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Stigma and Pollen Tubes of Lilium martagon

The Dodel-Port Atlas images were drawn and collated by the husband and wife team of Arnold and Carolina Dodel-Port. Arnold was a Swiss botanist who began composing these images in McGregor Museum, University of Auckland

Aristolochiaceae - Aristolochia clypeata From: l'Illustration horticole. Revue mensuelle des serres et des jardins by Éduard André (editor) and published by Jean Jules Linden.

Aristolochia gigantea (Pelican Flower)åÊ Fast growing vine that can grow ft tall with support. It has deeply cordate triangular leaves and large, oddly-shaped flowers that are really petal-less

SEM Images  Foxglove seed (Digitalis purpurea)

Science Image of Foxglove seed (Digitalis purpurea) from PS MicroGraphs. Specialists in Science Images.

2 Vintage Anatomical Prints skull skeleton by FromEuropeWithLove, $5.90

skull skeleton illustrations 2 Vintage Anatomical Prints Medical Diagrams Anatomy Print Paper Ephemera Old upcycled recycled repurposed

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Algae in water supplies: an illustrated manual on the identification, significance, and control of algae in water supplies., Page: 45 | UNT Digital Library

A manual designed to help "water analysts and others who deal with the many problems and effects associated with the presence of algae in water supplies.

v.5 (1849) - Flore des serres et des jardins de l'Europe - Biodiversity Heritage Library

Aristolochia odoratissima (synonym: Aristolochia picta) From Flore des Serres et des Jardins de l’Europe (Flowers of the Greenhouses and Gardens of Europe) vol. by Charles Lemaire, Michael Scheidweiler, and Louis van Houtte, Ghent,

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A naturalist's rambles on the Devonshire coast, Philip Henry Gose, London: John Van Voorst, 1853

A naturalist's rambles on the Devonshire coast, Philip Henry Gose, London: John Van Voorst, 1853

microscopic cross section of a sycamore tree sapling - - Google Search

Beauty in nature: microscopic plant cells. texture, colour and pattern inspiration