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Images Dated 19th December 2005

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Grenadier cap, officers, 43rd Regiment of Foot Featured 19 Dec 2005 Image

Grenadier cap, officers, 43rd Regiment of Foot

Grenadier cap, officers, 43rd Regiment of Foot, 1740-1749. Metal and silk thread embroidery on velvet and wool. This officer's cap displays the white horse and motto of the house of Hanover, the Royal family of the time. Translated, the motto reads Nor do difficulties deter'. Until a Royal Warrant in 1751 forbade it, the Colonel of the Regiment could put whatever device or badge he chose on the grenadier cap. Date: 1740

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Emperor shrimp on soft coral, Bali, Indonesia Featured 19 Dec 2005 Image

Emperor shrimp on soft coral, Bali, Indonesia

Orange, white and blue emperor shrimp on cauliflower-like white soft coral, Bali, Indonesia

© Mathieu Meur/Stocktrek Images

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Sheep ked Featured 19 Dec 2005 Image

Sheep ked

Sheep ked (Melophagus ovinus), light micrograph. This wingless, blood-sucking fly is an ectoparasite of sheep. The hooks on the ends of its legs help it to attach to its host. Adults feed several times a day and large infestations can cause anaemia. The sheep ked is spread by close contact between sheep. Treatment with sheep dip should successfully remove all keds

© DR KEITH WHEELER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY