Mori Jiang Yuan Shou, unidentified Sea Creature from a 19th century Japanese marine atlas.
Illustrations of zoology, or, Collection of animal figures painted from nature / by R.-P. Lesson; book adorned with plates drawn and engraved by the best artists, and as a complement to general or special treaties published on the natural history on Flickr.
By: Lesson, R. P.
Publication info: Paris :Arthus Bertrand,[1831-1835?]
Contributed by: Smithsonian Libraries
BHL Collections: Smithsonian Institution Libraries
"Ophuria" From 'Mysteries of Generation'
Bloeiwijze en onderdelen van Cannabis sativa. Veelkleurig. Genummerd: O12-17 en A11.
Japan, 19th century, Color woodblock print
Säugethiere vom Celebes- und Philippinen-Archipel, 1-2.
Berlin :R. Friedländer & sohn,1896-9.
The Philippine Tarsier is only 3-6 inches tall, 1 of the smallest primates. C it in #bhlib biodiversitylibrary.org/page/34021421 & @eol eol.org/pages/126789/overview
Natural history of the animal kingdom for the use of young people
Brighton :E. & J.B. Young and Co.,1889.
Helioceras heteromorph ammonite: The Ancyloceratina were a diverse suborder of ammonite most closely related to the ammonites of order Lytoceratina. They evolved during the Late Jurassic but were not very common until the Cretaceous period, when they rapidly diversified and become one of the most distinctive components of Cretaceous marine faunas.