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Biodiversity Heritage Library: illustrations

Biodiversity Heritage Library: illustrations

Tigers of the World by rogerdhall

Fine art illustration of all extant species and subspecies of tigers Tigers of the World

Birds’ Eggs taken from ‘Catalogue of the Collection of Birds’ Eggs in the British Museum’ by British Museum (Natural History). Department of Zoology. W. Ogilvie-Grant. December 1901. Natural History...

heaveninawildflower: “ Birds’ Eggs taken from ‘Catalogue of the Collection of Birds’ Eggs in the British Museum’ by British Museum (Natural History). Department of Zoology.

vintage Bat illustration - perfect for the season that's right around the corner :=)

Vintage bat illustration - also great tattoo designs! I would have the the hanging bat with the flying bats smaller and in this background

Illustrations from 'Erpétologie Générale, ou,  Histoire Naturelle Complète des Reptiles'  by AMC Duméril & G Bibron, 1854.

Rhacphore de Reinwardt a.a Reinwardt’s Flying Frog (Rhacophorus reinwardtii), Illustration by Marie Costant Dumeril Gotta have my frogs!

Murex and Ranella. The zoology of the voyage of H.M.S. Sulphur v.2  London :Smith, Elder,1844 [i.e. 1843-1846]  Biodiversitylibrary. Biodivlibrary. BHL. Biodiversity Heritage Library

Murex and Ranella in "The zoology of the voyage of H. Sulphur, vol. London, Smith, Elder, From the Biodiversity Heritage Library.

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