Four panel illustrastions of marine and terrestrial organisms.
Child, Julia S.
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Date Created1993, 1995
4 colored drawings of organisms. Each drawing consists of four panels with a drawing, common name, and scientific classification in each, surrounded by a decorative border.Part 1 consists of Protista - Noctiluca, Cnidaria - Northern Red Anemone, Platyhelminthes - Polyclad flatworm, and Mollusca - Deep Sea Scallop.Part 2 consists of Annelida - Sea Mouse, Arthropods - Fiddler Crab, Echinodermata - Starfish, and Chordata - Sea Vase.Part 3 consists of Chlorophyta - Chlamydomonas, Chlorophyta - Volvox, Chlorophyta - Sea Lettuce, and Bryophyta - Haircap Moss.Part 4 consists of Pterophyta - Sensitive Fern, Coniferophyta - White Pine, Anthophyta - White Oak, and Anthophyta - Day Lily.
Suggested CitationStill Image: "Four panel illustrastions of marine and terrestrial organisms.", https://hdl.handle.net/1912/16144
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