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The dots are gone

Today’s Open Access File of the Day depicts one step in the life cycle of the tropical abalone Haliotis asinina, that of sexual maturity. In comparison to the previous stage, it has lost the characteristic blue and orange dots.     Fig. 1H of the article Dynamic expression … Continue reading

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Miniature open-access frogs taking over?

Today’s Open Access File of the Day really is a file of the day, i.e. of January 12, 2012: published as part of the taxonomic description of a new species yesterday, it is currently featured on the main pages of the Thai, Bulgarian, English and German Wikipedias. Why? It depicts … Continue reading

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Article-level metrics on reuse – a gastropod perspective

An article, Neogastropod phylogenetic relationships based on entire mitochondrial genomes, was published by Regina L Cunha, Cristina Grande and Rafael Zardoya in BMC Evolutionary Biology in 2009. It contains multiple phylogenetic trees, with thumbnail images added to represent inhabitants of individual branches. The … Continue reading

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Snail eggs

Today’s Open Access File of the Day depicts eggs of the snail Pomacea canaliculata. It is cropped from a composite figure that compares egg masses of several species of Pomacea. Metadata: Cropped and rearranged from Fig. 3 of the article The identity, distribution, and impacts of … Continue reading

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