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Fig. 6 | EvoDevo

Fig. 6

From: Establishment of the mayfly Cloeon dipterum as a new model system to investigate insect evolution

Fig. 6

Leg regeneration of a C. dipterum nymph. a Mayfly nymph before amputation of the third leg. b Nymphal leg (white arrowhead) immediately after amputation. c 24 h after amputation the wound is healed (arrowhead). d 72 h after amputation, the tissue is already partially regenerated. e, f After 7 days, the amputated leg has recovered its initial size and shape with all the segments perfectly formed

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