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Blood flow in roach fry, microscopy

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KARL GAFF / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY KARL GAFF / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Light microscopy of the fry of a roach (Rutilus rutilus). When the fry have just hatched they are transparent, allowing internal structures to be seen. Blood is seen flowing down to the tail. The dark spots are pigment cells that will eventually cover the fish's skin. The vertebral column is seen below the blood vessels. The roach is a common freshwater and brackish water fish found throughout Europe and western Asia. This specimen was collected from the Grand Canal, County Kildare, Republic of Ireland.

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