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A blue light fluorescence photo of Jewel anemones (Corynactis viridis). The blue light source excites the fluorescent pigments in the anemones, which emit light of other colours. The muddy seabed and...  -  Alex Mustard,Alex  Mustard
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Alex Mustard,Alex Mustard / A blue light fluorescence photo of Jewel anemones (Corynactis viridis). The blue light source excites the fluorescent pigments in the anemones, which emit light of other colours. The muddy seabed and...
Devonshire cup coral (Caryophyllia smithii) photographed under deep blue light to reveal its fluorescent pigments, showing up as green in this photo. Plymouth Sound, Devon, UK, English Channel, July  -  Alex Mustard / 2020VISION
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Alex Mustard / 2020VISION / Devonshire cup coral (Caryophyllia smithii) photographed under deep blue light to reveal its fluorescent pigments, showing up as green in this photo. Plymouth Sound, Devon, UK, English Channel, July
Antler coral (Pocillopora grandis) showing bleaching with pastel green fluorescence. This is believed to result from pigments produced by coral acting as sunscreen in an attempt to survive bleaching....  -  Doug Perrine
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Doug Perrine / Antler coral (Pocillopora grandis) showing bleaching with pastel green fluorescence. This is believed to result from pigments produced by coral acting as sunscreen in an attempt to survive bleaching....
Antler coral (Pocillopora grandis) showing bleaching with pastel green fluorescence. This is believed to result from pigments produced by coral acting as sunscreen in an attempt to survive bleaching....  -  Doug Perrine
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Doug Perrine / Antler coral (Pocillopora grandis) showing bleaching with pastel green fluorescence. This is believed to result from pigments produced by coral acting as sunscreen in an attempt to survive bleaching....
Antler coral (Pocillopora grandis), partially bleached. Healthy coral is brown due to presence of symbiotic zooxanthellae. Damaged coral is bleached white due to loss of the symbiotic algae, fluoresci...  -  Doug Perrine
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Doug Perrine / Antler coral (Pocillopora grandis), partially bleached. Healthy coral is brown due to presence of symbiotic zooxanthellae. Damaged coral is bleached white due to loss of the symbiotic algae, fluoresci...
Mushroom coral (Fungia sp.) fluoresces a bright orange at depth. At this depth underwater there is no orange light left, pigments within the coral absorb blue light and emit it as orange light (the re...  -  Alex Mustard
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Alex Mustard / Mushroom coral (Fungia sp.) fluoresces a bright orange at depth. At this depth underwater there is no orange light left, pigments within the coral absorb blue light and emit it as orange light (the re...
A blue light fluorescence photo of light bulb sea squirts (Clavelina lepadiformis). The blue light source excites the fluorescent pigments in the sea squirts which emit light of other colours. The mud...  -  Alex  Mustard
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Alex Mustard / A blue light fluorescence photo of light bulb sea squirts (Clavelina lepadiformis). The blue light source excites the fluorescent pigments in the sea squirts which emit light of other colours. The mud...
A blue light fluorescence photo of Jewel anemones (Corynactis viridis). The blue light source excites the fluorescent pigments in the anemones, which emit light of other colours. The muddy seabed and...  -  Alex  Mustard
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Alex Mustard / A blue light fluorescence photo of Jewel anemones (Corynactis viridis). The blue light source excites the fluorescent pigments in the anemones, which emit light of other colours. The muddy seabed and...
A blue light fluorescence photo of Jewel anemones (Corynactis viridis). The blue light source excites the fluorescent pigments in the anemones, which emit light of other colours. The muddy seabed and...  -  Alex  Mustard
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Alex Mustard / A blue light fluorescence photo of Jewel anemones (Corynactis viridis). The blue light source excites the fluorescent pigments in the anemones, which emit light of other colours. The muddy seabed and...
Boulder star coral (Montastrea annularis) showing fluorescent green coloration when photographed under only blue light at night to excite the fluorescent pigments in the coral, East End, Grand Cayman,...  -  Alex Mustard
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Alex Mustard / Boulder star coral (Montastrea annularis) showing fluorescent green coloration when photographed under only blue light at night to excite the fluorescent pigments in the coral, East End, Grand Cayman,...
RF- Boulder star coral (Montastrea annularis) showing fluorescent green coloration, photographed under blue light at night, to excite fluorescent pigments in the coral, East End, Grand Cayman, Cayman...  -  Alex Mustard
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Alex Mustard / RF- Boulder star coral (Montastrea annularis) showing fluorescent green coloration, photographed under blue light at night, to excite fluorescent pigments in the coral, East End, Grand Cayman, Cayman...
Common fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster) showing the Orange mutation (eyes have fewer red pigments than normal) the mutation is used as a genetic marker. Vienna Drosophila RNAi Center, Institute for...  -  Solvin Zankl
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Solvin Zankl / Common fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster) showing the Orange mutation (eyes have fewer red pigments than normal) the mutation is used as a genetic marker. Vienna Drosophila RNAi Center, Institute for...
