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04:18, 2 October 2006Testudo_hermanni.jpg (file)M alan kazlev147 KB (''Testudo hermanni'', Photo by Richard Mayer, GNU-FDL Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Text_of_the_GNU_Free_Documentation_License GNU Free Documentation L)1
04:15, 2 October 2006Gator7658.jpg (file)M alan kazlev21 KB (Young american alligator. Image copyleft: Image taken by me, released under GFDL. Pollinator 01:44, Jul 28, 2004 (UTC) Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:T)1
04:12, 2 October 2006Paraphyletic.png (file)M alan kazlev6 KB (Illustration of the term paraphyletic (taxon). Credit: Stanislav Traykov Jan 28, 2005 Adapted from: http://talc.geo.umn.edu/courses/1002/Lecture14-15_Phylogeny.html (University of Minnesota, Dept. of Geology and Geophysics Lecture) Permission is granted)1
01:21, 2 October 2006Eastern_water_dragon.jpg (file)M alan kazlev89 KB (Eastern Water Dragon (''Physignathus lesueurii'') - photo taken by me at the Australian National Botanic Gardens 2005 Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Tex)1
23:36, 1 October 2006Chaos_diffluens.jpg (file)M alan kazlev20 KB (''Chaos diffluens'', an amoeba. Photo by released by [http://www.dr-ralf-wagner.de/ Dr. Ralf Wagner] Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Text_of_the_GNU_Free)1
09:42, 1 October 2006Anabaena_sperica.jpg (file)M alan kazlev12 KB (''Anabaena sperica'', a filamentous cyanobacterium. Photo by released by [http://www.dr-ralf-wagner.de/ Dr. Ralf Wagner] Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikip)1
04:16, 1 October 2006Devonian_Trilobites_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton791 KB (Three trilobites from Devonian Morocco... Clockwise, from top: ''Dicranurus monstrosum'', ''Psychopyge elegans'', ''Walliserops trifurcatus'' (c) Stanton F. Fink)1
04:09, 1 October 2006Bothriolepis_askinae_e.jpg (file)Stanton759 KB (In a lake in Devonian Gondwana, an ''Austrophyllolepis ritchiei'' settles in while a trio of ''Bothriolepis askinae'' forage, and a school of ''Culmacanthus antarctica'' swim by. (c) Stanton F. Fink)1
04:00, 1 October 2006Astrapotherium_magnum_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton687 KB (My reconstruction of the South American ungulate ''Astrapotherium magnum'' being harassed by a ''Phorusrhacos longissimus'' (c) Stanton F. Fink)1
03:58, 1 October 2006Climacoceras_gentryi_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton757 KB (My reconstruction of the primitive giraffe ''Palaeotragus primaevus'', and the giraffid ''Climacoceras gentryi'', of Mid-Miocene Africa (c) Stanton F. Fink)1
00:28, 1 October 2006Ord04.jpg (file)M alan kazlev160 KB (Ordovician scene. This image is from the Earth History Resources website, maintained by Ron Thomas and Carl Wozniak. According to the [http://www.carlwozniak.com/earth/ index page], "these images are provided royalty free for educational purposes." )1
00:23, 1 October 2006Per06.jpg (file)M alan kazlev144 KB (Permian reef diorama. This image is from the Earth History Resources website, maintained by Ron Thomas and Carl Wozniak. According to the [http://www.carlwozniak.com/earth/ index page], "these images are provided royalty free for educational purposes." )1
21:45, 30 September 2006CJF067D.jpg (file)RogerPerkins52 KB (Haikouella lanceolata, Early Craniate-Like Chordate, 18 mm long From: Quiongzhusi Section, Yu’anshan Member, Heilinpu Formation, Anning, Yunnan Province, China Description: (Nature 402, 518-522, 02 December 1999) Image Source: [http://www.fossilmuseum.n)1
06:50, 29 September 2006Ctenurella_gladbachensis_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton241 KB (A trio of the ptyctodontid placoderm species, ''Ctenurella gladbachensis'')1
