The Serendipitous Discovery of Susan Fereday: A Story about the Impact of Citizen Science. By Siobhan Leachman BHL Citizen Scientist (Learn more) Twitter: @SiobhanLeachman I love volunteering for the Biodiversity Heritage Library.
I taxo tag images in the BHL Flickr account. This assists the use of these images by BHL as well as other institutions that use BHL content. It is also my favorite way of exploring BHL. I get a real thrill out of the serendipitous discoveries I make while tagging. Familiar garden flowers. 2 - Nouvelle flore coloriée de poche des Alpes et des Pyrénées. If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please provide title and author information.
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Bodleian display showcases scientific research into Bauer's botanical masterpieces. Some of the finest botanical and zoological paintings in the world are going on display at the Weston Library.
Painting by numbers, a new display running from 29 April to 9 July, brings together beautiful watercolours and field sketches by the celebrated central European botanical artist, Ferdinand Bauer (1760-1826), including incredible paintings of marine animals which have never been displayed before. The display focuses on Bauer's ground-breaking two-year expedition to the eastern Mediterranean with John Sibthorp (1758-96), Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford, and the current research by the Bodleian Libraries Heritage Science team to unravel Bauer's painting by numbers system. The numerical notes on Bauer's botanical sketches indicate that he assigned different colours different numbers, and marked these numbers on his sketches, so when he later turned these into more detailed watercolours, he would know which colour to use where.
Ophrys fuciflora speciosa on JSTOR. Full access to these resources typically requires affiliation with a partnering organization.
(For example, researchers are often granted access through their affiliation with a university library.) If you have an institutional affiliation that provides you access, try logging in via your institution Have access with an individual account? Flora sinensis, If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please provide title and author information.
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The progress of botany was greatly assisted by the development of the microscope, which introduced the era of plant anatomy. The middle and upper classes, and professional families such as the Fagels, who were lawyers and government ministers in The Hague, took an interest in microscopy as an educational and leisure pursuit. The Fagel Library was also a working library, providing its owners with a knowledge base over a wide range of subjects and reflecting contemporary thought, events and developments including scientific research.
Martin Frobenius Ledermüller (1719-1769), Versuch bey angehender Frühlings Zeit die Vergrösserungs Werckzeuge …, Nuremberg, 1764. The gold or flame coloured lily. Beschouwing der wonderen Gods : in de mintsgeachte schepzelen of nederlandsche insecten ... naar 't leven naauwkeurig getekent, in 't koper gebracht wn gekleurd / Title.
Monandrian plants of the order Scitamineae : If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please provide title and author information.
BHL stores this information to allow these articles to be indexed, searched and retrieved by other users. If you download an article but do not provide title or author information, these articles will be lost. Thank you for your request. Please wait for an email containing a link to download the PDF. Flora Japonica exhibition now open. Thanks to its geographical isolation and great diversity of climates, Japan is home to about 7,000 plant species of which approximately 40% are endemic.
For centuries Japan was inaccessible to foreigners. Nowadays Japanese plants are to be found in gardens around the globe, but only 200 years ago they were virtually unknown to the outside world. Paintings in the new Flora Japonica exhibition Exhibition highlights Flora Japonica showcases amazingly detailed historic drawings and paintings of Japan’s native flora by Tomitaro Makino, known as the father of Japanese botany.
B.10 (1877-1879) - Botanisk tidsskrift / Illustrations of the flowering plants and ferns of the Falkland Islands, Flickr Collection: Joseph Dalton Hooker. V.126=ser.3:v.56 (1900) [no.7692-7751] - Curtis's botanical magazine. Filices Britannicæ; an history of the British proper ferns. With plain and accurate descriptions, and new figures of all the species and varieties. Taken from an immediate and careful inspection of the plants in their natural state, and engraved on thirty. Women Illustrators In Natural History. Art album of New Zealand flora. By Mr. & Mrs. E.H. Featon.
Title Art album of New Zealand flora.
By Mr. & Mrs. E.H. Featon. Album of Indian ferns : Lichen. Title Methodus qua omnes detectos Lichenes : secundum organa carpomorpha, ad genera, species et varietates / Title Variants: Alternative: Acharii Methodus qua Lichenes By Acharius, Erik, 1757-1819 1757 1819 Akrell, Carl Fredrik, 1779-1868 , engraver. 1779 1868. Feedly. Read more, know more. Captivated by Natural Beauty Posted on They may be of flower-visitors rather than the flowers themselves, but these butterfly paintings by Robin Gregson-Brown are definitely worth sharing! I look forward to the next set of works which include the botanical scenery for his moths and butterflies.
