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Edible Gallery

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Choose from 952 pictures in our Edible collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Honey bees on a honeycomb Featured Print

Honey bees on a honeycomb

Honey bees (Apis mellifera) on a honeycomb. The chambers in a honeycomb are created using wax secreted by the bees. The chambers are then filled with honey, using nectar obtained from flowers, and capped with wax. These honeycombs are part of a beehive, a structure built by a beekeeper who removes honeycombs and harvests the honey in them. Because bees store honey to provide food over winter, the bee keeper replaces it with syrup for the bees to feed upon. Photographed in the Novgorod region of Russia


Honey mushroom, Armillaria mellea, Agaricus melleus, edible Featured Print

Honey mushroom, Armillaria mellea, Agaricus melleus, edible

Honey mushroom, Armillaria mellea, Agaricus melleus, 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

Agaricus, Armillaria, Champignons, Chromolithograph, Edible, Fritz, Historical, History, Honey, Illustration, Leuba, Lithograph, Mellea, Melleus, Mushroom, Mycology, Neuchatel, Poison, Switzerland

Common crab Featured Print

Common crab

Common crab. Top view of the Common or Rock crab, (Cancer pagurus) also known as the Edible crab for its tasty meat. Coloured red-brown on top with a yellow-white underside, the claw tips on its powerful pincers are black. The Common crab is a relative of the swimming crabs but lacks flattened paddles on its hind limbs and consequently it is only a moderate swimmer. It prefers to eat mussels but also feeds on worms, other molluscs, algae and carrion. It lives mostly around the shore on stone and gravel bottoms, ranging from the coasts of Norway, Britain, France and Portugal, through to the Mediterranean

© Kevin Curtis/Science Photo Library