Excellent! I’ve posted many fish, some of them might be helpful:
I’ll see if I can find any fish dissection illustrations
The best textbook is the ‘Guild handbook of scientific illustration’ particularly chapter 21 ‘Illustrating fishes’ It’s expensive to buy but maybe you can find it in your library or get an inter library loan.
Hi Jenny, If you mean this one:
I found it via a google image search on etsy and the seller does not give the title of the book only it is from the 70s, so I’m afraid I have no idea of the source. My only suggestion would be asking the seller.
The images on tumblr can come from almost anywhere so sources can be pretty difficult to track down. Tineye and google reverse image search can be helpful but they don’t always work.
I’ve managed to find a few trochophores:
And here’s an illustration of nematode embryonic development:
There are more illustrations of nematode and annelid embryology in the following books: L’ embryologie comparée par Louis Roule. Published 1894
December 15, 2011 - 12:00am - December 24, 2011 - 12:00am
The Catalan Association for Science Communication (ACCC) is sponsoring an International Competition of Scientific Illustration, organized by the Catalan Association of Scientific Comunició (ACCC) and supported by the Ministry of Knowledge Economy and the Government of Catalonia.
The competition is organized electronically. Submission will be digital files formatted for a 29.7 x 42cm vertical space with sufficient resolution for printing a display copy. Deadlines for digital submission is Dec. 24, 2011.
There are several modest cash prizes (200-300 euros) and certificates. Judging od lower resolution versions will be by popular vote on an ACCC sponsored website. A group exhibition of the top 20 works will be exhibited at the Sagrada Familia Library (Biblioteca Sagrada Família) in Barcelona. No further uses of the work are intended, other than advertising the contest and the exhibit. The contest website will remain on line as an exhibit.
If interested, visit http://illustraciencia.blogspot.com/ for details and contacts for more questions.”
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I’ve posted a few spiders but only one tarantula I think: