Begonia amphioxus, Bégoniacées, terrarium, plante exotique d'intérieur, Paris 19e (75)Begonia amphioxus http://www.pariscotejardin.fr/2017/06/begonia-amphioxus/

Begonia amphioxus, Bégoniacées, terrarium, plante exotique d'intérieur, Paris 19e (75)Begonia amphioxus http://www.pariscotejardin.fr/2017/06/begonia-amphioxus/

Begonia amphioxus, Bégoniacées, terrarium, plante exotique d'intérieur, Paris 19e (75)Begonia amphioxus http://www.pariscotejardin.fr/2017/06/begonia-amphioxus/

Begonia amphioxus, Bégoniacées, terrarium, plante exotique d'intérieur, Paris 19e (75)Begonia amphioxus http://www.pariscotejardin.fr/2017/06/begonia-amphioxus/

It's a Long Way From Amphioxus - YouTube

It's a Long Way From Amphioxus - YouTube

Begonia amphioxus

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Begonia amphioxus with female flower

Begonia amphioxus with female flower

A brainless "fish" without a face, the elusive Amphioxus was seen in the waters off Tankerness. The rarely seen species is not a true fish—it's "an evolutionary step" between invertebrates and vertebrates. For instance, Amphioxus has a nerve cord—a precursor to a proper backbone.  The white structure that resembles a spine is actually the species' gonads, which are located in its belly.

A brainless "fish" without a face, the elusive Amphioxus was seen in the waters off Tankerness. The rarely seen species is not a true fish—it's "an evolutionary step" between invertebrates and vertebrates. For instance, Amphioxus has a nerve cord—a precursor to a proper backbone. The white structure that resembles a spine is actually the species' gonads, which are located in its belly.

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