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Gracilis Collection

Gracilis (Vespertilionidae) is a genus of small mammals in the family Vespertilionidae, commonly known as vesper bats, and are found throughout the world

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Background imageGracilis Collection: Wavy-lined emerald moth caterpillar (Synchlora aerata) which camouflages itself by

Wavy-lined emerald moth caterpillar (Synchlora aerata) which camouflages itself by attaching parts of flower to itself, on Black-eyed susan (Rudbeckia hirta) Morris Arboretum, Philadelphia

Background imageGracilis Collection: White-vented storm petrel (Oceanites gracilis galapagoensis) running across water

White-vented storm petrel (Oceanites gracilis galapagoensis) running across water, offshore Cape Berkeley, Isabela island, Galapagos

Background imageGracilis Collection: Crimson and purple flowered Fuchsia gracilis

Crimson and purple flowered Fuchsia gracilis
5856246 Crimson and purple flowered Fuchsia gracilis; (add.info.: Crimson and purple flowered Fuchsia gracilis. Hand-colored illustration by E.D)

Background imageGracilis Collection: Prickly sedge (Carex mucronata), Carea gracilis

Prickly sedge (Carex mucronata), Carea gracilis
7278054 Prickly sedge (Carex mucronata), Carea gracilis; Private Collection; (add.info.: Prickly sedge (Carex mucronata), Carea gracilis

Background imageGracilis Collection: The human body with superimposed colored plates by Julien Bougle

The human body with superimposed colored plates by Julien Bougle
The human body with superimposed colored plates, by Julien Bougle, circa 1899

Background imageGracilis Collection: Rudbeckia hirta Toto flowers, cultivated plant in garden

Rudbeckia hirta Toto flowers, cultivated plant in garden

Background imageGracilis Collection: Anatomy of the gluteal muscles in the human buttocks

Anatomy of the gluteal muscles in the human buttocks

Background imageGracilis Collection: Intermediate adenophora, Adenophora intermedia, toothed adenophora, A

Intermediate adenophora, Adenophora intermedia, toothed adenophora, A. denticulata, crowned adenophora, A
FLO4670583 Intermediate adenophora, Adenophora intermedia, toothed adenophora, A. denticulata, crowned adenophora, A. coronata, sweet-scented adenophora, A

Background imageGracilis Collection: Slender nierembergia, Nierembergia gracilis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Swan after an

Slender nierembergia, Nierembergia gracilis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Swan after an illustration by
FLO4583051 Slender nierembergia, Nierembergia gracilis. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Swan after an illustration by William Jackson Hooker from Samuel Curtis's " Botanical Magazine

Background imageGracilis Collection: Phlox grele - Slender phlox, Microsteris gracilis (Slender gillia, Gillia gracilis)

Phlox grele - Slender phlox, Microsteris gracilis (Slender gillia, Gillia gracilis)
FLO4582357 Phlox grele - Slender phlox, Microsteris gracilis (Slender gillia, Gillia gracilis). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Swan after an illustration by William Jackson Hooker from Samuel

Background imageGracilis Collection: Slender Canadian columbine. Aquilegia canadensis gracilis. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn

Slender Canadian columbine. Aquilegia canadensis gracilis. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn
FLO4607562 Slender Canadian columbine. Aquilegia canadensis gracilis. Handcoloured botanical illustration drawn and engraved by William Clark from Richard Morris's "Flora Conspicua" London

Background imageGracilis Collection: Swamp paper-heath, Sphenotoma gracilis. Taken from E.D. Smith's illustration in 'Flora

Swamp paper-heath, Sphenotoma gracilis. Taken from E.D. Smith's illustration in "Flora Australasica."
FLO4599370 Swamp paper-heath, Sphenotoma gracilis. Taken from E.D. Smith's illustration in "Flora Australasica." Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A

Background imageGracilis Collection: Pink pink, Rosa gracilis. Handcoloured copperplate botanical drawn, engraved

