The Lowe Lab at Hopkins Marine Station

Echinoderm Library

Dendraster Plutei: Group of swimming Dendraster plutei

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Dendraster Plutei: 20x plutei

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Dendraster plutei: Swimming plutei

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Dendraster Metamorphosis: Dendraster juvenile emerges from larval body

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L. aequalis Brooding: An adult Leptasterias broods juveniles

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L. aequalis JuvenilesJuvenile Leptasterias

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O. spiculata Cleavage: Time lapse of Ophiothrix cell cleavage

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O. spiculata Pluteus: Two Ophiothrix plutei drifting

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P. parvimensis Gastrula 1: Swimming gastrula

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P. parvimensis Gastrula 2: Swimming gastrula

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P. parvimensis Early Auricularia 1: Group of early auricularia

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P. parvimensis Early Auricularia 2: Group of swimming auricularia

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P. parvimensis Early Auricularia 3: Group of swimming early auricula with visible haline bodies

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P. parvimensis Late Auricularia: Group of drifting auricularia

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P. parvimensis Juvenile 1: Juvenile cucumber flexing

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P. parvimensis Juvenile 2: Juvenile cucumber flexing

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P. parvimensis Juvenile 3: Juvenile cucumber flexing

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P. parvimensis Juvenile 4: Juvenile cucumber flexing

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P. parvimensis Juvenile 5: Juvenile cucumber flexing

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P. parvimensis Juvenile 6: Juvenile cucumber flexing

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P. miniata Gastrula: P. miniata gastrula. Video courtesy of A. M. Hines

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P. miniata Late Gastrula: Larva is nearly a bipinnaria, but had not yet permeated its larval mouth. Video courtesy of A. M. Hines

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P. miniata Early Brachiolaria: Early-stage brachiolarian larva flexing and drifting. Video courtesy of A. M. Hines

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P. miniata Early Brachiolaria 2: 20x early brachiolaria. Video courtesy of A. M. Hines

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P. miniata Brachiolaria: Single brachiolaria with a clear view of the brachiolarian complex and the juvenile rudiment. Video courtesy of A. M. Hines

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P. miniata Feeding Brachiolaria: 20x brachiolaria feeding. Video courtesy of A. M. Hines

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P. miniata Brachiolarian Skeletal Development: Calcein-stained skeletal plates are highlighted in a flexing brachiolarian larva. Video courtesy of A. M. Hines

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P. miniata Drifting Brachiolaria: Lone drifting brachiolaria with visible water flow. Video courtesy of A. M. Hines

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P. miniata Brachiolarian Complex: 20x with attention to the brachiolarian complex. Video courtesy of A. M. Hines

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P. giganteus Late Bipinnaria 1: Swimming larvae

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P. giganteus Late Bipinnaria 2: Swimming larvae

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Solaster Larva 1: Solaster larva

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Solaster Larva 2: Solaster larva

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Solaster Larva 3: Solaster larva

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Solaster Juvenile 1: Solaster juvenile

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Solaster Juvenile 2: Solaster juvenile

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S. purpuratus Plutei: Urchin plutei in various stages of development

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S. purpuratus Plutei 2: Six-arm urchin plutei

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S. purpuratus Juvenile: Metamorphosed juvenile crawling

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S. purpuratus Chromatophores: Time lapse of migrating pigment cells

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