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  • Diaphonised | Axolotl | Small

    Diaphonisation was first developed in 1977 by the scientists G. Dingerkus and L.D. Uhler, and has also been known as clearing and staining. The process uses chemicals which are employed to render the skin of an animal translucent, as well as break down flesh, while dyes are used to colour the bones or cartilage.

    These specimens become transparent and offer a window into their skeletal structure. A truly beautiful way to see anatomy.

    These axolotl specimens has been diaphonised with violet and blue dyes. They are housed in a globe that measures approx. 6.5cm in diametre.


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