Papua New Guinean artist carving Malagan wooden sculptures, the ceremonial art of New Ireland's living culture, from the soft, abundant Saba tree wood. He uses four natural pigments for paint. Kavieng...  -  Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Papua New Guinean artist carving Malagan wooden sculptures, the ceremonial art of New Ireland's living culture, from the soft, abundant Saba tree wood. He uses four natural pigments for paint. Kavieng...
Papua New Guinean artist carving Malagan wooden sculptures, the ceremonial art of New Ireland's living culture, from the soft, abundant Saba tree wood. He uses four natural pigments for paint.  Kavien...  -  Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Papua New Guinean artist carving Malagan wooden sculptures, the ceremonial art of New Ireland's living culture, from the soft, abundant Saba tree wood. He uses four natural pigments for paint. Kavien...
Papua New Guinean artist with the four natural pigments he uses for paint. He carves Malagan wooden sculptures, the ceremonial art of New Ireland's living culture, from the soft, abundant Saba tree wo...  -  Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Papua New Guinean artist with the four natural pigments he uses for paint. He carves Malagan wooden sculptures, the ceremonial art of New Ireland's living culture, from the soft, abundant Saba tree wo...
Aspens (Populus tremuloides) in their autumn glory. Western USA.  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Aspens (Populus tremuloides) in their autumn glory. Western USA.
Partially leucistic Oystercatcher {Haematopus ostralegus}, Angus, Scotland, UK  -  Niall Benvie
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Niall Benvie / Partially leucistic Oystercatcher {Haematopus ostralegus}, Angus, Scotland, UK
Ochre cliffs Roussillon Provence France  -  Mike Read
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Mike Read / Ochre cliffs Roussillon Provence France
Variegated leaf colours of Painted Nettle (Coleus blumei)  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Variegated leaf colours of Painted Nettle (Coleus blumei)
Autumn leaves of Nandina plants. Sunlight stimulates the synthesis of red anthocyanin pigments in the fall but where part of the leaf is shaded by another leaf only the yellow carotenoid pigments are...  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Autumn leaves of Nandina plants. Sunlight stimulates the synthesis of red anthocyanin pigments in the fall but where part of the leaf is shaded by another leaf only the yellow carotenoid pigments are...
Pinesap / False beechdrops (Monotropa hypopitys) saprotrophic plants, North America.  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Pinesap / False beechdrops (Monotropa hypopitys) saprotrophic plants, North America.
Squaw Root (Conopholis americana), a parasitic plant that lacks chlorophyll and lives on tree roots, especially Oaks (Quercus sp), Orobranchaceae, Eastern North America.  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Squaw Root (Conopholis americana), a parasitic plant that lacks chlorophyll and lives on tree roots, especially Oaks (Quercus sp), Orobranchaceae, Eastern North America.
Squaw Root (Conopholis americana), a parasitic plant that lacks chlorophyll and lives on tree roots, especially Oaks (Quercus sp), Orobranchaceae, Eastern North America.  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Squaw Root (Conopholis americana), a parasitic plant that lacks chlorophyll and lives on tree roots, especially Oaks (Quercus sp), Orobranchaceae, Eastern North America.
Red Maple tree (Acer rubrum) leaves beginning to change to colour in autumn, North America.  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Red Maple tree (Acer rubrum) leaves beginning to change to colour in autumn, North America.
Sugar Maple (Acer saccharum) in autumn colours, Eastern North America.  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Sugar Maple (Acer saccharum) in autumn colours, Eastern North America.
Variegated leaves of Joseph's coat (Amaranthus tricolor).  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Variegated leaves of Joseph's coat (Amaranthus tricolor).
Variegated leaves of Coleus plant  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Variegated leaves of Coleus plant
Difference in chlorophyll content between the darker upper surface of a Red Maple leaf and the lighter lower surfaces (Acer rubrum), North America.  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Difference in chlorophyll content between the darker upper surface of a Red Maple leaf and the lighter lower surfaces (Acer rubrum), North America.
Caladium leaf variety.  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Caladium leaf variety.
Etiolation of leaves shows the lack of chlorophyll for plants exposed to little or no light.  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Etiolation of leaves shows the lack of chlorophyll for plants exposed to little or no light.
Chlorophyll in regular Asparagus plants on the left and bleached Asparagus plants on the right caused by the lack of sunlight.  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Chlorophyll in regular Asparagus plants on the left and bleached Asparagus plants on the right caused by the lack of sunlight.
Plant pigments in Red Maple leaves (Acer rubrum), including chlorophyll, carotenoids, xanthophylls, and anthocyanins, North America.  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Plant pigments in Red Maple leaves (Acer rubrum), including chlorophyll, carotenoids, xanthophylls, and anthocyanins, North America.
Various pigments of autumn Red Oak leaves (Quercus rubra), anthocyanins, carotenoids, xanthophylls, and chlorophyll, North America.  -  Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Various pigments of autumn Red Oak leaves (Quercus rubra), anthocyanins, carotenoids, xanthophylls, and chlorophyll, North America.