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Cacti, chromolithograph, published in 1897 Featured Giganteus Print

Cacti, chromolithograph, published in 1897

Cacti: 1) Crassula coccinea; 2) Fishbone cactus; (Epiphyllum anguliger, or Phyllocactus anguliger); 3) Houseleek (Sempervivum tectorum); 4) Mesembryanthemum; 5) Devilshead (Echinocactus horizonthalonius); 6) Bitter aloe (Aloe ferox); 7) Texas rainbow cactus (Echinocereus dasyacanthus, or Cereus dasyacanthus); 8) Mammillaria pectinata (Mammillaria solisioides); 9) Star flower (Orbea variegata, or Stapelia variegata); 10) Plains prickly pear (Opuntia macrorhiza, or Opuntia filipendula); 11) Turk's cap cactus (Melocactus, or Melocactus communis); 12) Saguaro (Carnegiea gigantea, or Cereus giganteus); 13) Opuntia cochenillifera (or Opuntia coccinellifera) with fruit (left); 14) Agave mitis (or Agave Celsii); 15) Chalk agave (Agave titanota, or Agave horrida nana). Chromolithograph, published in 1897

Fossils of the Mastodonsaurus giganteus, an Featured Giganteus Print

Fossils of the Mastodonsaurus giganteus, an

Fossils of the Mastodonsaurus giganteus, an extinct amphibian. Head, tooth and dung (coprolith). . Handcolored lithograph from Dr. F.A. Schmidt's Petrefactenbuch, published in Stuttgart, Germany, 1855 by Verlag von Krais & Hoffmann. Dr. Schmidt's Book of Petrification introduced fossils and palaeontology to both the specialist and general reader

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A Giant rock scallop (Crassadoma gigantea) encrusted with Featured Giganteus Print

A Giant rock scallop (Crassadoma gigantea) encrusted with

A Giant rock scallop (Crassadoma gigantea) encrusted with and surrounded by several other invertebrates animals, including White anemones (Metridium sp.), White mushroom ascidians (Distaplia sp.), Red soft coral (Gersemia sp.), unidentified yellow sponges, and a sea cucumber. Seven Tree Island, Browning Pass, Queen Charlotte Strait, British Columbia, September

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