• Images

    This page contains selected images that were taken during our research and training.

  • Inverted image of a lateral view of an embryo probed for cocktail of in situ probes.
    Inverted image of a lateral view of an embryo probed for cocktail of in situ probes.
    Inverted image of a lateral view of an embryo probed for cocktail of in situ probes.
    Overlayed image of spontaneous twin with autofluorescence in the yolk.
    Overlayed image of spontaneous twin with autofluorescence in the yolk.

    Overlayed image of spontaneous twin with autofluorescence in the yolk.

    Scanning electron micrograph of Lytechinus variegatus embryo prior to the onset of gastrulation.
    Scanning electron micrograph of Lytechinus variegatus embryo prior to the onset of gastrulation.
    Scanning electron micrograph of Lytechinus variegatus embryo prior to the onset of gastrulation. Photo courtesy of John B. Morrill, professor emeritus, New College of Florida.
    Post gastrulation.
    Post gastrulation.
    Scanning electron micrograph of Lytechinus variegatus embryo after the onset of gastrulation. Photo courtesy of John B. Morrill, professor emeritus, New College of Florida.
    Exogastrulae “flower” of Lytechinus variegatus.
    Exogastrulae “flower” of Lytechinus variegatus.
    Exogastrulae “flower” of Lytechinus variegatus embryos taken at New College of Florida. (left) Bright-field image. (right) DIC
    Anterior view of squid embryo during early development.
    Anterior view of squid embryo during early development.

    Anterior view of squid embryo during early development. Green is filamentous actin.  Red is acetylated tubulin. Image taken during the summer of 2004 at the Woods Hole, MA,  embryology course.

    Anterior view of squid embryo.
    Anterior view of squid embryo.

    Anterior view of squid embryo. Green is filamentous actin.  Red is acetylated tubulin. Image taken during the summer of 2004 at the Woods Hole, MA, embryology course.

    Posterior view of squid embryo.
    Posterior view of squid embryo.

    Posterior view of squid embryo. Green is filamentous actin.  Red is acetylated tubulin. Image taken during the summer of 2004 at the Woods Hole, MA, embryology course.

    High magnification of the posterior of the squid embryo.
    High magnification of the posterior of the squid embryo.

    High magnification of the posterior of the squid embryo. Green is filamentous actin. Red is acetylated tubulin. Image taken during the summer of 2004 at the Woods Hole, MA, embryology course.

    Fish with three eyes.
    Fish with three eyes.

    A spontaneously occurring partial duplication of the axis, resulting in a fish with three eyes.