Pink pink, Rosa gracilis. Handcoloured copperplate botanical drawn, engraved
FLO4563135 Pink pink, Rosa gracilis. Handcoloured copperplate botanical drawn, engraved and coloured by Henry Charles Andrews for his own "Roses, a monograph of the genus Rosa, " London

Background imageGracilis Collection: Penstemon grele (Penstemon gracilis) - Illustration by William Jackson Hooper (1785-1865)

Penstemon grele (Penstemon gracilis) - Illustration by William Jackson Hooper (1785-1865), etched by Swan
FLO4582343 Penstemon grele (Penstemon gracilis) - Illustration by William Jackson Hooper (1785-1865), etched by Swan, for the botanical magazine of William Curtis

Background imageGracilis Collection: East Indian linsang, Prionodon linsang gracilis, and wild dog or dhole, Cuon alpinus (endangered)

East Indian linsang, Prionodon linsang gracilis, and wild dog or dhole, Cuon alpinus (endangered)
FLO4660014 East Indian linsang, Prionodon linsang gracilis, and wild dog or dhole, Cuon alpinus (endangered). Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Rene Primevere Lesson's Complements de Buffon

Background imageGracilis Collection: 1. harrisia gracilis, 2. harrisia martinii, cactus, cacti

1. harrisia gracilis, 2. harrisia martinii, cactus, cacti
7278613 1. harrisia gracilis, 2. harrisia martinii, cactus, cacti; Private Collection; (add.info.: 1. harrisia gracilis, 2)

Background imageGracilis Collection: Deutzia Gracilis, Deutzia Crenata, Deutzia Sieboldiana, Ribes Aureum, Ribes Sanguineum

Deutzia Gracilis, Deutzia Crenata, Deutzia Sieboldiana, Ribes Aureum, Ribes Sanguineum
8636979 Deutzia Gracilis, Deutzia Crenata, Deutzia Sieboldiana, Ribes Aureum, Ribes Sanguineum, Ribes Gordonianum (colour litho) by German School

Background imageGracilis Collection: Fossils of cephalopod and ammonite species: Orthoceratites regularis; Spirula nodosa; Clymenia

Fossils of cephalopod and ammonite species: Orthoceratites regularis; Spirula nodosa; Clymenia undulata; Bellerophon
FLO4693250 Fossils of cephalopod and ammonite species: Orthoceratites regularis; Spirula nodosa; Clymenia undulata; Bellerophon striatus; Gyroceratites gracilis; Conoceras angulosus; Cyrtocera

Background imageGracilis Collection: Javan leopard cat, Prionailurus bengalensis javanensis 1, and banded linsang, Prionodon linsang 2

Javan leopard cat, Prionailurus bengalensis javanensis 1, and banded linsang, Prionodon linsang 2
FLO4569055 Javan leopard cat, Prionailurus bengalensis javanensis 1, and banded linsang, Prionodon linsang 2. Copied from illustrations by William Daniell in Zoological Researches in Java

Background imageGracilis Collection: Slender bonnet bellflower, Codonopsis gracilis. Sikkim. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van

Slender bonnet bellflower, Codonopsis gracilis. Sikkim. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte
FLO4627814 Slender bonnet bellflower, Codonopsis gracilis. Sikkim. Handcoloured lithograph from Louis van Houtte and Charles Lemaire's Flowers of the Gardens and Hothouses of Europe

Background imageGracilis Collection: Variete de begonia - Begonia gracilis, native to Mexico (Von Martius elephant's ear)

Variete de begonia - Begonia gracilis, native to Mexico (Von Martius elephant's ear, Begonia martiana)
FLO4599096 Variete de begonia - Begonia gracilis, native to Mexico (Von Martius elephant's ear, Begonia martiana). Handcoloured zincograph by C. Chabot drawn by Miss M. A

Background imageGracilis Collection: Variete of Comeline - Comelina fasciculata (Slender commelina, Commelina gracilis)

Variete of Comeline - Comelina fasciculata (Slender commelina, Commelina gracilis)
FLO4582675 Variete of Comeline - Comelina fasciculata (Slender commelina, Commelina gracilis). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Swan after an illustration by William Jackson Hooker from Samuel

