Hermit crabs increase in size over time and this is used to provide a minimum estimate for their age1.
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SantAnna, Bruno Sampaio, Christofoletti, Ronaldo Adriano, Zangrande, Cilene Mariane, & Reigada, Alvaro Luis Diogo. (2008). Growth of the hermit crab Clibanarius vittatus (Bosc, 1802) (Crustacea, ...
If user22020 is 100% sure that's a hobo spider, then I'm 101% sure that's a stealthy ground spider. The source of user22020's picture actually labeled it as such.
It's definitely in the ground spider family, just like Parsons spiders.
Hobo spiders and barn funnelweavers are more well-known, but both are brown, not black and white, and have vastly ...
This is an ant in the genus Camponotus. It can only be identified from the habitus on your picture, but clues are that there is only one element between the thorax and the gaster (Formicinae) and the head is large, this with the color and texture pattern leads to Camponotus sp.
Bolton, B., Alpert, G., Ward, P. S., & Naskrecki, P. (2006). ...
You could try methyl cellulose, which my lab and others use. It's not exactly an adhesive, but it is quite viscous. It's common enough that it's in the Zebrafish Book: https://wiki.zfin.org/display/prot/Methyl+Cellulose+Mounting . Obviously, be sure whatever you do is approved by your animal care and use committee.
the answer will be mature DNA.
We know that except for nucleus other organelle such as mitochondria also have ability to replicate an as mentioned in the question the enucleated ovum (ovum lacking its nucleus) do have the other cell organelles, whereas for the mature erythrocytes, they lack nucleus as well as other cell organelles such as mitochondria and ...
Parakeets are social animals that live in large groups (flocks). Under ideal environmental conditions, they can form flocks composed of thousands of birds. http://www.softschools.com/facts/animals/parakeet_facts/1274/
The fact that this tree is without leaves is irrelevant to the Parakeets. They may or may not have caused it. They chose the tree as a place ...
Here are some fishes produce alarm signals as sounds.
members of family Pamadasyidae-the grunts.
the family scaridae e.g.—Parrot fish.
sea catfish Galeichthyes felis
For mor information see the link. http://www.fishfarmingtechniques.com/fish-structure/specialized-organs/sound-...
The horn has a specific structure which is different from the round edge that we see on our fingers. It splinters and cracks into flakes, so it is more similar to a flint than a chalk.
The outside of the cone dries out and flakes and is scratched off by the cat, while the inside of the cone is the newer horn that grows towards the apex as a new blade edge.
Camel erythrocytes are oval in shape and without nucleus. No intracellular organelles were observed with the occasional exception of a small number of mitochondria . are well-adapted to hot arid environment and .The red blood cells of the dromedary camel protect it from dehydration because the oval-shaped cells can circulate even in thick blood and can ...