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Striped wrasse (Labrus Variegatus) illustration from The Natural History of British Fishes (1802) by Edward Donovan (1768-1837). Original from The New York Public Library.  Free Photo
Striped wrasse (Labrus Variegatus) illustration from The Natural History of British Fishes (1802) by Edward Donovan (1768-1837). Original from The New York Public Library. Free Photo
Red striped chaetodon or Yellowish chaetodon illustration from The Naturalist's Miscellany (1789-1813) by George Shaw (1751-1813) Free Photo
Red striped chaetodon or Yellowish chaetodon illustration from The Naturalist's Miscellany (1789-1813) by George Shaw (1751-1813) Free Photo
Mullet (Mugil cephalus) from Ichtylogie, ou Histoire naturelle: génerale et particuliére des poissons (1785–1797) by Marcus Elieser Bloch. Original from New York Public Library.  Free Photo
Mullet (Mugil cephalus) from Ichtylogie, ou Histoire naturelle: génerale et particuliére des poissons (1785–1797) by Marcus Elieser Bloch. Original from New York Public Library. Free Photo
Horned Silure (Silurus militaris) from Ichtylogie, ou Histoire naturelle: génerale et particuliére des poissons (1785–1797) by Marcus Elieser Bloch. Original from New York Public Library.  Free Photo
Horned Silure (Silurus militaris) from Ichtylogie, ou Histoire naturelle: génerale et particuliére des poissons (1785–1797) by Marcus Elieser Bloch. Original from New York Public Library. Free Photo
Baller-Carp (Cyprinus Ballerus) from Ichtylogie, ou Histoire naturelle: génerale et particuliére des poissons (1785–1797) by Marcus Elieser Bloch. Original from New York Public Library.  Free Photo
Baller-Carp (Cyprinus Ballerus) from Ichtylogie, ou Histoire naturelle: génerale et particuliére des poissons (1785–1797) by Marcus Elieser Bloch. Original from New York Public Library. Free Photo
Red Parrot-fish (Scarus croicensis) from Ichtylogie, ou Histoire naturelle: génerale et particuliére des poissons (1785–1797) by Marcus Elieser Bloch. Original from New York Public Library.  Free Photo
Red Parrot-fish (Scarus croicensis) from Ichtylogie, ou Histoire naturelle: génerale et particuliére des poissons (1785–1797) by Marcus Elieser Bloch. Original from New York Public Library. Free Photo
Crucian (Cyprinus Carassius) from Ichtylogie, ou Histoire naturelle: génerale et particuliére des poissons (1785–1797) by Marcus Elieser Bloch. Original from New York Public Library.  Free Photo
Crucian (Cyprinus Carassius) from Ichtylogie, ou Histoire naturelle: génerale et particuliére des poissons (1785–1797) by Marcus Elieser Bloch. Original from New York Public Library. Free Photo
1. 2. Rough Perch (Perca Asper) 3. Blue Goby (Gobius Jozo) from Ichtylogie, ou Histoire naturelle: génerale et particuliére des poissons (1785–1797) by Marcus Elieser Bloch. Original from New York Public Library.  Free Photo
1. 2. Rough Perch (Perca Asper) 3. Blue Goby (Gobius Jozo) from Ichtylogie, ou Histoire naturelle: génerale et particuliére des poissons (1785–1797) by Marcus Elieser Bloch. Original from New York Public Library. Free Photo
Chaetodon Imperator from Ichtylogie, ou Histoire naturelle: génerale et particuliére des poissons (1785–1797) by Marcus Elieser Bloch. Original from New York Public Library.  Free Photo
Chaetodon Imperator from Ichtylogie, ou Histoire naturelle: génerale et particuliére des poissons (1785–1797) by Marcus Elieser Bloch. Original from New York Public Library. Free Photo
Fish from Nimrod in the North, or Hunting and Fishing Adventures in the Arctic Regions (1885) published by Frederick Schwatka. Original from the British Library.  Free Photo
Fish from Nimrod in the North, or Hunting and Fishing Adventures in the Arctic Regions (1885) published by Frederick Schwatka. Original from the British Library. Free Photo
Eel varieties set illustration from Résultats des Campagnes Scientifiques by Albert I, Prince of Monaco (1848–1922). Original from Biodiversity Heritage Library.  Free Photo
Eel varieties set illustration from Résultats des Campagnes Scientifiques by Albert I, Prince of Monaco (1848–1922). Original from Biodiversity Heritage Library. Free Photo
Black Goby (Gobius niger) illustration from The Natural History of British Fishes (1802) by Edward Donovan (1768-1837). Original from The New York Public Library.  Free Photo
Black Goby (Gobius niger) illustration from The Natural History of British Fishes (1802) by Edward Donovan (1768-1837). Original from The New York Public Library. Free Photo
A female cuckoo wrasse (Labrus mixtus) illustration from The Natural History of British Fishes (1802) by Edward Donovan (1768-1837). Original from The New York Public Library.  Free Photo
