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scientificillustration:

heaveninawildflower:

Wild bees and flowers. Illustration from ‘About Bees’ by Rev. F. G. Jenyns
Published 1886 by W. Gardner, Darton, & co. in London .  
https://archive.org/stream/bookaboutbeesthe00jeny#page/n0/mode/2up                  

Woops! they are hoverflies and bee flies, not bees in this illustration.
Thanks for the correction Wandering Nature

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scientificillustration:

heaveninawildflower:

Wild bees and flowers. Illustration from ‘About Bees’ by Rev. F. G. Jenyns

Published 1886 by W. Gardner, Darton, & co. in London .  

https://archive.org/stream/bookaboutbeesthe00jeny#page/n0/mode/2up                  

Woops! they are hoverflies and bee flies, not bees in this illustration.

Thanks for the correction Wandering Nature

blackpaint20:

Study of two skulls
Engraving
After Agostino Carracci 
Print made by Luca Ciamberlano 
Published by Pietro Stefanoni 
1600-1630
Source; British Museum

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blackpaint20:

Study of two skulls

Engraving

After Agostino Carracci 

Print made by Luca Ciamberlano 

Published by Pietro Stefanoni 

1600-1630

Source; British Museum

scientificillustration:

Mexican comemorative stamps honoring anatomical sciences.
Artwork: drypoint etchings by Keith Miller

Thanks for the submission Keith!

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scientificillustration:

Mexican comemorative stamps honoring anatomical sciences.

Artwork: drypoint etchings by Keith Miller

Thanks for the submission Keith!

victoriousvocabulary:

É [aka FĒI É]
[noun]
Chinese: 蛾 – moth, sometimes called fēi é (飞蛾, i.e. ‘flying’ moth); any of numerous insects of the order Lepidoptera, generally distinguished from butterflies by their nocturnal activity, hairlike or feathery antennae, stout bodies, and the frenulum that holds the front and back wings together. 
[Arik Roper]

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victoriousvocabulary:

É [aka FĒI É]

[noun]

Chinese: – moth, sometimes called fēi é (, i.e. ‘flying’ moth); any of numerous insects of the order Lepidoptera, generally distinguished from butterflies by their nocturnal activity, hairlike or feathery antennae, stout bodies, and the frenulum that holds the front and back wings together. 

[Arik Roper]

spectacularuniverse:

Ulnar dimelia (“mirror hand”) is a rare congenital anomaly of the upper extremity characterized by duplication of the ulna, absence of the radial ray, and polydactyly.

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spectacularuniverse:

Ulnar dimelia (“mirror hand”) is a rare congenital anomaly of the upper extremity characterized by duplication of the ulna, absence of the radial ray, and polydactyly.

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babylonsidhe:

Lyre
Date: 19th century Medium: human skull, antelope horn, skin, gut, hair
 (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Lyre)

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babylonsidhe:

Lyre

Date:
19th century
Medium:
human skull, antelope horn, skin, gut, hair


(via The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Lyre)

foto-jennic:

Thomas Edison patent from 1880.

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foto-jennic:

Thomas Edison patent from 1880.

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pikaart:

Some crab shell bits,

standard crab types on the top and sand crab shells on the bottom

halloflow:

De humani corporis fabrica

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halloflow:

De humani corporis fabrica