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U Photographic Print Collection: Unicorn Fish

Unicorn Fish Collection
26 Photographic Prints

U Photographic Print Collection: Upside Down Catfish

Upside Down Catfish Collection
3 Photographic Prints

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Naso lituratus, orangespine unicornfish

Naso lituratus, orangespine unicornfish
Ff. 194. Watercolour painting by George Forster made during Captain James Cooks second voyage to explore the southern continent (1772-75)

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Upside Down Catfish West Africa

Upside Down Catfish West Africa
PM-1100 UPSIDE-DOWN CATFISH West Africa Synodontis nigriventris Pat Morris Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway.

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Unicorn purse, razor fish, pegase fish (or sea dragon), seahorse and European loquette

Unicorn purse, razor fish, pegase fish (or sea dragon), seahorse and European loquette (or blennie vivipare)
FLO4573403 Unicorn purse, razor fish, pegase fish (or sea dragon), seahorse and European loquette (or blennie vivipare) - Unicorn leatherjacket, Aluterus monoceros 1, grooved razor-fish

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Mauritius triggerfish, unicorn leatherjacket

Mauritius triggerfish, unicorn leatherjacket
Mauritius triggerfish, Rhinecanthus cinereus, unicorn leatherjacket, Aluterus monoceros, and planehead filefish, Stephanolepis hispidus

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Unicorn leatherjacket filefish (Aluterus monoceros) at night, The Bahamas. February

Unicorn leatherjacket filefish (Aluterus monoceros) at night, The Bahamas. February

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Unicorn leatherjacket, filefish, Aluterus monoceros, Alutere monoceros and triggerfish

Unicorn leatherjacket, filefish, Aluterus monoceros, Alutere monoceros and triggerfish, American balist
FLO4644772 Unicorn leatherjacket, filefish, Aluterus monoceros, Alutere monoceros and triggerfish, American balist, Punctatus balists

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Mauritius triggerfish, Rhinecanthus cinereus, unicorn leatherjacket, Aluterus monoceros

Mauritius triggerfish, Rhinecanthus cinereus, unicorn leatherjacket, Aluterus monoceros, and planehead filefish
FLO4655117 Mauritius triggerfish, Rhinecanthus cinereus, unicorn leatherjacket, Aluterus monoceros, and planehead filefish, Stephanolepis hispidus

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Narwhal or sea canary, Monodon monoceros (1, 2). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by David after

Narwhal or sea canary, Monodon monoceros (1, 2). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by David after an illustration by
FLO4654979 Narwhal or sea canary, Monodon monoceros (1, 2). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by David after an illustration by Jean-Gabriel Pretre from Bernard Germain de Lacepede's Natural History

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Unicorn, wild ox and bear, illumination for book 'Treatise on animals, birds, fishes

Unicorn, wild ox and bear, illumination for book "Treatise on animals, birds, fishes
1747454 Unicorn, wild ox and bear, illumination for book "Treatise on animals, birds, fishes, precious stones and urines from the Garden of Health" by Jean de Cubas 16th century; (add.info)

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Bignose unicornfish (Naso vlamingii) profile of male displaying (the blue stripe

Bignose unicornfish (Naso vlamingii) profile of male displaying (the blue stripe at the bottom of the frame is the tail of another individual) Baa Atoll, Maldives. Indian Ocean

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Page 451. The Great Atlas Moth, of Surinam;the Lantern Fly, of Peru;the Great Unicorn Moth

Page 451. The Great Atlas Moth, of Surinam;the Lantern Fly, of Peru;the Great Unicorn Moth
5670237 Page 451. The Great Atlas Moth, of Surinam; the Lantern Fly, of Peru; the Great Unicorn Moth, 1810-17 (w/c & manuscript text) by Digby

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Close up of skin and dorsal fin of a Bignose unicornfish (Naso vlamingii

Close up of skin and dorsal fin of a Bignose unicornfish (Naso vlamingii) at night on coral reef, Fiji

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Astrological tapestry (central detail)

Astrological tapestry (central detail)
XJL86570 Astrological tapestry (central detail) by Spanish School, (15th century); 415x800 cm; Museo de Santa Cruz, Toledo, Spain; Spanish, out of copyright