A female cuckoo wrasse (Labrus mixtus) illustration from The Natural History of British Fishes (1802) by Edward Donovan (1768-1837). Original from The New York Public Library. Free Photo
Common dab (Limanda limanda) illustration from The Natural History of British Fishes (1802) by Edward Donovan (1768-1837). Original from The New York Public Library.  Free Photo
Common dab (Limanda limanda) illustration from The Natural History of British Fishes (1802) by Edward Donovan (1768-1837). Original from The New York Public Library. Free Photo
Zeus (Faber) illustration from The Natural History of British Fishes (1802) by Edward Donovan (1768-1837). Original from The New York Public Library.  Free Photo
Zeus (Faber) illustration from The Natural History of British Fishes (1802) by Edward Donovan (1768-1837). Original from The New York Public Library. Free Photo
Dace (Cyprinus leuciscus) illustration from The Natural History of British Fishes (1802) by Edward Donovan (1768-1837). Original from The New York Public Library.  Free Photo
Dace (Cyprinus leuciscus) illustration from The Natural History of British Fishes (1802) by Edward Donovan (1768-1837). Original from The New York Public Library. Free Photo
Gudgeon (Cyprinus Gobio) illustration from The Natural History of British Fishes (1802) by Edward Donovan (1768-1837). Original from The New York Public Library.  Free Photo
Gudgeon (Cyprinus Gobio) illustration from The Natural History of British Fishes (1802) by Edward Donovan (1768-1837). Original from The New York Public Library. Free Photo
Large-scaled sciaena illustration from The Naturalist's Miscellany (1789-1813) by George Shaw (1751-1813) Free Photo
Large-scaled sciaena illustration from The Naturalist's Miscellany (1789-1813) by George Shaw (1751-1813) Free Photo
Silvery sea-green lump fish illustration from The Naturalist's Miscellany (1789-1813) by George Shaw (1751-1813) Free Photo
Silvery sea-green lump fish illustration from The Naturalist's Miscellany (1789-1813) by George Shaw (1751-1813) Free Photo
Yellow loricaria illustration from The Naturalist's Miscellany (1789-1813) by George Shaw (1751-1813) Free Photo
Yellow loricaria illustration from The Naturalist's Miscellany (1789-1813) by George Shaw (1751-1813) Free Photo
Pilot Mackrel illustration from The Naturalist's Miscellany (1789-1813) by George Shaw (1751-1813) Free Photo
Pilot Mackrel illustration from The Naturalist's Miscellany (1789-1813) by George Shaw (1751-1813) Free Photo
Red Mackrel illustration from The Naturalist's Miscellany (1789-1813) by George Shaw (1751-1813) Free Photo
Red Mackrel illustration from The Naturalist's Miscellany (1789-1813) by George Shaw (1751-1813) Free Photo
Old Wife Fish (Guaperva Maxima Caudata) from The natural history of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands (1754) by Mark Catesby (1683-1749). Original from Biodiversity Heritage Library.  Free Photo
Old Wife Fish (Guaperva Maxima Caudata) from The natural history of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands (1754) by Mark Catesby (1683-1749). Original from Biodiversity Heritage Library. Free Photo
Flying Fish (Hirundo), Rudder Fish (Perca sectatrix) and Perch (Perca fluviatilis) from The Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands (1754) by Mark Catesby (1683-1749). Original from Biodiversity Heritage Library.  Free Photo
Flying Fish (Hirundo), Rudder Fish (Perca sectatrix) and Perch (Perca fluviatilis) from The Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands (1754) by Mark Catesby (1683-1749). Original from Biodiversity Heritage Library. Free Photo
1. Cuvier's Acanthonotus (Silurus (Acanthonotus) Cuvieri); 2. Bengal Ailia (Malapterus (Ailia) Bengalensis); 3. Hamilton's Coilia (Engraulis (Coilia) Hamiltonii) from Illustrations of Indian zoology (1830-1834) by John Edward Gray (1800-1875). Original fr Free Photo
1. Cuvier's Acanthonotus (Silurus (Acanthonotus) Cuvieri); 2. Bengal Ailia (Malapterus (Ailia) Bengalensis); 3. Hamilton's Coilia (Engraulis (Coilia) Hamiltonii) from Illustrations of Indian zoology (1830-1834) by John Edward Gray (1800-1875). Original fr Free Photo
203. The American Angel-fish (Squatina dumerili) 204. The Hammer-headed Shark (Zygæna malleus) 205. The Long-tailed Porbeagle (Lamna caudata) illustration from Zoology of New York (1842–1844) by James Ellsworth De Kay. Original from The New Yo Free Photo
203. The American Angel-fish (Squatina dumerili) 204. The Hammer-headed Shark (Zygæna malleus) 205. The Long-tailed Porbeagle (Lamna caudata) illustration from Zoology of New York (1842–1844) by James Ellsworth De Kay. Original from The New Yo Free Photo