RMF3BJYY–Soft coral polyp, Cavernolina sp., Flores Indonesia
RME61328–Gonothyraea loveni polyp.
RMG7J2FA–Corymorpha nutans, Hydroid, sand polyp, illustration from book dated 1904
RMC080H2–Graham's Sheet Coral (Agaricia grahamae), polyp, stony coral, Saint Lucia, St. Lucia Island, Windward Islands, Lesser Antilles
RM2CWB90C–Porites is a genus of stony coral; they are small polyp stony (SPS) corals. They are characterised by a finger-like morphology. Sample from Vietnam
RMG9X2AX–polyp of mediterranean fan coral, Europe, Mediterranean Sea / (Paramuricea clavata)
RMCT547T–COLON POLYP, DRAWING
RFEH7FXG–Removal of polyp, artwork
RMB4RJPK–Chickpeas and polyp, Italy
RFW536TF–Body with intestinal polyp - 3D illustration
RMEBKKR5–Polyp Soft Coral (Sinularia flexibilis), side view
RMERKEG9–A detailed shot of a Coral Polyp in abstract, Sapi, TARP, Sabah, Malaysia, Borneo
RM2D97N74–Coral polyp detail, Mayotte
RMT94YRP–Illustration of polyps in the intestines. A polyp is an abnormal growth of tissue projecting from a mucous membrane.
RMDXFGF9–Polyp of Hard Coral, Diploastrea sp., Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia
RM2C660KF–Small polyp stony coral (Montipora sp. ) Plates exposed to light. Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia, Pacific Ocean
RFCX31FR–Coral polyp in Komodo, Indonesia, coral reef, sea life, colorful, color, coral, ocean, sea, scuba diving, marine life, sea life
RMBCDY67–This Clove Polyp, Glove Polyp or Waving Hand Polyp forms part of a coral reef in The Flores Sea near Komodo Island, Indonesia.
RFDEJF65–Detail image of hard coral polyp, Favia sp.
RMBMYN7P–Pulsing Polyp Coral (Xenia Umbellata) - Egypt, Red Sea
RFFB1DD3–Underwater extreme close up view of open coral polyp during night dive, Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico
RM2DCFHYT–Odilon Redon, (artist), French, 1840 - 1916, Le Polype difforme flottait sur les rivages, sorte de cyclope souriant et hideux (Thedeformed polyp floated on the shores, a sort of smiling and hideous Cyclops, Les Origines, (series), 1883, lithograph, image: 21.4 × 20 cm (8 7/16 × 7 7/8 in.), sheet: 54.7 × 36 cm (21 9/16 × 14 3/16 in
RFG2R1HP–Tiny polyp attached to brown weed
RF2DA63JB–A kitten in a protective collar after surgery to remove a polyp. Cornish Rex sick, sleeping.
RFC434CJ–Yellow coral polyp
RF2JKWMW9–Digestive system: the colon with a colonic polyp.
RF2C9JG2D–Polyp removal, illustration. Removal of a colonic polyp with an electrical wire loop during a colonoscopy.
RMB2NJXR–Polyp with potatoes, Italy
RFCC5JMY–Starfish on coral polyp background.
RMEBKKB0–Green Star Polyp (Pachyclavularia spec.), side view
RMD73X3F–A light pink octocoral polyp on the reef
RMH7TX7G–Button Polyp (Palythoa sp) colony, Komodo Island, Indonesia
RMT94YRK–Illustration of polyps in the intestines. A polyp is an abnormal growth of tissue projecting from a mucous membrane.
RMKM03RM–Large polyp stone coral (Echinopora pacificus),Nusa Lembongan,Bali,Indonesia
RFFD2FP1–Small hermit crab living in an abandoned coral polyp hole, Fiji.
RFC80D85–Close-up view of an individual coral polyp captured at 3X life size, Bonaire, Caribbean Netherlands.
RFDD6DND–Coral polyp feeds on the reef on the Tandy Rusa divesite in the Lembeh Straits
RMR3DGKG–map showing the Drummully polyp or colemans island between northern ireland republic of ireland border
RMFCJFDN–Coral polyp Tubastrea faulkneri. Red Sea, Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.
RMC6P29T–Mushroom Coral (Fungia fungites) polyp. Papua New Guinea, Bismarck Sea
RF2FM2W53–colonoscopy in the large bowel. Close-up of colonoscope, and Colorectal polyp. Cross section of a colon. Vector illustration
RMBXK6PF–Coral Polyp Ras Mohammed National Park, Red Sea, Sinai, Egypt,
RMKFDB0D–Orange goby fish inside a fluorescent button coral polyp (Scolymia sp.). Ambon Bay, Indonesia.
RME5R7D8–A 3D computed tomography (CT) scan of the colon, showing a polyp.
RMATW2RX–Colonial cup coral, Tubastraea coccinea, pictured under a ledge looking straight up to the surface, Hawaii.
RF2JKWMY2–Colon anatomy: close-up of a colonic polyp.
RFHRXMD6–Computer illustration of an adenomatous polyp in the intestine. Polyps are abnormal growths that arise from the mucus lining of the intestine. Although adenomatous polyps start off benign (non-cancerous), as they grow they almost always become malignant (cancerous).
RMB2NJXT–Polyp with potatoes, Italy
RMCT0M96–Coral polyp with tentacles and mouth, Caribbean
RMEBKKRH–Polyp Soft Coral (Sinularia flexibilis), side view of a colony
RMDF7E5D–Small Polyp Stony Coral or Cabbage Coral (Montipora foliosa), Kri Island, Dampier Strait, West Papua, Indonesia