Scanning electron micrograph of part of a thale cress flower, showing the male and female reproductive organs. The female part of the flower, the pistil (the blue feathery structure on an olive green.
Paleozoic echinoderms with homologous elements colored using universal elemental homology (UEH) the parablastoid Eurekablastus, the blastoid Pentremites, the diploporan Eumorphocystis, the Coronate, Stephanocrinus.
This beautiful colonial organism drifted past Hercules' cameras, and we followed it for as long as we could keep track. They are made up of many smaller animals called zooids, and can be found floating around the pelagic zone in ocean basins around the world. One famous siphonophore species is the deadly Portugese Man O' War. Related Content: