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Artejos de la pata de una araña:1. Coxa. 2. Trocánter. 3. Fémur. 4. Patela. 5. Tibia. 6. Metatarso. 7. Tarso. 8. Pretarso (uñas).

Artejos de la pata de una araña:
1. Coxa. 2. Trocánter. 3. Fémur. 4. Patela. 5. Tibia. 6. Metatarso. 7. Tarso. 8. Pretarso (uñas).

(Fuente: Wikipedia)

Anatomía externa de una araña.c, prosoma (cefalotórax). a, opistosoma (abdomen). q, quelícero. p, pedipalpo. l1 a l4, patas locomotoras. h, hileras

Anatomía externa de una araña.
c, prosoma (cefalotórax). a, opistosoma (abdomen). q, quelícero. p, pedipalpo. l1 a l4, patas locomotoras. h, hileras

(Fuente: Wikipedia)

criminalwisdom:

Rat Subterranean News (1970).

Reprinted from 150 Questions for a Guerrilla by General Alberto Bayo. Bayo was a Spanish general who was born in Cuba before independence. He fought in Morocco in the ’20s and later in the ’30s as a Republican officer in the Spanish Civil War. After Franco came to power he went into exile in Mexico. Bayo is the one that trained Fidel Castro and his men in guerrilla warfare theory and tactics while they were in Mexico City in the late ’50s. As unlikely as the triumph of the Cuban Revolution ultimately was, it really would have been impossible without the training and guidance from General Bayo. It’s no surprise that his pamphlets proved to be popular with the American radicals in the ’60s and ’70s.

(Source: Babylon Falling)

criminalwisdom:

Rat Subterranean News (1970).

Reprinted from 150 Questions for a Guerrilla by General Alberto Bayo. Bayo was a Spanish general who was born in Cuba before independence. He fought in Morocco in the ’20s and later in the ’30s as a Republican officer in the Spanish Civil War. After Franco came to power he went into exile in Mexico. Bayo is the one that trained Fidel Castro and his men in guerrilla warfare theory and tactics while they were in Mexico City in the late ’50s. As unlikely as the triumph of the Cuban Revolution ultimately was, it really would have been impossible without the training and guidance from General Bayo. It’s no surprise that his pamphlets proved to be popular with the American radicals in the ’60s and ’70s.

(Source: Babylon Falling)

(vía criminalwisdom)

Atari Punk Console

(Fuente: getlofi.com)

1.- Relé2.- Led3.- No sé que sea4.- Circuito integrado del cual no distingo su matrícula5.- Micrófono6.- Resistencias de 10k7.- Capacitor cerámico8.- Transistor9.- Transistor con capucha metálica10.- Diodo11.- Capacitor electrolítico

1.- Relé
2.- Led
3.- No sé que sea
4.- Circuito integrado del cual no distingo su matrícula
5.- Micrófono
6.- Resistencias de 10k
7.- Capacitor cerámico
8.- Transistor
9.- Transistor con capucha metálica
10.- Diodo
11.- Capacitor electrolítico

(Fuente: Wikipedia)

Artejos de la pata de una araña:1. Coxa. 2. Trocánter. 3. Fémur. 4. Patela. 5. Tibia. 6. Metatarso. 7. Tarso. 8. Pretarso (uñas).

Artejos de la pata de una araña:
1. Coxa. 2. Trocánter. 3. Fémur. 4. Patela. 5. Tibia. 6. Metatarso. 7. Tarso. 8. Pretarso (uñas).

(Fuente: Wikipedia)

Anatomía externa de una araña.c, prosoma (cefalotórax). a, opistosoma (abdomen). q, quelícero. p, pedipalpo. l1 a l4, patas locomotoras. h, hileras

Anatomía externa de una araña.
c, prosoma (cefalotórax). a, opistosoma (abdomen). q, quelícero. p, pedipalpo. l1 a l4, patas locomotoras. h, hileras

(Fuente: Wikipedia)

criminalwisdom:

Rat Subterranean News (1970).

Reprinted from 150 Questions for a Guerrilla by General Alberto Bayo. Bayo was a Spanish general who was born in Cuba before independence. He fought in Morocco in the ’20s and later in the ’30s as a Republican officer in the Spanish Civil War. After Franco came to power he went into exile in Mexico. Bayo is the one that trained Fidel Castro and his men in guerrilla warfare theory and tactics while they were in Mexico City in the late ’50s. As unlikely as the triumph of the Cuban Revolution ultimately was, it really would have been impossible without the training and guidance from General Bayo. It’s no surprise that his pamphlets proved to be popular with the American radicals in the ’60s and ’70s.

(Source: Babylon Falling)

criminalwisdom:

Rat Subterranean News (1970).

Reprinted from 150 Questions for a Guerrilla by General Alberto Bayo. Bayo was a Spanish general who was born in Cuba before independence. He fought in Morocco in the ’20s and later in the ’30s as a Republican officer in the Spanish Civil War. After Franco came to power he went into exile in Mexico. Bayo is the one that trained Fidel Castro and his men in guerrilla warfare theory and tactics while they were in Mexico City in the late ’50s. As unlikely as the triumph of the Cuban Revolution ultimately was, it really would have been impossible without the training and guidance from General Bayo. It’s no surprise that his pamphlets proved to be popular with the American radicals in the ’60s and ’70s.

(Source: Babylon Falling)

(vía criminalwisdom)

Atari Punk Console

(Fuente: getlofi.com)

1.- Relé2.- Led3.- No sé que sea4.- Circuito integrado del cual no distingo su matrícula5.- Micrófono6.- Resistencias de 10k7.- Capacitor cerámico8.- Transistor9.- Transistor con capucha metálica10.- Diodo11.- Capacitor electrolítico

1.- Relé
2.- Led
3.- No sé que sea
4.- Circuito integrado del cual no distingo su matrícula
5.- Micrófono
6.- Resistencias de 10k
7.- Capacitor cerámico
8.- Transistor
9.- Transistor con capucha metálica
10.- Diodo
11.- Capacitor electrolítico

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