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ll-0-ll:

.., 2014
Elena (ll-0-ll)
V I R T U A L C E N T U R Y

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COMME des GARÇONS 2013 AW

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fengchen31:

PUMA x McQ Collection

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iamkida:

H&M

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crobat:

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a treasure

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libutron:

Slipper orchid - Paphiopedilum micranthum
This is a Slipper orchid of the species Paphiopedilum micranthum (Asparagales - Orchidaceae), which due to the angle of the photo resembles a strange humanoid face.
This orchid inhabits open, mossy, wet forest on highly eroded limestone mountains in China and Vietnam. Despite its remote habitat, P. micranthum has appeared in large quantities in cultivation since 1984 but is declining in the wild.
References: [1] - [2]
Photo credit: ©Piotr M. | Locality: cultivated (Leasingham Orchid Show, 2009)

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malformalady:

The ‘Dinner plate cactus(Aeonium tabuliforme) is a species of Aeonium that forms a flat rosette often on vertical surfaces.

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rhamphotheca:

Nautilus Live
While we’re transiting to our next dive site, why not check out this video of some of the coolest sea cucumbers we’ve seen this week? We saved the best for last - check back here tomorrow for an awesome video of a sea pig (Scotoplanes sp.), and make sure to tune in to www.nautiluslive.org all afternoon to catch the next big discovery.

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libutron:

Green Brain Coral - Goniastrea sp.
What you see in this photo is a live Green Brain Coral of the genus Goniastrea (Scleractinia - Faviidae), which is widespread in the Indo-Pacific forming massive mounds, thick encrusting colonies or may tend towards columns. Colonies are common in sub-tidal and some inter-tidal areas.
The corallites of Goniastrea vary from single-mouth, rounded with shared walls through to multiple-mouth, weakly meandering with thin shared walls.  Corallites are neat with fine, uniform septa (purple in the photo).
Technique: Phase contrast illumination
Reference: [1]
Photo credit: ©James H. Nicholson | Olympus BioScapes International Digital Imaging Competition (2011)

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katabolizm:

“Vascular system!”

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