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Immunostaining of planktonic Cnidaria  
These small stinging marine animals, whose lineage goes back to before the Cambrian, have been stained to reveal acetylated tubulin (green), myosin (red), nuclei (blue). [The “c” in cnidaria is silent.]

MultiView Light Sheet Microscopy
Marine Animal Models in Evolution & Development, Sweden 2013
ZEISS Microscopy on Flickr.

Helena Parra, Institut de Biologia Evolutiva (CSIC-Universitat Pompeu Fabra), Barcelona.

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