Darwin's collection of Beetles 2

Entomology (insects)- Coleopterology (beetles) I realised that I don't have an insect section in my museum shop. A lot of "insect recreations" risk becoming crafty such as butterflies, so I decided to stick with beetles.

Sketches and Diagrams | Origin of Species | Charles Darwin

The Genealogical World of Phylogenetic Networks: Charles Darwin's unpublished tree sketches

A government jail gang, Sydney, N. S. Wales by Augustus Earle, 1830. The Hyde Park Barracks can be seen in the background.

A government jail gang, Sydney, N. Wales by Augustus Earle, The Hyde Park Barracks can be seen in the background.

Mr Darwin's Library on the Beagle -- The 400 books that kept him company for 5 years. Not only the catalog, but searchable text! Great fun from Darwin-online.org.uk    User guide to all the other good stuff on the site is at http://darwin-online.org.uk/guide.html

Mr Darwin's Library on the Beagle -- The 400 books that kept him company for 5 years. Not only the catalog, but searchable text!

The drawing, above, of the head of a male bee, is in a book from Charles Darwin’s personal library

Head of a Bee, illustrated. Jan Swammerdam, The Book of Nature; Or, The History of Insects, 1758 Engraving Cambridge University Library. From a book formerly in the collection of Charles Darwin.

Midshipman’s Quarters on Board a Ship of War by Augustus Earle

The Crew of the HMS Beagle

image showing the new techniques of navigation established as part of naval routine - which George would love.

Uno de los famosos dibujos del Beagle, realizados por Conrad Martens., FitzRoy, John y Mary Gribbin

’ Engraving after Conrad Martens from Narrative from Darwin Online: 'A man who has seen half the world': Introduction to the Banda Oriental Notebook

Fragments of lowar jaw and teeth of a toxodon Beagle darwin

Fragments of lowar jaw and teeth of a toxodon Beagle darwin

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