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Narwhal or sea canary, Monodon monoceros

Narwhal or sea canary, Monodon monoceros (1, 2). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by David after an illustration by Jean-Gabriel Pretre from Bernard Germain de Lacepedes Natural History of

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Unicorn Leatherjacket (colour litho)

Unicorn Leatherjacket (colour litho)
998738 Unicorn Leatherjacket (colour litho) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: A Bilder-Atlas zur wissenschaftlich-populAaren Naturgeschichte der Fische in ihren)

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Spotted Unicornfish (colour litho)

Spotted Unicornfish (colour litho)
998711 Spotted Unicornfish (colour litho) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: A Bilder-Atlas zur wissenschaftlich-populAaren Naturgeschichte der Fische in ihren)

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Unicorns on the banks of the Indus, hunted by permission of the King

Unicorns on the banks of the Indus, hunted by permission of the King
746978 Unicorns on the banks of the Indus, hunted by permission of the King, illustration from Venationes, Ferarum, Avium, Piscium (Of Hunting: Wild Beasts, Birds, Fish)

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Unicorns on the Banks of the Indus, Hunted by Permission of the King

Unicorns on the Banks of the Indus, Hunted by Permission of the King
STC161112 Unicorns on the Banks of the Indus, Hunted by Permission of the King, plate 29 from Venationes Ferarum, Avium, Piscium (Of Hunting: Wild Beasts, Birds)

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Bignose unicornfish (Naso vlamingii) on reef, Fiji

Bignose unicornfish (Naso vlamingii) on reef, Fiji

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Synodontis maculipinna, catfish

Synodontis maculipinna, catfish
Synodontis is the most widely-distributed mochokid genus. This specimen was collected from the Rufigi River near Lake Tanganyika in Tanzania and arrived at the museum in 1922

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Redditch B97 4 Map

Redditch B97 4 Map
Postcode Sector Map of Redditch B97 4

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Bignose Unicornfish (Naso vlamingii), French Polynesia, Pacific Ocean

Bignose Unicornfish (Naso vlamingii), French Polynesia, Pacific Ocean

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Spoons, forks and fish knives, Plate 220

Spoons, forks and fish knives, Plate 220
Spoons and forks, fish knives and forks, electro silver plated on best nickel silver, Plate 220. Date: circa 1880s

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Wonderful fish (coloured engraving)

Wonderful fish (coloured engraving)
997496 Wonderful fish (coloured engraving) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: From A Bilderbuch fAor KinderA (Picture Book for Children) 1790-1830

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Exotic fish

Exotic fish
Unicorn leatherjacket, Aluterus monoceros 1, grooved razor-fish, Centriscus seutatus 2, little dragonfish, Pegasus draconis 3, seahorse, Hippocampus hippocampus 4, and viviparous blenny

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Game park marten catching fish mouth animals

Game park marten catching fish mouth animals
Game park with marten catching fish in its mouth, and other animals including gamefowl, spotted unicorn (?), and goats

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: This Male Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia Mydas), An Endangered Species

This Male Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia Mydas), An Endangered Species, Is Being Followed Closely By A Spotted Unicorn Fish (Naso Brevirostris); Hawaii, United States Of America

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Hawaii, The Paletail unicornfish (Naso brevirostris) is called 'Kala lolo'in Hawaiian

Hawaii, The Paletail unicornfish (Naso brevirostris) is called "Kala lolo"in Hawaiian
Hawaii, The Paletail unicornfish (Naso brevirostris) is called " Kala lolo" in Hawaiian

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Doctorfish tang, Common snapper, Short-snouted unicornfish

Doctorfish tang, Common snapper, Short-snouted unicornfish
Doctorfish tang (Acanthurus chirvrgus), Common snapper, Short-snouted unicornfish

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Synodontis maculipinna, catfish

Synodontis maculipinna, catfish
Synodontis is the most widely-distributed mochokid genus. This specimen was collected from the Rufigi River near Lake Tanganyika in Tanzania and arrived at the museum in 1922

Background imageU Photographic Print Collection: Giant clam and vlamings unicorn fish (Naso vlamingii), Sulawesi, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia

Giant clam and vlamings unicorn fish (Naso vlamingii), Sulawesi, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia


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