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Biosphoto Collection Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Created in 1987 by Catherine Deulofeu, the Biosphoto collection features unique prints of nature and the environment

Choose from 18323 pictures in our Biosphoto Collection collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Auscape Photo Library.


Plasterer bee (Colletes cunicularius) Featured Biosphoto Collection Print

Plasterer bee (Colletes cunicularius)

Plasterer bee (Colletes cunicularius). Species in this genus build underground nests and line the cells with a polyester secretion. They are often referred to as 'Polyester' bees. Collected pollen is clearly visible on hind legs. Northern Vosges Regional Nature Park, Bas Rhin, France

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Animal, Apocrita, Arthropod, Bee, Collete, Colletes, Colletidae, Colletinae, Fauna, Full Length, Ground Nesting Bee, Hymenoptera, Hymenopteran, Insect, Insecta, Polyester Bee, Polylectic, Side View, Solitary, Wildlife

Quinine bark (Cinchona officinalis) Featured Biosphoto Collection Print

Quinine bark (Cinchona officinalis)

Quinine bark (Cinchona officinalis), dried bark, now only rarely used to treat malaria as it can be toxic in large quantities, but it has many other medicinal uses

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Alkaloid, America, Bark, Herb, Homeopathy, Jesuites, Medicinal, Peruvian, Rubiaceae, South, Therapeutic, Tropical

Red-bellied piranha (Pygocentrus nattereri) Featured Biosphoto Collection Print

Red-bellied piranha (Pygocentrus nattereri)

Red-bellied piranha (Pygocentrus nattereri) with a person's finger at the open mouth and teeth that tear flesh from their prey. Despite their bad press, there is no record of any person being killed by piranhas and people readily swim in rivers where they live without getting bitten. The fish is 26 to 33 cm long. Rio Pipxuna, Amazonia, Brazil

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