Ctenophores, commonly known as comb jellies, exhibit a captivating natural phenomenon known as iridescence, which holds significant esthetic value. Iridescence in ctenophores refers to their ability to display a dazzling array of colors that change when viewed from different angles. This iridescence is primarily due to the interaction of light with microscopic, transparent, and specialized structures on the ctenophore's body, such as cilia, combs, or other light-diffracting elements. The dynamic interplay of colors as ctenophores move through the water adds a touch of magic and mystery to the underwater realm, making them fascinating subjects for photographers, artists, and nature enthusiasts.
Large Acrylic 5.8 x 8.4 x 1.1 inches
Comes with US plug and custom cable
Professor Igor Adameyko stands as a prominent figure in the field of microscopy and active biology research, promoting the exploration of marine plankton and marine conservation. Over many years, Igor, along with his team, has served as influential advocates for the microcosmic realm, contributing significantly to the promotion of knowledge about sea plankton, biodiversity and its importance in marine ecosystems.
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