About 30-40% of the visitors to the Manchester Museum’s Entomology Department are art or design students and professionals, who come over to get inspired by the variety of insect shapes, colours and patterns, and to talk to the museum curatorial staff about what interests them. Museum’s curators are especially pleased when such visits result in […] Illustrations of Himalayan plants : Treasures from the Herbaria: Morison’s Historia Plantarum Universalis Oxoniensis. Biodiversity Heritage Library on Instagram: “Papaya (Carica papaya). #SciArt by Berthe Hoola van Nooten for her book, Fleurs, Fruits et Feuillages Choisis de l'ille de Java (1880) for…” Cécile Pfulb-Kastner. Cécile Pfulb-Kastner was a French botanical artist and lithographer who illustrated Volume 1 (1906) and Volume 2 (1908) of Nouvelle Flore Coloriée de Poche des Alpes et des Pyrénées by Charles Flahault (1852-1935). Naming conventions for the 19th and 20th centuries often did not include the first names of French women in publications, but instead they were identified by their titles, Mademoiselle (Mlle) and Madame (Mme).
Note the changes in Pfulb-Kastner’s name from Volume 1 to Volume 2. These naming conventions, along with the cultural taboo of women working during this time, make researching early women in science a challenge. Pfulb-Kastner is no exception, and so far, I have only found mention of her in bibliographies of the works mentioned above. Women in Historical SciArt. This spreadsheet contains many of the amazing women who contributed to the advancement of science through their scientific illustrations.
If the women were identified on their artwork, they may have signed with their initials, their married name by husband (i.e. “Mrs. John Doe”), or their maiden name without a first name (“Miss Doe”); please note that there are other variations in signatures. Sometimes, they were only identified in the Preface of the work or even not at all. I have included their full names in the American convention: first, middle, maiden, married to provide the greatest range of possibilities in how they may have been mentioned.
In addition to their names and lifespans, I have included the subject areas in which they created, and most importantly, I have included links to their artwork identified in the Flickr account and Catalogue of Biodiversity Heritage Library. Women Illustrators In Natural History. Plantes nouvelles d'Amérique. Svenska lafvarnas färghistoria : eller sättet a... Flora Japonica. British phaenogamous botany, or, Figures and descriptions of the genera of British flowering plants. 2 - Icones mycologicæ, ou Iconographie des champignons de France principalement Discomycetes, Miss Drake - a skilled illustrator of orchids. Orchid fever The gloomy and cold winter days can be brightened with a visit to Kew’s Orchids Festival (4 February - 5 March 2017).
Whilst marveling at the beauty and versatility of this diverse range of plants it is worth considering the wonder they inspired during the fervour of orchid-growing in 19th century Britain. Enthusiasts and scientists were anxious to document and illustrate these curious plants, and some highly illustrated publications were produced as a result. 1 - Nouvelle flore coloriée de poche des Alpes et des Pyrénées.
Search: "Curtis's botanical magazine" Orchidelirium: The Orchid Craze Takes Printed Form. By Diane M. Rielinger Digital Projects Librarian Botany Libraries, Harvard University Herbaria Walk into most any nursery or florist and you will see beautiful orchids of many colors and sizes, with “easy care” instructions attached right to the pot enabling even the brownest thumb success. Want to shake the winter doldrums? Attend an orchid show or meeting - there are over 500 local groups affiliated with the American Orchid Society alone.
Orchids are as diverse as they are beautiful, with over 27,000 accepted species living in nearly every corner of the globe. We are not alone in our fascination with orchids. Thirty-eight plates, with explanations; Catharine Johnston - Wikipedia. Atlas (1879) - Description of the coal flora of the Carboniferous formation in Pennsylvania and throughout the United States ... Nouvelle flore coloriée Husband and Wife illus: Cecile Pfulb-Kastner. Michał Piotr Boym’s Flora sinensis, fructus floresque humillime [Flora of China, fruits and flowers]. Pierre-Joseph Buc'hoz - Wikipedia. Pierre-Joseph Buc'hoz (27 January 1731, Metz - 13 January 1807, Paris) was a French physician, lawyer and naturalist. Edwards's botanical register v. 25. Connecting Content at the US National Herbarium - The Plant Press. From Plant Press Vol. 16 no. 2. The Plant Press. From Plant Press, Vol. 18, No. 3, July 2015. Catalog of Botanical Illustrations, Department of Botany, Smithsonian Institution.