02:49, 29 September 2006Phylogenetic_tree.png (file)M alan kazlev114 KB (Phylogenetic Tree of living things, based on RNA data and proposed by Carl Woese, showing the separation of bacteria, archaea, and eukaryotes. Trees constructed with other genes are generally similar, although they may place some early-branching groups ve)1
03:15, 28 September 2006Quasipetalichthys_haikouensis_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton392 KB (My reconstruction of the Chinese petalichthyid placoderm ''Quasipetalichthys haikouensis'' (c) Stanton F. Fink)1
23:49, 26 September 2006Bothriolepis-canadensis.jpg (file)RogerPerkins71 KB (This is Bothriolepis canadensis, an upper Devonian Placodermi Escumiac Bay, Miguasha, Quebec, Canada. It measures 108 mm in length.)1
16:35, 26 September 2006Murrindalaspis_wallacei.jpg (file)Stanton658 KB (Two acanthothoracid placoderms, Murrindalaspis wallacei and Brindabellaspis stensioi of Taemas-Wee Jasper, from Early Devonian Australia. )1
16:33, 26 September 20060004aw6p.jpg (file)Stanton658 KB (Two acanthothoracid placoderms, Murrindalaspis wallacei and Brindabellaspis stensioi of Taemas-Wee Jasper, from Early Devonian Australia. )1
16:31, 26 September 2006Stensioella_heintzi_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton119 KB (My reconstruction of the suspect placoderm ''Stensioella heintzi'', from the Devonian Hunsruck.)1
16:29, 26 September 2006Gemuendina_stuertzi_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton675 KB (My reconstruction of the rhenanid placoderm ''Gemuendina stuertzi'', in the Devonian Hunsruck.)1
13:07, 26 September 2006Braincase3.gif (file)Gob13 KB 1
13:07, 26 September 2006Braincase2.gif (file)Gob25 KB 1
13:06, 26 September 2006BobMind2.gif (file)Gob23 KB 1
13:06, 26 September 2006BobMind1.gif (file)Gob22 KB 1
13:05, 26 September 2006BobBrainLandmarks.gif (file)Gob26 KB 1
12:44, 26 September 2006Braincase1.gif (file)Gob4 KB 1
22:52, 25 September 2006Dinichthys_skull.gif (file)M alan kazlev115 KB (The giant armoured skull of ''Dinichthys''. This image is from the Earth History Resources website, maintained by Ron Thomas and Carl Wozniak. According to [http://www.carlwozniak.com/earth/ the index page], "these images are provided royalty free f)1
11:40, 23 September 2006Dev11.gif (file)M alan kazlev156 KB (Devonian scene showing acanthodian fish (''Kentuckia''), rugose and tabulate (''Favosites'') corals, crinoids (only the stems are visible here), a trilobite and a gastropod From <a href="ht)1
07:04, 23 September 2006Escherichia_coli_NIAID.jpg (file)M alan kazlev92 KB (Escherichia coli: Scanning electron micrograph of Escherichia coli, grown in culture and adhered to a cover slip. Credit: Rocky Mountain Laboratories, NIAID, NIH Source: NIAID: These high-resolution (300 dpi) images may be downloaded directly from this s)1
12:25, 21 September 2006Drepanaspis_gemuendina_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton675 KB (My reconstruction of the flattened, abberant pteraspid heterostracan <I>Drepanaspis gemuendina</I>, and the primitive arthrodire, <I>Tiaraspis</I>, of Early Devonian Germany.)1
12:23, 21 September 2006Amphiaspida_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton456 KB (Three amphiaspid heterostracans from Devonian Siberia)1
12:19, 21 September 2006Pituriaspida_E.jpg (file)Stanton663 KB (My reconstruction of ''Neeyambaspis, Wuttagooniaspis fletsheri, Pituriaspis doylei'')1
12:16, 21 September 2006Megarachne_servinei_e.jpg (file)Stanton684 KB (My reconstruction of the Carboniferous eurypterid ''Megarachne servinei'' was once thought to be the world's largest spider, with a legspan of 14 inches. Closer examination of the two specimens showed that it was actually a small, abberant terrestrial eur)1
