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Image of the Day: Bastard Hogberry

The fruit of the South American tropical plant, Margaritaria nobilis, commonly called "bastard hogberry" (shown here floating in water) changes its apparent color and has inspired a new type of photonic fiber.

By | January 30, 2013

Peter Vukusic, Harvard University

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