The intercellular junctions of cone pedicles in the turtle retina were studied electronmicroscopically in tissue prepared by conventional techniques or impregnated by the method of Golgi. Dendritic branchlets of bipolar cells make specialized contacts with the basal surface of the pedicles. Processes ending laterally to wedge-shaped projections (synaptic ridges) of the pedicles probably belong always to horizontal cells, and make proximal and distal (to the synaptic ridges) junctions with the pedicles. Processes ending opposite the apex of the synaptic ridges are engaged also in two kinds of specialized contacts, termed apical and distal junctions. Basal processes of the cone pedicles make specialized contacts with adjacent pedicles, and with unidentified processes at the outer plexiform layer; their endings abut upon horizontal cell processes lodged within the pedicles of other cone cells.