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Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 18 days development, the tadpoles are fully developed and ready to hatch, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 18 days development, the tadpoles are fully developed and ready to hatch, Ecuador. Endangered.
Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 11 days development, showing beating heart and blood flowing over gills, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 11 days development, showing beating heart and blood flowing over gills, Ecuador. Endangered.
Developing embryo of the Ecuadorian monkey frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana), showing heart beating and blood flowing, Morona Santiago Province, Ecuador, (non-ex)  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Developing embryo of the Ecuadorian monkey frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana), showing heart beating and blood flowing, Morona Santiago Province, Ecuador, (non-ex)
Close-up of an Amazon leaf frog (Cruziohyla Craspedopus) tadpole developing in egg, Ecuador. (non-ex)  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Close-up of an Amazon leaf frog (Cruziohyla Craspedopus) tadpole developing in egg, Ecuador. (non-ex)
Horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) embryos, Delaware Bay, New Jersey, USA, June.  -  Doug Wechsler
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Doug Wechsler / Horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) embryos, Delaware Bay, New Jersey, USA, June.
Yellow slug (Limax flavus) back lit embryo moving around in egg case.  -  Steve Downer
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Steve Downer / Yellow slug (Limax flavus) back lit embryo moving around in egg case.
Time-lapse of toadspawn from a Common toad (Bufo bufo) developing, emerging and feeding on nutrient jelly, Somerset, England, UK, April.  -  Alastair MacEwen
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Alastair MacEwen / Time-lapse of toadspawn from a Common toad (Bufo bufo) developing, emerging and feeding on nutrient jelly, Somerset, England, UK, April.
Sorting Common fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster) laboratory culture embryos for DNA injection at the Vienna Drosophila RNAi Center, Institute for Molecular Pathology, Austria.  -  Solvin Zankl
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Solvin Zankl / Sorting Common fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster) laboratory culture embryos for DNA injection at the Vienna Drosophila RNAi Center, Institute for Molecular Pathology, Austria.
Mass of Sea trout (Salmo trutta trutta) eggs, with embryos visible, Europe.  -  Ingo Arndt
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Ingo Arndt / Mass of Sea trout (Salmo trutta trutta) eggs, with embryos visible, Europe.
Common Frog (Rana temporaria) tadpoles developing in spawn  -  Jane Burton
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Jane Burton / Common Frog (Rana temporaria) tadpoles developing in spawn
Yellow bellied toad - eggs with developing embryos, Italy. Life cycle sequence 2  -  Fabio Liverani
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Fabio Liverani / Yellow bellied toad - eggs with developing embryos, Italy. Life cycle sequence 2
Embryos develop inside flamboyant cuttlefish (Metasepia pfefferi) eggs, laid inside a coconut shell. Anilao, Batangas marine protected area, Luzon, Philippines. Verde Island Passages, Tropical West Pa...  -  Alex Mustard
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Alex Mustard / Embryos develop inside flamboyant cuttlefish (Metasepia pfefferi) eggs, laid inside a coconut shell. Anilao, Batangas marine protected area, Luzon, Philippines. Verde Island Passages, Tropical West Pa...
Close-up of Leaf frog (Cruziohyla craspedopus) tadpoles developing within an egg membrane, blood is circulating in the gills. Pastaza Province, Ecuador.  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Close-up of Leaf frog (Cruziohyla craspedopus) tadpoles developing within an egg membrane, blood is circulating in the gills. Pastaza Province, Ecuador.
Close-up of Leaf frog (Cruziohyla craspedopus) tadpoles developing within an egg membrane, blood is circulating in the gills. Pastaza Province, Ecuador.  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Close-up of Leaf frog (Cruziohyla craspedopus) tadpoles developing within an egg membrane, blood is circulating in the gills. Pastaza Province, Ecuador.
Glass frog (Centrolenidae) tadpoles developing in an egg mass, Cordillera del Condor, Zamora Chinchipe Province, Ecuador.  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Glass frog (Centrolenidae) tadpoles developing in an egg mass, Cordillera del Condor, Zamora Chinchipe Province, Ecuador.
