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Réunion seahorse - Description : Hippocampus borboniensis -- Author : Jobin -- Date : 1885 -- Source : Histoire physique, naturelle, et politique de Madagascar Alfred Grandidier

think a sea horse would be the perfect addition to start developing my sleeve from the waves I already have

This is a reproduction print of my original watercolor painting Guardians of the Sea. The colors look great and comes out very accurate to the original

Colorful Seahorse Painting Guardians of the sea by ephemeralgaze

6 x 9 Print of Original, Mixed Media Drawing on Distressed, Dictionary Page This drawing of two sea horses is drawn in sepia ink and created with

PRINT: Sea Horse Mixed Media Drawing on Dictionary Page by Kristy Patterson at Flying Shoes Art Studio in Guymon, Oklahoma

Piranesi www.lab333.com www.facebook.com/pages/LAB-STYLE/585086788169863 www.lab333style.com lablikes.tumblr.com www.pinterest.com/labstyle

Beautiful line work and coontrast. Love the composition too.

A manual of the Mollusca by BioDivLibrary on Flickr. London :Virtue & Co.,1868..biodiversitylibrary.org/page/32571846

nz - 1868 - A manual of the Mollusca : a treatise on recent and fossil shells / by Dr. illustrated by A. Waterhouse and Joseph Wilson Lowry. via BHL

Caitlin Foster Shells poster, 2015

Caitlin Foster Shells poster, 2015

Nautilus. Pen & Ink on paper 11x17"

Nautilus by Karen O.

Сообщество иллюстраторов / Иллюстрации / Клепнёв Алексей / Nautilus

Nautilus by Aleks Klepnev, via Behance

Can’t get much better than Hackel’s ammonites, in terms of illustration value. There are a few old interpretations of them as living creatures out there that look basically like the nautilus. Despite this, they’re more closely related to the extant coleoids - the squid, octopuses, and cuttlefish. Kunstformen der Natur. Ernst Haeckel, 1904.

Haeckel Ammonitida-A variety of ammonite forms, from Ernst Haeckel's 1904 Kunstformen der Natur (Art Forms of Nature).

Nautilus shell. The chambered nautilus lives in tropical waters extending from the Andaman Sea east to Fiji and from southern Japan to the Great Barrier Reef. This animal usually lives where the slopes of coral reefs descend into deep waters. During the day, it resides in dark cool waters at depths from 900-2,000 feet and ascends to shallower waters (300-500 feet deep) at night to feed. They locate food by smelling the ocean currents for traces of dead or dying prey. --National Zoo

The chambered nautilus lives in tropical waters extending from the Andaman Sea east to Fiji and from southern Japan to the Great Barrier Reef. This animal usually lives where the slopes of coral reefs descend into deep waters.