12:09, 21 September 2006Helicoprion_nevadensis_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton788 KB (My reconstruction of the two edesteid sharks, ''Helicoprion nevadensis'' and ''Edesteus giganteus'', feeding on a school of acanthodians)1
11:57, 21 September 2006Bear_Gulch_Chimaeras_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton766 KB (My reconstruction of some chimaerids and chimaera-like fish from the Carboniferous, in what is now Bear Gulch, Montana. From top, Male and female ''Echinochimaera meltoni'', ''Belantsea montana'' Male and female ''Harpagofututor volsellorhinus'', Two ''Ph)1
11:54, 21 September 2006Bandringia_rayi_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton780 KB (My reconstruction of the Carboniferous ctenacanth shark, ''Bandringia rayi'', one of the few organisms on Earth to have a nose bigger than Jimmy Durante's.)1
11:46, 21 September 2006Lobopodia_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton1.5 MB (My reconstruction of Cambrian lobopodia. Counterclockwise, from upper left: ''Luolishania longicruris, Aysheaia pendunculata, Hallucigenia sparsa, Cardiodictyon catenulum, Onychodictyon ferox'' Center: ''Paucipodia inermis'')1
11:33, 21 September 2006Wiwaxia_corrugata_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton313 KB (My reconstruction of the hat-like ''Wiwaxia corrugata'' of the Burgess Shale Cambrian Fauna)1
11:29, 21 September 2006Lobopods_02_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton500 KB (My reconstruction of two Cambrian lobopods: To the left is the lobopod Luolishania longicruris, from Chengjiang, and the right is the lobopod Aysheaia pendunculata, from Burgess Shales.)1
11:27, 21 September 2006Lobopods_01_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton299 KB (My reconstruction of the unarmored armored lobopod, ''Paucipodia inermis'', and its relative ''Cardiodictyon catenulum'', both from the Cambrian Chengjiang fauna.)1
10:57, 21 September 2006Onychodictyon_ferox_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton224 KB (My reconstruction of the ferociously spiny Chenjiang lobopod, ''Onychodictyon ferox'')1
10:46, 21 September 2006Odontogriphus_omalus_Version_1.jpg (file)Stanton499 KB (My reconstruction of Simon Conway Morris' intrepretation of''Odontogriphus omalus'' as a pelagic animal)1
10:44, 21 September 2006Forfexicaris_valida_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton244 KB (My reconstruction of the predatory, albeit tiny, ostracod-like euarthropod, ''Forfexicaris valida'', of the Cambrian Chenjiang Fauna)1
10:39, 21 September 2006Occacaris_oviformis_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton505 KB (The ostracod-like euarthropod ''Occacaris oviformis'', from the Cambrian Chenjiang Fauna)1
10:37, 21 September 2006Hallucigenia_sparsa_Stanton.jpg (file)Stanton311 KB (My reconstruction of the infamous Cambrian beast, ''Hallucigenia sparsa'')1
03:02, 21 September 2006Prokaryote_cell_diagram.gif (file)M alan kazlev40 KB (This is a file from the Wikimedia Commons. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:Prokaryote_cell_diagram.svg The description on its description page there is shown below. Description: a basic diagram on the elements conforming a prokaryote cell. in t)1
23:00, 20 September 2006Cenozoic.Images.Mastodon.jpg (file)ATW21 KB (Mastodon from the former "Early Image" site - public domain images)1
16:33, 20 September 2006Bac_Cyano_Diagram.gif (file)Phall14 KB 1
12:39, 20 September 2006Palaeos_logo_small.gif (file)M alan kazlev4 KB (Logo for Palaeos com)1

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