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Both a fish and a tineid moth with fake headlike color patterns near the tail take their species name, beeblebroxi, from the intergalactic gadabout Zaphod Beeblebrox, who had two heads, in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (1980, Douglas Adams, Harmony Books).
Nowhere concerned with likeness, mimetic or otherwise, the cluster of vertical planks is nonetheless characterized by an undeniable anthropomorphism, bearing headlike orbs that focus the display.
(In this shift from the allover to figure/ ground composition, one is tempted to cite the coincidental model of Jackson Pollock's return to figuration in 1951-56.) Headlike or treelike references emerge as putative subjects.