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Images Dated 19th July 2005

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Obsidian dome, geological site; at 8000 ft. Evidence of recent volcanic activity Featured 19 Jul 2005 Print

Obsidian dome, geological site; at 8000 ft. Evidence of recent volcanic activity

ROG-11943
Obsidian dome, geological site; at 8000 ft. Evidence of recent volcanic activity.
on the east side of the Sierra Nevada, California, USA
Bob Gibbons
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© ? Bob Gibbons/ardea.com

America, American, Countries, Country, Earth And Environment, Geography, Geology, Landscape, Landscapes, North America, North American, Obsidian, Rock, Rock Formations, Rocks, Scen Ic, United States, Volcanic, Volcano, Volcanoes

VT-8548 Harlequin Ghost Pipe fish - Pregnant females in deep water about to give birth Featured 19 Jul 2005 Print

VT-8548 Harlequin Ghost Pipe fish - Pregnant females in deep water about to give birth

VT-8548
Harlequin Ghost Pipe fish - Pregnant females in deep water about to give birth.
Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea, Indo Pacific
Solenostomus paradoxus
Valerie & Ron Taylor
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© Ron and Valerie Taylor/ardea.com

Australasia, Australasian, Birth, Female, Fish, Fishes, Ghost Pipefish, Giving Birth, In Water, Indo Pacific, Marine, Mother, Mothers, Oceania, Papua New Guinea, Pregnant, Re Production, Under Water, Wild Life

Head of Oak Chafer in close-up - Extremely rare Red Data Book species (RDB 1) Featured 19 Jul 2005 Print

Head of Oak Chafer in close-up - Extremely rare Red Data Book species (RDB 1)

SPH-3393
Head of Oak Chafer in close-up - Extremely rare Red Data Book species (RDB 1)
Location: Windsor Forest, England (only UK site)
Gnorimus variabilis
Very rarely seen as adults (larvae live in dead oak tree wood
Steve Hopkin
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© ? Steve Hopkin/ardea.com