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Ellie Jameson Mar 8
Trying to find the best style for a children's picture book of microbes
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Beth Zaiken Mar 8
So like....WHAT IF? Smilodon fatalis...but with serious lips ya'll. Definitely less elegant than the conventional take.
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Mora Art.🎨✏ Mar 4
Im join!!! This is my Three beetles🐞
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Julio the Artist πŸ¦•πŸŒΏ Mar 6
One of my favorite projects is the series of charts that I started doing as a fun experiment and turned into a big (and ongoing) collection. I show very roughly how some animal groups evolved over time by showcasing a few milestone species.
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mol mir Mar 5
I wanted to participate in that ! These are cell puzzles made from cast rubber, inspired by electron microscopy of generic plant cells (from before I had the chance to work with actual EM data)
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Julio the Artist πŸ¦•πŸŒΏ Mar 5
Who doesn't like some alien-like ? Here are some critters cropped from a larger (yet unfinished) image of the Burgess Shale fauna.
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Gabriel N. U. Mar 7
For the final day of these posters is how my way of presenting evolutionary trees started. It is something I really enjoy doing. In here you can see Centrosaurine Ceratopsids, Ornithomimosaurs and Alvarezsaurs, Dromaeosaurs and Wessex Fm
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SciGraphix //    Sandy Pernitzsch Mar 5
Loving the and had to add my watercolor drawing of jellyfish.
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Liz Wahid Mar 3
Happy and happy tweet storm day 3! Here's my gouache study of the Eastern Newt (Notophthalmus viridescens) 🦎
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Jed Taylor Mar 7
This time last year I was pretty much only drawing . This one is .
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ArchivalGenomics 🌎🌍🌏 Mar 11
Hey Folks, just received notice that we were awarded a small grant to study the Science, History & Art of Sacred Crocodiles. We are building a database & would love to crowdsource some early depictions in stories, art & objects. DM if you’d like to chat.
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Fiorella Ikeue Mar 5
Oh, Twitter! I long to understand you but I remain a bit clueless. Just learned that tweetstorm is a thing. Here's some work I did for the Ojai Raptor CenterπŸ¦…
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Ellie Jameson Mar 11
Now to combine my love of phage and try some steampunk style sketching
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Taylor Maggiacomo Mar 7
I’m just now joining the so here are some carbon dust skulls of the American opossum and the domestic cat!
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Stephan Lautenschlager Mar 5
Next contribution to the . A few examples of digital & 3D from my PhD days. Muscle reconstruction of the Cretaceous dinosaur Erlikosaurus and visualised soft tissues of a Common Buzzard.
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Tasha Sturm Mar 3
Evolution of textures: 24 hrs 37 then 24 hrs room temp organism(1,3) looked like,mounding rhizoid (channel like) growth seen on an unknown organisms grown from a shoe swab and one from an HVAC.
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Ana Maria Porras Mar 3
Whoops missed the first days of the ! Here are some of the microbes I made in 2018 for 😊🧢🦠🧫
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Mora Art.🎨✏ Mar 5
Another for Here is the fulgorid insect Fulgora laternaria better known as peanut bug or alligator bugπŸ”¬
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Jed Taylor Mar 7
Final tweet of the , I finally got around to re-doing some elements of this piece from last year and now I like it again. Niche differentiation requires slight reinforcement...
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Jenn β€’ Alithographica Mar 6
How about some liverworts? Umbrella liverwort, pacific banana slug, ten-lined june beetle.
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