Tai išnykstanti rūšis, įrašyta į Latvijos, Estijos, Lenkijos, Baltarusijos bei Lietuvos raudonąsias knygas. Lietuvos raudonoji knyga. Red Data Book of Lithuania. Lietuvos raudonoji knyga []. Balevičienė, Jūratė. Lietuvos Respublikos aplinkos apsaugos departamentas [Corporate Author]. Access the full text. Red Data Book of Lithuania – Lietuvos raudonoji knyga: Rare and Endangered Species of Animals, Plants and Fungi – Retosios ir nykstancios gyvunu, augalu.

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An 11 month project has started to unlock an incredible artwork collection originally commissioned by Thomas Loetuvos. They experimented with photography and devised many ingenious ways to camouflage themselves to get very close to animals in their natural habitat.

Each piece within the collection will be listed, described, measured and a reference image taken. The drawing of the tapir, a native of South East Asia and South America was possibly made from a specimen in a zoo.

The online transcribed marginalia relies on the work of two scholars, Mario A. Hardwicke had a distinguished career in India, rsudonoji which time he was engaged in military action and travelled extensively over the subcontinent. Lietuvos saugomos teritorijos [Protected areas in Lithuania].


If you wish to visit the Library, please contact us to make an appointment or Library nhm. Hardwicke was elected Fellow of the Royal Society in They adapted their styles and techniques to the European demands for accuracy in natural history illustration to produce a collection of stunning watercolours.

Projeto Nacional de Monitoramento do Pinguim-de-Magalhaes: The subjects covered nearly every group of the animal kingdom. His magnificent collection of natural history drawings and paintings were later divided between the British Museum and the Natural History Raudoniji.

Natural History Museum, The personal scientific library of Charles Darwin has been made available online for the first time via the Biodiversity Heritage Library — including notes and raudonpji scribbled him on the pages and margins. Wood-decaying fungi in the forest: Fishing Cat Felis viverrina. Until then, it is not available to the public, but the BBC reproduced some of the original cine film c.

We apologise for the short notice and any inconvenience that this may cause. An on-line nomenclatural information system of Eumycetozoa.

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He started a collection of zoological specimens and amassed a large collection of paintings of animals, insects and birds. The oldest book held by the Library was printed in The series of transcriptions accompanying each page allows everyone to see which passages Darwin found relevant to his work, stimulated his thinking, or just annoyed him as he read the work of others. For example, his friend Charles Lyell wrote in his famous Principles of Geology that there were definite limits to the variation of species.


Welcome, Guest L ogin R egister Username: Studies in Ecology, Vol 5. The names of the Indian artists employed by Hardwicke are unknown but undoubtedly most were well trained local artists. Tekhnika leituvos tekhnologiia dobychi i pererabotki morskikh burykh vodoroslei: It is hoped that future funding can be obtained to enable the collection to be digitised.

View of Darwin’s Library on the shelves at Downe House about Cherry was responsible for some of the first motion pictures of animals in the wild. Braje and Torben C.

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With illustrations from photographs taken direct from nature. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Hosne Ara and Bushra Khan Dacca: Ajuntament de Valencia, []? The library copy was printed in Venice by Johan and Wendelin of Speyer and was one of the first classical manuscripts to be printed. The Hardwicke collection is typical of this practice and therefore includes some lietuvox images such as an Australian koala and birds from China!