Loosely meandering, agrichnial farming trace of an unknown organism. Cosmorhaphe, Tertiary, Poland. (From W. Häntzschel, in C. Teichert, ed., Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, pt. W, revised, University of Kansas Press, 1975)
Tightly meandering, pascichnial grazing trail, created by an unknown worm. Helminthoida, Tertiary, Austria. (From W. Häntzschel, in C. Teichert, ed., Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, pt. W, revised, University of Kansas Press, 1975)
Complex, composite ichnofabric created by numerous successive phases of burrowing in a fine-grained pelagic carbonate deposit, which has been weakly cemented to become chalk. Upper Cretaceous, Denmark. (Photograph by A. A. Ekdale and R. G. Bromley)
Generalized sketch of the vertebrate labyrinth. The three cristae, macula ultriculi, and macula sacculi are always present in vertebrates, and the other endings appear as indicated, with a few exceptions.
Auditory sensitivity of a wood turtle (Clemmys insculpta), as shown by the potentials produced in its ear by sounds. The curve shows the sound pressure necessary to produce a potential of 0.3 microvolt.
Launching of a field-mobile, short-range, all-weather surface-to-air Roland missile. The West German–French Roland has been licensed for production in the United States for use as a U.S. Army air defense weapon. (U.S. Army)