Science Gossip Talk
Who knew slime could be so fascinating yshish
I had to bring it up in BHL to see all the detail - yes very lovely!
gamincat For these just skip the pgs w/partial illus and someone will classify the full pg foldout found later in the book
gamincat BHL scans both a folded and unfolded version of these types of pages. Click on the BHL link and youll find it follows pg 256
JANEJ The Internet Archive was down for about 8 hrs yesterday (which hosts and serves all BHL images) it should be accessible now
These remind me of ceramic bowls #designinnature
agreed! Shading and detail is quite something
these would be cool designs for outdoor umbrellas 😃
wow - this researcher studied sewage in Thames River to understand pollution levels - not a pleasant job!
illustrator fit alot onto 1 page
beautiful detail on this one!
content provider chked originals and confirmed scans are accurate representations of the plates - no overlays - just very light print
Yep the 100% view mode in the BHL page viewer works pretty well on this one
you're right they are very light! I'll check with the content provider to see what the originals look like
love the way the details pop on negatives!
temple drawings are rare finds in geological journals
look like different types of saw blades
whoa alot of color going on here!
no worries pinPimpernel - multiple people classify each page so it will still get completed 😃
these strike me as modern art - I see gorilla faces and hands in these forms
yes it is!
no prolification is about malformation of flower- http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1096-3642.1860.tb00133.x/abstract
wow #racist #sexist
some of the most beautiful illustrations I've come across in BHL are the aquatic creatures
nice detail on that one!
interesting here how colour is being used to show movement
gorgeous! This is a #dailyzoo for me
Looks like "A. Mesnel" as found in the contributors list http://talk.sciencegossip.org/#/boards/BSC0000005/discussions/DSC00002qb
wow love the layering in this one!
Yes helpful but only to the person who wrote it 😉
yes and if you didn't want to draw boxes around each one and tag them could do 1 box with CommonName:Clearwing ScientificName:Sesidae
article can be found here http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/44012032 Kind of confsing that the cntribting library digitized out of ordr
incredible detail on those
that is lovely! #dailyzoo
oh that's a nice one!
ohh colour really brings it to life!
you can also tag these as maps
wow on first look thought those were snake skins
Blew it up as large as it would go and still can't get a read on the left contributor
make sure to mark as map when you classify it too 😃
nice perspective on that bent leaf!
love how this one appears to flow off the page
yes and both versions can be added to species
amazing the beauty of small creatures when blown up big
wow details on that are incredible!
absolutely #citizenscientists !
reminds me of a cicada wing
Perfect find for National Fossil Day today http://blog.biodiversitylibrary.org/2015/10/a-celebration-of-fossils-fossil-stories.html
yes not exactly a species drawing but a drawing related to weather which impacts plants so yes please describe this one!
oh that's a beauty!
Yes correct - preceding page says its a mangosteen. Taissa Thanks for going the extra step to find that info!
as best I can read "W. West Lith. London"?
It appears that both versions of the name are found in EOL http://eol.org/pages/484975/hierarchy_entries/58901818/names
mushrooms are so interesting from so many angles
beauty ads haven't changed much 😃
wonderful illustration - wonderful description
definitely #dailyzoo !
me too - even the detail in the description intricate!
love connecting the primary sources with publications!
lovely shading and detail on these
who knew hemp could be so beautiful!
love these patterns!
intrigued me so I had to review the full art - #rotifers or microscopic aquatic animals. def see the mouse there!
I would treat as a single illustration since they all appear to be about a single topic "bird feathers" and not try to record each caption
it looks pretty clearly like 2 "e"s to me
I don't think we've come across a publisher named "Graf and Jerez" before
yep this ones a very large map. Even cntrl+ didn't help
Inscriptions only need to be recorded for hand-written text - not all typed words. Simple keywords OK - geologic map; Cyrenaica
no Display in SG or in BHL? U can also do cntrl+ to zoom into page. contributor is G.W. Ruffle #ruffle there are lots of his drawings
oh that's cool!
tnks . Its an issue at Internet Archive who serves our images. We'll investigate. Try cntrl+ zoom from the SG page to see details
makes you wonder if the technique worked 😉
Love these drawings! #dailyzoo
Great. Thanks JaneJ!
actually the requested hashtag for these pages is #folded
ohh don't often get to see these in color - nice!
"GWR" stands for illustrator #ruffle see http://talk.sciencegossip.org/#/boards/BSC0000003/discussions/DSC0000036
no species, inscriptions or contributors but could add keywords: 14th century; wall decoration; hall of sub-chantry house; Salisbury
hard to tell - would have to view the original
yes rrpbgeek Intellectual Observer is about 93% complete or 370 pages left
this ones a beauty!
some cool drawings on that page
that would be my best guess
yes thank you rrpbgeek - you are a zooniverse supervolunteer!
creepy and mesmerizing all at once
yes its a bookplate but we are not classifying those
Google "anastatic printing" Record Kite as role=lithographer
who knew a parasite could be so fascinating
these would be great inspiration for textiles
wow #dailyzoo worthy
yes it shoud be classified as an image. There are no species, inscriptions or contributors but keywords could be: observatory, wall detail
wow, flint drawings show the details much better than any photo could
this is way cool!
we do not need letters classified unless they are rare (e.g. Newton) so tag as no images on page but then could add #letter in talk
ohh wonderful detail!
this is a page with a tissue overlay. mark as no images and could do #overlay if you'd like
no problem Knappa4 - more than one user reviews each page so someone else will add it
oh my #dailyzoo
fabulous! maybe we should tag #herschel in case we come across any others
maybe - image (yes) , transcription (add text), contributor (Sir Isaac Newton, role=other), keywords (autograph; letter; handwriting)
what a fabulous find! #dailyzoo
there's something we don't see alot of in BHL 😉
Also add #strutt for Jacob George Strutt an English landscape painter and add him as contributor role=artist
what a beautiful drawing of a nest and a wonderful tribute to the robin
I'd say yes if it has its own columns, headings and description
I typically say yes when it has its own columns and headings in a table like layout
Yes! Jacob George Strutt was English landscape painter http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacob_George_Strutt
add to contributor and #Strutt
In this case use the skip button when asked are there illustrations on the page
mark with #folded
looks like a folded page - mark with hashtag #folded
Yes you do and our prize is a warm round of applause 😉
hmm music is becoming a theme. Interesting visually but for this project we'd mark as no images on the page
The detail on those is incredible!
That is a beauty! Perhaps we should start tagging illustrations with #bw and #color so we can track these
its a bird