disk, three polypes, and reproductive clusters attached
1. Hydra with ova and young, unhatcher.
Egg ready to burst its shell.
3. Hydra of natural size attached to a piece of floating wood
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