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Halichondria sanguinea: sponge

This chalk drawing by PH Gosse was probably used as a teaching aid. It depicts a species of sponge, Halichondria sanguinea....

Research from home: the wild flowers of William Keble Martin

...drawing for his book – enlargement of a stitchwort flower. Sketches for the Flora Keble Martin drew plants from life. His drawings began as sketches. Some in the field, and......brought Keble Martin’s collection to life. The Concise British Flora in Colour Drawing the plates was a labour of love. The ‘London Catalogue of British Plants’ in 100 sections became......Keble Martin’s guide. He wrote, ‘It was fairly easy to put an early drawing in some corner, and to fit those of related species beside them. This method led almost...

Plumose anemone

Enlarged drawing of the plumose anemone (Actinobola dianthus) as it appears when under water. This is one of the most beautiful of British sea anemones, and usually occurs attached to...

Marine Worms (Aphrodite and Phyllodoce)

This chalk drawing by PH Gosse depicts two carnivorous marine worms found on our shores. The upper illustration is of the “sea mouse” (Aphrodita aculeata), a broad bodied, somewhat slug...

Pecten opercularis - Scallop

Enlarged drawing of a common British scallop (Aequipecten opercularis), with the valves of the shell partly open showing the eyes which shine like precious stones when they catch the light...

Halichondria suberea: sponge

This chalk drawing by PH Gosse shows a section of the sponge Halichondria suberea (now known as Suberites suberia). This species was first described by George Montagu whose shell collection...

Scrophulariaceae: figworts

The Reverend William Keble Martin spent many years of his life collecting, studying and drawing plants. This drawing is a preliminary plate for inclusion in his book The Concise British...

Untitled: crustacea

This chalk drawing by PH Gosse was probably used as a teaching aid. The top drawing of a prawn closely resembles a line drawing in his book ‘Life’ on page...

Periwinkle: Topshell

This drawing by PH Gosse was probably used as a teaching slide. The upper drawings show a much enlarged sketch of a sea snail’s mouth parts, scientifically known as a...