Cauliflower coral mushroom, Ramaria botrytis, edible
Cauliflower coral mushroom, Ramaria botrytis, edible. . Chromolithograph by C. Krause from Fritz Leuba's Edible and Poisonous Mushrooms, Neuchatel, Switzerland, 1890. Fritz Leuba (1848-1910) was a mycologist and artist from Neuchatel, Switzerland.
© Florilegius / Mary Evans
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Carter advertisement 1965
Cartier advertisement from 1965 featuring (top) diamond pieces including earrings with a pearl centre, brooch and bracelet. The bottom picture shows 'two supple bracelets', one in coral with a diamond surround to complement its centre piece and the other in an alternating sequence of Turquoise and diamonds. The powder case is of gold guilloche with diamonds and has convex sides while the small scent container has two enamel ladybirds.
© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans
Fungia is a free-living scleractinian coral. In this large example, almost 10 cm in diameter, from the Pleistocene of Yemen, the concave upperside (image 47365) is fouled by serpulid worms and bryozoans.
© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum
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