Glass frog (Centrolenidae) tadpoles developing in an egg mass, Cordillera del Condor, Zamora Chinchipe Province, Ecuador.  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Glass frog (Centrolenidae) tadpoles developing in an egg mass, Cordillera del Condor, Zamora Chinchipe Province, Ecuador.
Glass frog (Centrolenidae) tadpoles developing in an egg mass, Cordillera del Condor, Zamora Chinchipe Province, Ecuador.  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Glass frog (Centrolenidae) tadpoles developing in an egg mass, Cordillera del Condor, Zamora Chinchipe Province, Ecuador.
Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 18 days development, the tadpoles are fully developed and ready to hatch, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
01631508
Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 18 days development, the tadpoles are fully developed and ready to hatch, Ecuador. Endangered.
Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 18 days development, the tadpoles are fully developed and ready to hatch, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
01631507
Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 18 days development, the tadpoles are fully developed and ready to hatch, Ecuador. Endangered.
Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 18 days development, the tadpoles are fully developed and ready to hatch, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
01631505
Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 18 days development, the tadpoles are fully developed and ready to hatch, Ecuador. Endangered.
Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 18 days development, the tadpoles are fully developed and ready to hatch, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
01631504
Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 18 days development, the tadpoles are fully developed and ready to hatch, Ecuador. Endangered.
Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 18 days development, the tadpoles are fully developed and ready to hatch, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
01631503
Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 18 days development, the tadpoles are fully developed and ready to hatch, Ecuador. Endangered.
Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 15 days development, the tadpoles are nearly developed, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
01631502
Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 15 days development, the tadpoles are nearly developed, Ecuador. Endangered.
Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 15 days development, the tadpoles are nearly developed, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
01631501
Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 15 days development, the tadpoles are nearly developed, Ecuador. Endangered.
Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 15 days development, the tadpoles are nearly developed, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 15 days development, the tadpoles are nearly developed, Ecuador. Endangered.
Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 11 days development, showing beating heart and blood flowing over gills, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 11 days development, showing beating heart and blood flowing over gills, Ecuador. Endangered.
Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 11 days development, showing beating heart and blood flowing over gills, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 11 days development, showing beating heart and blood flowing over gills, Ecuador. Endangered.
Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 10 days development, showing beating heart and blood flowing over gills, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 10 days development, showing beating heart and blood flowing over gills, Ecuador. Endangered.
Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 11 days development, showing beating heart and blood flowing over gills, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 11 days development, showing beating heart and blood flowing over gills, Ecuador. Endangered.
Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 9 days, external gills have formed but eye and blood still unpigmented, Ecuador.  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 9 days, external gills have formed but eye and blood still unpigmented, Ecuador.
Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 15 days development, the tadpoles are nearly developed, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 15 days development, the tadpoles are nearly developed, Ecuador. Endangered.
Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 15 days development, the tadpoles are nearly developed, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
01631491
Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 15 days development, the tadpoles are nearly developed, Ecuador. Endangered.
Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 10 days development, showing beating heart and blood flowing over gills, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
01631490
Morley Read / Close-up of Agua rica leaf frog (Phyllomedusa ecuatoriana) eggs after 10 days development, showing beating heart and blood flowing over gills, Ecuador. Endangered.
Glass frog (Espadarana) tadpoles developing in an egg mass, Cordillera del Condor, Zamora Chinchipe Province, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Glass frog (Espadarana) tadpoles developing in an egg mass, Cordillera del Condor, Zamora Chinchipe Province, Ecuador. Endangered.
Glass frog (Espadarana) tadpoles developing in an egg mass, Cordillera del Condor, Zamora Chinchipe Province, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Glass frog (Espadarana) tadpoles developing in an egg mass, Cordillera del Condor, Zamora Chinchipe Province, Ecuador. Endangered.
