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Xenopus laevis stage series: stages 10 through 22

View stages: 1-10 | 10-22 | 23-46 | all Fate maps Movies Anatomical Ontology

Digitized images and developmental data from Nieuwkoop and Faber (1994) Normal Table of Xenopus laevis (Daudin). Garland Publishing Inc, New York ISBN 0-8153-1896-0.

Click on the small images to download larger versions (most are < 0.1 MB, 300 dpi jpg files, and TIFF files are also available).

Copyright © 1994 Pieter D. Nieuwkoop and J. Faber. Digital images created by Matt Cockerill and Peter Vize.

Stage 10.5, vegetal view

11 hr pf @ 23°C

Stage 10.5, vegetal view

11 hr pf @ 23°C

Stage 11, vegetal view

11 hr 45 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 11.5, vegetal view

12 hr 30 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 12, vegetal view

13 hr 15 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 12.5, posterior-dorsal view

14 hr 15 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 13, posterior-dorsal view

14 hr 45 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 14, posterior-dorsal view

16 hr 15 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 14, lateral view

16 hr 15 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 15, posterior-dorsal view

17 hr 30 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 15, anterior view

17 hr 30 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 16, anterior view

18 hr 15 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 16, posterior-dorsal view

18 hr 15 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 17, anterior view

18 hr 45 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 17, posterior-dorsal view

18 hr 45 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 18, anterior view

19 hr 45 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 19, dorsal view

20 hr 45 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 19, anterior view

20 hr 45 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 20, dorsal view

21 hr 45 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 20, anterior view

21 hr 45 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 21, dorsal view

22 hr 30 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 21, anterior view

22 hr 30 min pf @ 23°C

Stage 22, dorsal view

24 hr pf @ 23°C

Stage 22, lateral view

24 hr pf @ 23°C

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