Background imageGracilis Collection: Frail caecilian, Caecilia gracilis lumbricoidea, typhlops lombricoide, Typhlops lumbricalis

Frail caecilian, Caecilia gracilis lumbricoidea, typhlops lombricoide, Typhlops lumbricalis, and red worm lizard
FLO4644707 Frail caecilian, Caecilia gracilis lumbricoidea, typhlops lombricoide, Typhlops lumbricalis, and red worm lizard, amphisbene blanchatre, Amphisbaena alba

Background imageGracilis Collection: Pteranodon Nyctodactylus gracilis, flying reptile disappeared from the Cretace period

Pteranodon Nyctodactylus gracilis, flying reptile disappeared from the Cretace period. Chromolithography of F
FLO4639588 Pteranodon Nyctodactylus gracilis, flying reptile disappeared from the Cretace period. Chromolithography of F. John (series prehistoric animals of the Reichardt Cocoa Company)

Background imageGracilis Collection: Mint, Mentha x gracilis, and horse mint, Mentha longifolia. Handcoloured woodblock engraving of a

Mint, Mentha x gracilis, and horse mint, Mentha longifolia. Handcoloured woodblock engraving of a botanical
FLO4667498 Mint, Mentha x gracilis, and horse mint, Mentha longifolia. Handcoloured woodblock engraving of a botanical illustration from Adam Lonicer's Krauterbuch, or Herbal, Frankfurt, 1557

Background imageGracilis Collection: Elephant's foot plant (Pachypodium rosulatum var. gracilis) on sandstone outcrop

Elephant's foot plant (Pachypodium rosulatum var. gracilis) on sandstone outcrop. Isalo NP, southern Madagascar
Elephant's foot plant (Pachypodium rosulatum var. gracilis) on sandstone outcrop. Isalo NP, southern Madagascar

Background imageGracilis Collection: White-vented storm petrel (Oceanites gracilis galapagoensis) walking

White-vented storm petrel (Oceanites gracilis galapagoensis) walking on surface of water whilst foraging, Galapagos

Background imageGracilis Collection: anatomy, back view, biceps femoris, gluteus maximus, gracilis, human, illustration

anatomy, back view, biceps femoris, gluteus maximus, gracilis, human, illustration
anatomy, back view, biceps femoris, gluteus maximus, gracilis, human, , Medical Image Collection, 87376841

Background imageGracilis Collection: anatomy, close-up view, front view, gracilis tendon, human, illustration, knee, knee muscles

anatomy, close-up view, front view, gracilis tendon, human, illustration, knee, knee muscles
anatomy, close-up view, front view, gracilis tendon, human, illustrat, Medical Image Collection, 87396559

Background imageGracilis Collection: Insect Mimicry, lithograph, published in 1897

Insect Mimicry, lithograph, published in 1897
Mimicry of insects: 1-12 Imitation of green and withered leaves, twigs, and bark; 13-19) Imitation of inedible beetles and butterflies; 20-27) Imitation of dreaded insects (bees, wasps)

Background imageGracilis Collection: Slender sapsucking slug (Thuridilla gracilis) on surface of Royal seasquirt

Slender sapsucking slug (Thuridilla gracilis) on surface of Royal seasquirt (Polycarpa aurata) Aljui Bay, Waigeo Island, Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia. Tropical West Pacific Ocean

Background imageGracilis Collection: Bacillaria gracilis (Bryozoa) magnified under the microscope

Bacillaria gracilis (Bryozoa) magnified under the microscope. Date of Photograph:1914

Background imageGracilis Collection: White-vented storm petrel (Oceanites gracilis) feeding at sea surface, in flight

White-vented storm petrel (Oceanites gracilis) feeding at sea surface, in flight. Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

Background imageGracilis Collection: Black-eyed susan (Rudbeckia hirta) illuminated using different waveforms of light

Black-eyed susan (Rudbeckia hirta) illuminated using different waveforms of light. Visible light (left), reflected UV light (centre), UV light as seen by bees (right). Studio environment, composite

