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Botanical & Zoological Posters

  • Cuttlefish Zoology Poster
    Cuttlefish Zoological Poster $259.00

    Cuttlefish Zoological Poster - Sepia officinalis The Science: The Common Cuttlefish is probably the best-known of Cuttlefish species and occurs around Europe in the Mediterranean, Baltic, and North Seas. It is a Cephalopod,...

  • Dandelion Botanical Poster
    Dandelion Botanical Poster $259.00

    Dandelion Botanical Poster - Taraxacum officinale The Science: The Dandelion (from the french Dent-de-Lion, or “lion’s tooth”) is a herbaceous flowering perennial found worldwide today, though originating...

  • Daphnea and Cyclops Zoology Poster
    Daphnea and Cyclops Zoological Poster $259.00

    Daphnia and Cyclops Zoological Poster - Daphnia pulex/Argulus foliaceus/Cyclops sp. The Science: This poster depicts several members of what used to be known as the Entomostraca, a now defunct term for a subclass of mostly...

  • Deathcap Horse Mushroom Botanical Poster
    Deathcap Horse Mushroom Botanical Poster $259.00

    Mushroom Botanical Poster - Agaricus campestris The Science: Mushrooms and toadstools are types of fungus that typically grow above ground on soil or a food source. Some wild varieties are highly prized, but many species...

  • Dog Rose Botanical Poster
    Dog Rose Botanical Poster $259.00

    Dog Rose Botanical Poster - Rosa canina The Science: The Dog rose is a deciduous climbing wild rose plant found across Eurasia and Northwest Africa. Dog Rose hips are high in vitamin C and it has been introduced in many...

  • Domestic Cat Zoology Poster
    Domestic Cat Zoological Poster $259.00

    Domestic Cat Zoological Poster - felis catus The Science: It is believed that cats domesticated themselves by living around the food stores of humans, since these facilities were often plagued by small rodents like rats...

  • Domestic Chicken Zoology Poster
    Domestic Chicken Zoological Poster $259.00

    Domestic Chicken Zoological Poster - Gallus domesticus The Science: The Chicken is one of the most widespread domesticated fowl in the world and has been cultivated for its eggs and meat as far back as 8,000 BCE in...

  • Edible Snail Zoology Poster
    Edible Snail Zoological Poster $259.00

    Edible Snail Zoological Poster - Helix pomatia The Science: Helix Pomatia is known as the Burgundy or Edible Snail, and is the most common species eaten in Europe as Escargot, prized as a delicacy since Roman times. Found...

  • Flax Botanical Poster
    Flax Botanical Poster $259.00

    Flax Botanical Poster - Linum usitatissimum The Science: Flax is a domesticated plant, widely cultivated since ancient times for its use in making textiles, for food and oil purposes. Linen cloth was a valuable commodity to...

  • Freshwater Hydra Zoology Poster
    Freshwater Hydra Zoological Poster $259.00

    Freshwater Hydra Zoological Poster - Hydra oligactis/Hydra viridissima The Science: The Hydra is a small, common freshwater predator related to Coral, Sea Anemones and Jellyfish. Found in ponds, streams and other slow-moving...

  • Frog Zoology Poster
    Frog Zoological Poster $259.00

    Frog Zoological Poster - Rana Temporaria The Science: The European Common Frog or European Grass Frog is a medium-sized, usually brown amphibian found across most of Europe and East across Asia. Typical of the Ranidae it can...

  • Garden Spider Zoology Poster
    Garden Spider Zoological Poster $259.00

    Garden Spider Zoological Poster - Araneus didematus The Science: Found across Europe and North America, the European Garden Spider - also known as the Cross or Diadem Spider - is a common orb-weaver. One of the best-known...

  • Grapevine Botanical Poster
    Grapevine Botanical Poster $259.00

    Grapevine Botanical Poster - Vitis vinifera The Science: There are between 5,000 and 10,000 varieties of Vitis vinifera grapes, and grapes have been cultivated by humans as far back as 3,500 BC - the first written accounts...

  • Hare/Wild Rabbit Zoological Poster
    Hare/Wild Rabbit Zoological Poster $259.00

    Hare/Wild Rabbit Zoological Poster - Lepus europaeus/Oryctolagus cuniculus The Science: Hares and rabbits, though similar in appearance, have many key differences. Hares are larger, have longer ears, and are less social...

  • Hazel Botanical Poster
    Hazel Botanical Poster $259.00

    Hazel Botanical Poster- Corylus avellana The Science: The common hazel is native to Europe and western Asia and is cultivated for its nuts. Hazelnuts, also known as cobnuts, are widely used in modern cuisine and are highly...

  • Heather Botanical Poster
    Heather Botanical Poster $259.00

    Heather Botanical Poster - Calluna vulgaris The Science: Heather, also known as “Ling,” is a low-growing perennial shrub found widely across Europe and Asia Minor. It serves as a significant food source for many...

  • Hedgehog Zoological Poster
    Hedgehog Zoological Poster $259.00

    Hedgehog Zoological Poster - Erinaceus europaeus The Science: The European (or Common) Hedgehog is native to western Europe. Known for the prickly spines growing out of its back, it is an omnivore, eating mostly...

  • Honey Bee Zoological Poster
    Honey Bee Zoological Poster $259.00

    Honey Bee Zoological Poster - Apis mellifica The Science: The Western Honey Bee is native to Europe, Africa and Asia and has been cultivated and kept by humans for thousands of years. A social insect, the Honey bee collects...

  • Horse Chestnut Botanical Poster
    Horse Chestnut Botanical Poster $259.00

    Horse Chestnut Botanical Poster - Aesculus hippocastanum The Science: The horse Chestnut is a large, deciduous tree native to Southeast Europe, but now introduced all over the world as an attractive, flowering tree for use...

  • Horse Zoological Poster
    Horse Zoological Poster $259.00

    Horse Zoological Poster - Equus caballus The Science: From a complex evolutionary tree that saw the spread of horses across the entire Northern Hemisphere, the genus Equus has declined to just a handful of species...