Kingfisher, Scientific Illustration

Belted Kingfisher I American ornithology; or, The natural history of the birds of the United States I London I Cassell, Petter & Galpin

Gemeinnüzzige Naturgeschichte des Thierreichs bd 2 plates  Berlin ;bei Gottlieb August Lange,1780-1789.

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1920 Beetles Antique Chromolithograph Coleoptera Print by carambas, $16.00

1920 Beetles Antique Chromolithograph Coleoptera Print by carambas And the print style can be anything in nature! Even beetles.

The natural history of the birds of the United States

American Ornithology: The natural history of the birds of the United States, Alexander Wilson, Vol II,

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Pesquet's Parrot - high resolution image from old book.This JPEG image is a high resolution printable scan of an old page (or plate, or engraving, or lithograph) from antique book published before Image may be downloa

Brown Trout (Salmo trutta fario) (with kingfisher…)  From Brehms Tierleben (Brehm’s animal life) vol. 8, under the direction of Alfred Edmund Brehm, Leipzig & Vienna, 1900.

Brown Trout (Salmo trutta fario) (with kingfisher…) From Brehms Tierleben (Brehm’s animal life) vol. under the direction of Alfred Edmund Brehm, Leipzig & Vienna,

Petit: William Jardine’s (English, 1800-74) Naturalist Library ~ Parrots (1836); engraved by William Lizars (Scottish, 1788-1859), Jardine’s brother in law.

Cockatiel by William Jardine’s (English, Naturalist Library ~ Parrots engraved by William Lizars (Scottish,

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more flamingos. Oiseaux (1884) - Faune de la Sénégambie / - Biodiversity Heritage Library

theartfulgene: “ Flamingos feed with their heads upside down, consequently, their bills have also adapted to work in reverse. Most birds and mammals have their upper jaw fixed to skull and a flexible.

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