Dr.Von Wild



The Central Nervous System, containing the brain and spinal cord.

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Practical Unleitung for collecting and determining the beetle, by H. Fleischer.1896 on Flickr.

BHL Collections:
Smithsonian Libraries

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Novitates Zoologicae1911

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Surreal Anatomical Collages by Bedelgeuse ( Travis Bedel )

Here are my one off cut paper collages.
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My artwork is cut paper collage. My tools are glue and razor blades.I cutout from printed vintage etchings and illustrations to recombine them into an amalgamation of anatomical, botanical, and other biological parts. My work varies in size from 5 inches to 6 feet.

fucking beautiful


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Bones of the hand.

J. J. Du Toit, C. J. Van Der Merwe, A. G. Van Rensburg, Senior Physiology (Cape Town: Nasou Ltd, 1969).

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Travel in East Africa in the years 1903-1905: with funds from the Hermann and Elise born Heckmann Wentzel Foundation: Scientific results / By Voeltzkow, Alfred, 1860 - on Flickr.

Publication info
Stuttgart: E. Swiss Bartsche Verlagsbuchhandlung 1906 - 1923.
BHL Collections:
Smithsonian Libraries

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General Swiss Society for the whole science on Flickr.

Publication info Neuchatel [Switzerland] :Schweizerische Gesellschaft für die Gesammten Naturwissenschaften,1837-1906
Contributing Library:
American Museum of Natural History Library
Biodiversity Heritage Library

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Charles Le Brun: The Relationship between a Human Head and an owl’s head, lion’s head, eagle’s head (c. 1670)

Charles Le Brun (1619-1690) , First Painter to the King Louis XIV, was the founder of the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture, and the foremost proponent of French classicism. On 28 March 1671, addressing the Royal Academy, he formally presented his treatise:

"all of the various demonstrations that he has drawn, whether heads of animals or heads of men, making note of the signs that mark their natural inclination." (Procès-verbaux de l’Academie I : 358-359)

While the set of drawings is still conserved in the Louvre, the original text has been lost: we have but a rough synthesis by Nivelon, posthumous digests by Henri Testelin and E. Picart, and the dissertation by Morel d’Arleux accompanying the 1806 edition of the engravings.

Fungi illustration by Beatrix Potter

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