Last year you selected four covers for Development from images taken by students of the 2010 Woods Hole Embryology Course. These were the four winners:
The students of the 2011 course took some stunning images as well. (See also this report from the class). We’re asking you once again to help us select a cover image. This is the first round of four images. Which of these skeleton preparations would you like to see on the cover of Development? Please vote in the poll below the images. (Click any image to see a larger version.) You can vote until April 30, 12:00 (noon) GMT.
1. Veiled Chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus). This image was taken by Jake Hines (University of Colorado – Denver) and Nate Peters (University of Washington).
2. Skate (Raja). This image was taken by David Gold (University of California, Los Angeles), Lynn Kee (University of Michigan), and Meghan Morrissey (Duke University).
3. Mouse (Mus musculus). This image was taken by Samantha Jones (course assistant).
4. Corn Snake (Pantherophis guttatus). This image was taken by Jake Hines (University of Colorado – Denver) and Nate Peters (University of Washington).
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