Smithsonian's Wildflower: The Illustrious Life of the Naturalist Who Chronicled America's Native Flora. 1737 v. 1 #1010 - A curious herbal. 1804 - Icones plantarum medico-oeconomico-technologicarum cum earum fructus ususque descriptione = V.18 (1869-70) - Flore des serres et des jardins de l'Europe. 1 - Flore pittoresque et médicale des Antilles, 2 - Elements of the science of botany, V.4 - Die Alpenpflanzen nach der Natur gemalt. Jacquin. Bd.3 (1800) - Österreichs allgemeine baumzucht, : Illustrationes florae novae hollandiae, sive icones generum quae in prodromo florae novae hollandiae et insulae van diemen descripsit robertus brown. 1 - The new botanic garden : British jungermanniae : 8 - Illustrations of British Fungi (Hymenomycetes), to serve as an atlas to the "Handbook of British Fungi". 1804 - Icones plantarum medico-oeconomico-technologicarum cum earum fructus ususque descriptione =
Vol. 1 - Historia naturalis palmarum. Icones of Japanese algae.. Tokyo,Kazamashobo[190… Description des plantes rares cultivees a Malmaison et a Navarre. Details - Nicolai Josephi Jacquin Selectarum stirpium Americanarum historia / Title Nicolai Josephi Jacquin Selectarum stirpium Americanarum historia / 1 - Reichenbachia : V.3 - Die Alpenpflanzen nach der Natur gemalt. Historia naturalis Brasiliae ... V.1-10 - Plantae selectae quarum imagines ad exemplaria naturalia Londini, in hortis curiosorum nutrita.
V.3 - Die Alpenpflanzen nach der Natur gemalt. V.3 - Die Alpenpflanzen nach der Natur gemalt. V.1 (1907) - Wild flowers of the British Isles / The British herbal : Favorite wildflowers of the West Coast : V.1 - Die Alpenpflanzen nach der Natur gemalt. Details - Flora Brasiliensis, enumeratio plantarum in Brasilia hactenus detectarum :quas suis aliorumque botanicorum studiis descriptas et methodo naturali digestas partim icone illustratas /ediderunt Carolus Fridericus Philippus de Martius et Augustus Gu. Download BibTeX citations Download EndNote citations %0 Book%A Martius, Karl Friedrich Philipp von,%A Eichler, August Wilhelm,%A Endlicher, István László,%A Fenzl, Eduard,%A Mary, Benj.
%A Oldenburg, R. %A Urban, Ignaz,%D 1927%T Flora Brasiliensis, enumeratio plantarum in Brasilia hactenus detectarum :quas suis aliorumque botanicorum studiis descriptas et methodo naturali digestas partim icone illustratas /ediderunt Carolus Fridericus Philippus de Martius et Augustus Guilielmus Eichler ; iisque defunctis successor Ignatius Urban. V.10 (1854-55) - Flore des serres et des jardins de l'Europe. 1-18 - Flora medica, oder, Abbildung der wichtigsten officinellen Pflanzen. 1, 2 - Yama no sachi / Choix de plantes rares ou nouvelles, cultivées et dessinées dans le jardin botanique de Buitenzorg. Biodiversity Heritage Library.
Histoire naturelle des champignons comestibles … Les plantes a feuillage coloré v.2. Elizabeth Blackwell's Fern Illustrations - a gallery on Flickr. Centre International de Silviculture. Archives: Drawings of the Royal Botanical Expedition to the Viceroyalty of Peru, by Hipólito Ruiz & José Pavón (1777-1816), Global Plants on JSTOR.
Francis Masson, original illustrations, Global Plants on JSTOR. Botanische Staatssammlung München Artwork - Water Colours of Fungi by Fritz Wohlfarth, Global Plants on JSTOR. Nymphaea stellata. Copperplate from the Flora Peruviana et Chilensis publication (1792-1822) on JSTOR. Citrus [spinosus] / Brunete. Original drawing from Ruiz & Pavón's Expedition (1777-1816) on JSTOR. JSTOR Global Plants: Search Results. Gymnadenia odoratiss. x conopea Nigritella heufleri Ruppert, Franz Joseph Drawings Nigritella heufleri [family ORCHIDACEAE] JSTOR Global Plants: Browse. Illustrations of Southern Africa flora, Global Plants on JSTOR. Costus argenteus / Isidro Galvez del.; Vicentius Lopez Enguidanos incid.. Prints from the Flora Peruviana et Chilensis publication (1792-1822). Identification after original on JSTOR.
JSTOR Global Plants: Search Results. Collection search: You searched for delany. Plantillustrations.org search cacti / succulents. Centre for Newfoundland Studies - Agnes Marion Ayre Herbarium Artwork. Fawning Over Flora: Eighteenth-Century Botanical Illustrations by Katherine Teiken. New and rare beautiful-leaved plants : containing illustrations and descriptions of the most ornamental-foliaged plants not hitherto noticed in any work on the subject/ by Shirley Hibberd : Hibberd, Shirley, 1825-1890. Study Room resource: Botanical illustration. Botanical Drawings made in Nepal for Nathaniel Wallich in 1821 by Vishnupersaud and Gorachand.