Glass frog (Espadarana) tadpoles developing in an egg mass, Cordillera del Condor, Zamora Chinchipe Province, Ecuador. Endangered.  -  Morley Read
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Morley Read / Glass frog (Espadarana) tadpoles developing in an egg mass, Cordillera del Condor, Zamora Chinchipe Province, Ecuador. Endangered.
Seven-lined prickleback (Ernogrammus zhirmunskii) eggs, 5mm in diameter. Develpoing embryos inside fertilised eggs. Hokkaido, Japan. May.  -  Tony Wu
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Tony Wu / Seven-lined prickleback (Ernogrammus zhirmunskii) eggs, 5mm in diameter. Develpoing embryos inside fertilised eggs. Hokkaido, Japan. May.
Smooth lumpsucker (Aptocyclus ventricosus) embryos inside eggs, eyes visible. Non-viable eggs without embryos presernt. Hokkaido, Japan. May.  -  Tony Wu
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Tony Wu / Smooth lumpsucker (Aptocyclus ventricosus) embryos inside eggs, eyes visible. Non-viable eggs without embryos presernt. Hokkaido, Japan. May.
Sculpin (Alcichthys elongatus) eggs. Hokkaido, Japan. May.  -  Tony Wu
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Tony Wu / Sculpin (Alcichthys elongatus) eggs. Hokkaido, Japan. May.
Sculpin (Alcichthys elongatus) eggs. Hokkaido, Japan. May.  -  Tony Wu
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Tony Wu / Sculpin (Alcichthys elongatus) eggs. Hokkaido, Japan. May.
Korean sandlance (Hypoptychus dybowskii) embryos developing inside eggs, on Sargassum, close up. Hokkaido, Japan. May.  -  Tony Wu
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Tony Wu / Korean sandlance (Hypoptychus dybowskii) embryos developing inside eggs, on Sargassum, close up. Hokkaido, Japan. May.
Necropsy of a wild Fire salamander (Salamandra salamandra) gravid female, Barcelona, Spain. One uterine horn has been opened showing embryos. Small repro only  -  David Perpinan
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David Perpinan / Necropsy of a wild Fire salamander (Salamandra salamandra) gravid female, Barcelona, Spain. One uterine horn has been opened showing embryos. Small repro only
Common frog (Rana temporaria) tadpole in frogspawn, showing gills, UK, March.  Controlled conditions.  -  Steve Downer
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Steve Downer / Common frog (Rana temporaria) tadpole in frogspawn, showing gills, UK, March. Controlled conditions.
Close-up of Common frog (Rana temporaria) embryos in frogspawn, UK, March.  Controlled conditions.  -  Steve Downer
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Steve Downer / Close-up of Common frog (Rana temporaria) embryos in frogspawn, UK, March. Controlled conditions.
Close-up of Common frog (Rana temporaria) embryos in frogspawn, UK, March.  Controlled conditions.  -  Steve Downer
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Steve Downer / Close-up of Common frog (Rana temporaria) embryos in frogspawn, UK, March. Controlled conditions.
Common frog (Rana temporaria) tadpole in frogspawn, UK, March.  Controlled conditions.  -  Steve Downer
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Steve Downer / Common frog (Rana temporaria) tadpole in frogspawn, UK, March. Controlled conditions.
European / Common Lobster (Homarus gammarus) develoing eggs. The compound eyes of the embryos can be clearly seen. Controlled conditions, Cornwall, UK. Focus stacked image.  -  Alex  Hyde
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Alex Hyde / European / Common Lobster (Homarus gammarus) develoing eggs. The compound eyes of the embryos can be clearly seen. Controlled conditions, Cornwall, UK. Focus stacked image.
Hairchin goby (Sagamia geneionema) eggs. Though still early in development, individual transparent fish embryos are visible attached to the yellow-orange yolk sacs. Miho, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, P...  -  Tony Wu
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Tony Wu / Hairchin goby (Sagamia geneionema) eggs. Though still early in development, individual transparent fish embryos are visible attached to the yellow-orange yolk sacs. Miho, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, P...
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