Background imageGracilis Collection: Black eyed susan (Rudbeckia hirta) cultivated form, in flower

Black eyed susan (Rudbeckia hirta) cultivated form, in flower

Background imageGracilis Collection: Spined orbweaver spider (Micrathena gracilis) on leaf. El Cielo Biosphere Reserve, Mexico

Spined orbweaver spider (Micrathena gracilis) on leaf. El Cielo Biosphere Reserve, Mexico

Background imageGracilis Collection: Orchid: epidendre grele - Engraved board by S. Watts, from an illustration by Sarah Anne Drake

Orchid: epidendre grele - Engraved board by S. Watts, from an illustration by Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857)
FLO4587853 Orchid: epidendre grele - Engraved board by S.Watts, from an illustration by Sarah Anne Drake (1803-1857), from the Botanical Register of Sydenham Edwards (1768-1819), England

Background imageGracilis Collection: Powdered quaker, red chestnut, brick moth, etc

Powdered quaker, red chestnut, brick moth, etc
5893484 Powdered quaker, red chestnut, brick moth, etc. by Bock, Johann Carl (1757-1843); (add.info.: Powdered quaker, Orthosia gracilis 2, red chestnut, Cerastis rubricosa 3, brick moth)

Background imageGracilis Collection: Page 130. Lobelia hostata / Lobelia gracilis, c. 1803-06 (w / c, pen, ink and pencil)

Page 130. Lobelia hostata / Lobelia gracilis, c. 1803-06 (w / c, pen, ink and pencil)
5670494 Page 130. Lobelia hostata/Lobelia gracilis, c.1803-06 (w/c, pen, ink and pencil) by Lewin, John William (1770-1819); Mitchell Library

Background imageGracilis Collection: Baccopipia Gracilis (engraving)

Baccopipia Gracilis (engraving)
973268 Baccopipia Gracilis (engraving) by Lear, Edward (1812-88); Private Collection; (add.info.: Baccopipia Gracilis. Illustration for Nonsense Botany and Nonsense Alphabets (Frederick Warne)

Background imageGracilis Collection: Southern Tern, 1891 (colour litho)

Southern Tern, 1891 (colour litho)
1001480 Southern Tern, 1891 (colour litho) by Broinowski, Gracius (1837-1913); Private Collection; (add.info.: A The Birds of AustraliaA, 1891)

Background imageGracilis Collection: White-headed Lemur, 1860 (colour litho)

White-headed Lemur, 1860 (colour litho)
998762 White-headed Lemur, 1860 (colour litho) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: From A Bilder-Atlas zur wissenschaftlich-populAaren Naturgeschichte der SAaugetiere in)

Background imageGracilis Collection: Graceful Racer (colour litho)

Graceful Racer (colour litho)
998622 Graceful Racer (colour litho) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: From A Bilder-Atlas zur wissenschaftlich-populAaren Naturgeschichte der Amphibien in ihren)

Background imageGracilis Collection: Carinthian buttercup (Ranunculus Carinthiacus, Ranunculus gracilis) (colour litho)

Carinthian buttercup (Ranunculus Carinthiacus, Ranunculus gracilis) (colour litho)
2638928 Carinthian buttercup (Ranunculus Carinthiacus, Ranunculus gracilis) (colour litho) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageGracilis Collection: Powdered quaker, red chestnut, brick moth, etc

Powdered quaker, red chestnut, brick moth, etc
Powdered quaker, Orthosia gracilis 2, red chestnut, Cerastis rubricosa 3, brick moth, Agrochola circellaris 4, 5, and archers dart, Agrotis vestigialis 6

Background imageGracilis Collection: Oak hook-tip and barred hook-tip

Oak hook-tip and barred hook-tip
Oak hook-tip, Drepana binaria 1-3, and barred hook-tip, Drepana cultraria 4-7. Phalaena Bombyx hamula, sicula. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Johann Carl Bock from Eugenius Johann Christoph

