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Collection by Hélène Mcd

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Hélène Mcd
Ngunis among Acacia Karroo Bush Drawing, Tree Line Drawing, Tree Drawings Pencil, Branch Drawing, Leaf Drawing, Vine Tattoos, Mom Tattoos, Leaf Tattoos, Sleeve Tattoos

Ngunis among Acacia Karroo

The striking white thorns on the Acacia Karroo are a striking contrast to the patterns on the Nguni Cattle. This series explores that relationship.

The Neotropical dry forest of Central America, which once covered much of the Pacific coasts of Mexico and Central America, is now reduced to small, isolated patches. Santa Rosa National Park in Costa Rica is the largest remaining area of this habitat. Seed Pods, Pacific Coast, Acacia, Habitats, National Parks, Flowers, Plants, Landscapes, Tattoo

Neotropical Dry Forest

The Neotropical dry forest of Central America, which once covered much of the Pacific coasts of Mexico and Central America, is now reduced to small, isolated patches. Santa Rosa National Park in Costa Rica is the largest remaining area of this habitat.

African acacia trees are without a doubt the most iconic trees in Africa. Acacia, African Tree, Do You Really, National Parks, Leaves, Plants, Jerusalem, Poem, Israel

10 Things You Didn't Know About African Acacia Trees

African acacia trees are without a doubt the most iconic trees in Africa. But how much do you really know about them? | Page 7

A Pseudomyrmex spinicola acacia ant pauses outside the nest entrance. The ants cut a circular entrance hole to gain access to the inside of the hollow thorn. Acacia, Habitats, Plants, Animals, Panama, Gain, Nest, Entrance, Science

Pseudomyrmex spinicola

is a largely tropical genus of elongate ants, usually arboreal, found throughout the warmer regions of the New World. Several Central American species have evolved complex and specialized relationships with the Acacia plants they inhabit.

  Antique Prints, Vintage Prints, Acacia, Ant Species, Engraving Printing, Bull Horns, Prehistoric Animals, Drawing Techniques, Coat Of Arms

1898 Myrmecophyte or Ant-Plants - Acacia sphaerocephala, Cecropia adenopus etc. Original Antique German Engraving

1898 Myrmecophyte or Ant-Plants - Acacia sphaerocephala, Cecropia adenopus, Myrmecodia echinata original antique German engraving. Wonderful antique print of marvelous engraving - superbly detailed with sharp-edged drawing technique, fine piece of work of the 19th century. The paper is in good condition however sometimes stricken with years, tiny marks - spot, damp mark, minor torn - might occur due to the passed decades. The print is blank on reverse. Size - 9,6" x 6,3" These fabulous…