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Tetracoralla, by Ernst Haeckel

Tetracoralla, by Ernst Haeckel

Ernst Haeckel,  Kunstformen der Natur (1904), plate 8: Discomedusae.  The center and bottom-center images are Desmonema annasethe; the tentacles reminded Haeckel of his late wife's long flowing hair.

Ernst Haeckel, Kunstformen der Natur (1904), plate 8: Discomedusae. The center and bottom-center images are Desmonema annasethe; the tentacles reminded Haeckel of his late wife's long flowing hair.

Radiolaria drawings by Ernst Haeckel  Radiolaria are microscopic single celled organisms that live in the ocean. Each radiolarian builds a unique skeleton of silica that extends from and surrounds its cell membrane. The form of these skeletons varies from species to species but they are generally composed of different scales of pores and spines.

Radiolaria drawings by Ernst Haeckel Radiolaria are microscopic single celled organisms that live in the ocean. Each radiolarian builds a unique skeleton of silica that extends from and surrounds its cell membrane. The form of these skeletons varies from species to species but they are generally composed of different scales of pores and spines.

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