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  • Ominous psychedelica is the m é tier of the Black Angels, whose new album, "Phosphene Dream," is terrifically entertaining.

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  • A brightly-coloured fish which bounces along the seabed has been hailed as a new species by scientists, who have dubbed it "psychedelica".

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  • The fish _ which the University of Washington professor has named "psychedelica" _ is a member of the antennariid genus, Histiophryne, and like other frogfish, has fins on both sides of its body that have evolved to be leg-like.

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  • In this undated photo released by David Hall of seaphotos. com, a recently discovered fish named "psychedelica" is shown in the waters off Ambon island, Indonesia.

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  • As soon as I came up with the phrase "mutable sonic orreries" I immediately began tinkering with the idea of starting a steampunk/psychedelica band so that could be the title of our first album.

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  • No Bollywood producer embraced psychedelica as he.

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  • Like other frogfish — a subset of anglerfish — H. psychedelica has leglike fins on both sides of its body.

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  • This trippy fish that has been confirmed as a new species and named, appropriately enough, Histiophryne psychedelica.

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  • A new frogfish has been described; Histiophryne psychedelica may be a coral mimic.

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  • This latest: a muffled sunset over a mountain from the perspective of an ocean, with purple and pink swirls reminiscent of sixties psychedelica and teenage girls 'Hello Kitty journals.

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  • "A brightly-coloured fish which bounces along the seabed has been hailed as a new species by scientists - who have dubbed it psychedelica. Research published in the US scientific journal Copeia says the fish was spotted by scuba divers off the island of Ambon in eastern Indonesia. It belongs to the frogfish family, but its looks are unique even among its peers, the journal reported."
    - Lucy Williamson, Psychedelic fish 'is new species', BBC website, 27 Feb 2009.

    February 28, 2009