Background imageGracilis Collection: Adenophora, Platycodon and Wahlenbergia species

Adenophora, Platycodon and Wahlenbergia species
Intermediate adenophora, Adenophora intermedia, toothed adenophora, A. denticulata, crowned adenophora, A. coronata, sweet-scented adenophora, A

Background imageGracilis Collection: Mint, Mentha x gracilis, and horse mint, Mentha longifolia

Mint, Mentha x gracilis, and horse mint, Mentha longifolia. Handcoloured woodblock engraving of a botanical illustration from Adam Lonicers Krauterbuch, or Herbal, Frankfurt, 1557



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Gracilis Collection

Gracilis (Vespertilionidae) is a genus of small mammals in the family Vespertilionidae, commonly known as vesper bats, and are found throughout the world, with some species inhabiting Europe, Asia and North America. The genus consists of approximately 30 species, which vary in size from 2 to 5 cm in length. Gracilis bats typically have short ears and a long snout that is used for echolocation. They feed mainly on insects but may also consume fruits and nectar. Their wings are adapted for fast flight and they can reach speeds up to 40 km/h when hunting prey or avoiding predators. During the day they roost in caves or trees, while at night they emerge to hunt for food using their echolocation abilities. Gracilis bats play an important role in controlling insect populations by consuming large numbers of pests each night, making them beneficial to humans and other animals alike.
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Media Storehouse offers a vast collection of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards featuring the Gracilis . The Gracilis is a family of bats that are found in various parts of the world. They are known for their slender bodies and long wings. Media Storehouse provides high-quality images of these fascinating creatures captured by professional photographers from around the globe. The Gracilis collection includes stunning photographs showcasing different species of this bat family in their natural habitats. These images capture their unique features such as large ears and intricate wing structures. Our collection also includes close-up shots highlighting details like fur texture and facial expressions. Whether you're looking to decorate your home or office with beautiful artwork or searching for an educational tool to teach children about wildlife, our Gracilis collection has something for everyone.
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Gracilis art prints are a collection of high-quality, fine art prints featuring the Vespertilionidae family of mammals. These animals are commonly known as "evening bats" or "vesper bats" and are found all over the world. The Gracilis collection includes stunning images of these fascinating creatures in their natural habitats, captured by talented photographers from around the globe. These art prints showcase the beauty and diversity of these nocturnal animals, with each print offering a unique perspective on their behavior and lifestyle. Whether you're an animal lover, nature enthusiast or simply appreciate beautiful photography, Gracilis art prints offer something for everyone. Each print is carefully produced using state-of-the-art printing techniques to ensure that every detail is captured perfectly. They make great additions to any home or office decor and can be enjoyed for years to come. With so many different images available in this collection, there's sure to be something that catches your eye.
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We offer a wide range of Gracilis art prints from the Vespertilionidae family of mammals. These prints feature stunning images of these animals in their natural habitats, showcasing their unique physical characteristics and behaviors. You can choose from a variety of sizes and formats, including framed or unframed prints, canvas wraps, and posters. Some popular options include close-up shots that highlight the intricate details of the Gracilis' wings and fur, as well as images that capture them in flight or perched on tree branches. Whether you're looking for a striking piece to add to your home decor or an educational resource for your classroom or office space, we have something to suit your needs. With high-quality printing techniques and durable materials used in each print's production process, you can be sure that your Gracilis art print will be a long-lasting addition to any collection.
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We take great pride in delivering your Gracilis art prints to you with utmost care and attention. We use only the best quality materials for packaging and shipping to ensure that your artwork arrives in pristine condition. Your art prints will be carefully rolled and packaged in a sturdy tube to protect them during transit. Our team of experts ensures that each print is handled with care, so you can rest assured that your order will arrive safely. We offer worldwide delivery options, so no matter where you are located, we can get your order to you. Our delivery partners are reliable and efficient, ensuring that your package arrives on time. Once delivered, simply unroll the print and frame it as desired. Your Gracilis art prints are sure to add a touch of beauty and elegance to any space they adorn.