Saturday, 7 November 2009


1. Hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus)
2. Mole (Talpa europaea)
3. Shrew (genus Soricidae)
4. Colugo, cobegos or flying lemurs
5. Russian desman (Desmana moschata)
6. Water shrew (Eomys fodiens)

Developing of Organisms

1. Rhombus Maximus - Turbot “Kalkan” 1. - eightfold, 1a. - fourfold, 1b. treefold
2. Nauplius - larva (garnela) 2b. Penaeus - brown tiger prawn
3. Rough barnacle larva, 3a. Rough barnacle colony
4. Nauplius of Notopterophorus - Papilio larvas, 4a. male, 4b. female
5. Nauplius of Peltogaster - Peltogaster paguri parasitize larva
6. Pentacrinus state of Antedon - Medusa's head pentacrinus, 6a. Antedon
7. Torpedo ray - electric ray, 7a. Embrio of the tropedo ray
8. Scyllium - European nursehound or small-spotted dogfish 8a. Embrio of the European nursehound

Tropical Fish

1. Butterflyfish (Chaetodon setifer)
2. Diagonal Butterflyfish (Chaetodon fasciatus)
3. Lineated Butterflyfish (Chaetodon vittatus)
4. Heniochus macrolepidotus
5. Angelfish (Holacanthus diacanthus)
6. Imperial Angelfish (Holacanthus imperator)


The term Sturgeon includes over 20 species commonly referred to as sturgeon and several closely related species that have distinct common names, notably sterlet, kaluga and beluga. Collectively, the family is also known as the True Sturgeons. They are distinctive for their elongated bodies, lack of scales, and occasional great size: Sturgeons ranging from 7–12 feet (2-3½ m) in length are common, and some species grow up to 18 feet (5.5 m). Most sturgeons are anadromous bottom-feeders, spawning upstream and feeding in river deltas and estuaries. While some are entirely freshwater, very few venture into the open ocean beyond near coastal areas.

Blue Shark

American Plaice

The American plaice or sole, Hippoglossoides platessoides, is a flatfish that belongs, along with other right eyed flounders, to the Pleuronectidae family. Their range is from southern Labrador to Rhode Island. They spawn in the Gulf of Maine, with peak activity in April and May. They grow to a maximum length of 70 cm (28 inches). The species is considered by the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization to be overfished, with no signs of recovery. American plaice may be an intermediate host for the nematode parasite Otostrongylus circumlitis, which is a lungworm of seals, primarily affecting animals less than 1 year of age.


The term worm is used to describe many different distantly-related animals which have a long cylindrical body and no legs. In everyday language, the term worm is also applied to various other living forms such as larvae, insects, centipedes, shipworms (teredo worms), or even some vertebrates (creatures with a backbone) such as blindworms and caecilians. Worms vary in size from microscopic to over a metre in length for marine polychaete worms (bristle worms), 6.7 m (22 ft) for the African giant earthworm, Microchaetus rappi, and 55 m (180 ft) for the marine nemertean worm (bootlace worm), Lineus longissimus.


1. Amphiprion percula - Clown Anemonefish, orange clownfish, True Percula Clown Anemonefish
2. Zanclus cornutus - "Crowned Scythe", Moorish idol from front and from side view
3. Cossyphus axillaris - Bodianus axillaris - turncoat hogfish
4. Platax ehrenbergii - Platax orbicularis - Circular Spadefish Batfish
5. Glyphidodon Unicellulatus
6. Anampses cuvier - Pearl Wrasse
7. Anampses godefroy
8. Dascyllus aruanus - Three-Stripe Damsel, Humbug Dascyllus, Banded Dascyllus or White-tailed Damselfish.
9. Aulostoma chinese - Trumpetfish


1. Sargassum - Sargasso kelp (class Phaeophyceae)
2. Macrocystis pyrifera - Macrocystis
3. Nereocystis luetkeana - mermaid's bladder, bull kelp - elder plant
4. Nereocystis luetkeana - mermaid's bladder, bull kelp - younger plants
5. Agarum gmelini - Brown algae, algue brune, sea Colander
6. Laminaria bongardiana - Saccharina bongardiana, Split kelp
7. Lessonia fusescens - Birnentang, Brown kelp, Giant bladder kelp, Giant Kelp
8. Fucus palmatus - Red Palmate Fucus
9. Fucus vesiculosus - Bladder wrack, black tang, rockweed, bladder Fucus, sea oak, black tany, cut weed and rock wrack
10. Schizimenia edulis -
11. Iridaea mertensiana - Gigartinaceae - Red Seaweed Family
12. Constantinea Rosmarina
13. Dumontia hydrophora - Halosaccion hydrophora - sea sac, kuschutschitsch and benifukuronori
14. Alaria esculenta - dabberlocks, badderlocks or winged kelp
15. Thalassophyllum Clathrus
16. Odonthalia Gmelini
17. Chondrus crispus - Carrageen, Carrageenan, Carragheen Family, Irish moss
18. Laminaria digitata - Oarweed.
19. Laminaria sacharina - Sugar kelp
20. Delesseria sanguinea - Sea beech

Birds, Liebig

France, Chantilly

La Pele-Mele

New York, Madison Avenue 1885

Godey 1857

The French Dressmaker 1897

Mammals, A. Boisset