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Invertebrate Brain Gallery

Many invertebrate animals have evolved a rich variety of brains (head ganglia). Unusually large brains of squids and octopuses and small but sophisticated brains of arthropods, especially those of insects, are among the most fascinating brains created on earth by natural selection. Here, photographs of invertebrates of 6 phyla, 35 orders and 47 species and those of their central nervous systems are presented, with brief explanations of their characteristics. Enjoy seeing the pictures and consider evolution of brains in invertebrates. These images can be only used for research and education freely. Providers (Dr. Makoto Mizunami) have copyright for images and documents.

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Giant hornet
suzumeTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Asian forest scorpion
sasoriTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Malagasy red giant millipede
redTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Amphioxus
nameuoTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Walkingsticks
nanaTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Slug
nameTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Vinegarone
modokiTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Western honeybee
mituTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Earth worm
mimizu_nouTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Madagascar hissing cockroach
madaTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Stag beetle
kuwaTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Sphinx moth
kosu_nouTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Namalycastis sp.
koruderuTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
ChalCaucasus beetle
kokaTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Snow crab
kaniTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Praying mantis
kamaTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Horseshoe crab
kabutoganiTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Japanese rhinoceros beetle
kabutoTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Japanese common squid
ikaTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12
Wharf roach
hunamushiTH.jpg
Kuramochi
2006-04-12

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