Plants
Invertebrates
Vertebrates
Cardinal Pole's White Fig web_edited_edi
Abrus precatorius
SHAPE PATTERN STRUCTURE; Pods, Cones & Capsules These 'Pods, Cones and Capsules' represent a few of the diverse fruiting structures of plants. Winged seeds of Mahogany & Pine are borne on the wind. Banksia fruits literally explode in response to fire, liberating the winged seeds within. Devils' Claw anchors to the feet of large mammals, while Cats' Claw snags onto the fur. Lotus seed floats up out of the pod, to be carried away by water. Foraging animals eat fallen fruits, spreading seeds in their faeces. The Monkey Ear evolved this dispersal strategy alongside Pleistocene megafauna. Ignored by today's native fauna, the plant is an evolutionary anachronism.
Spindle with Spindle Ermine - web.jpg
Horsefield's Baron on Singapore Rhododen
Attacus atlas on Starfruit
Red-eyed Tree Frog Anatomy
Wasp Life Cycle
Galapagos Tortoise Anatomy, Chelonoides porteri, World of Animals
7 Spot Ladybird Anatomy, World of Animals
Beetles, The wildlife Trusts Handbook of Garden Wildlife
Seahorse - Hippocampus hippocampus, Marshall Editions
New York Peregrines, World of Animals
Large Whales, Princeton University Press
Echidna behaviour scene, World of Animals
Pond Guide-Echiniscus & Molluscs
Tube-nosed Bats, A Field Guide to the Mammals of South East Asia, Bloomsbury
Honey Bee Anatomy, World of Animals
Bengal Cat Anatomy, World of Animals
Gila Monster, Bone Collection, Skulls.
Platypus, Bone Collection Animals
Locust Life Cycle
Caterpillars, New Holland Concise Butterfly & Moth Guide.
Caddisfly larva
Spiders, New Holland Concise Pond Guide
Darwin's Hawk Moth - web_edited_edited_e
Euonymus europaeus