Frog fabric bookmark greetings card: a blank greetings card featuring a detachable Frog fabric bookmark, artwork by Ernst Haeckel; designed and made in Totnes, Devon by Curiosity Wave. Beautiful print of 1904 scientific illustration of a selection of frogs (Batrachia) by Ernst Haeckel on heavy weight (255gsm) cotton drill fabric.
An ideal greetings card to give with a book or book voucher.
More about the frog fabric bookmark greetings card
The card is blank for your own message and is approximately 14.5cm x 10.5cm (6″ x 4″). It is supplied with an envelope and comes in a protective cellophane wrapper. The card image features a selection of bookmarks, and the Frog design bookmark is loosely stitched to the front to allow easy removal.
The frog fabric bookmark is approximately 14cm x 5cm (5.5″ x 2″). The design wraps around onto both sides, and is sewn double-layered. Have a look at the Frog fabric bookmark page to see it in more detail, or to buy it separately.
There may be small variations in card and bookmark design and size since they are individually made.
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Bookmark greetings cards are shipped via Royal Mail 1st Class Letter service.
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More about the image
The beautiful illustrations on the frog fabric bookmark is by the German zoologist Ernst Haeckel, and is taken from his 1904 book, Kunstformen der Natur. He is best known for his illustrations of aquatic life, although in this book, he covered all sorts of life forms including spiders, plants and birds.
This illustration shows different views of various types of frogs (Batrachia). It includes:
- Notodelphys ovifera, now known as Gastrotheca ovifera
- Hyla meridionalis, now known as Hyla meridionalis
- Hyla tuberculosa, now known as Ecnomiohyla tuberculosa
- Amphignathodon Güntheri, now known as Gastrotheca guentheri
- Rhacophorus pardalis, now known as Rhacophorus pardalis
- Hylodes lineatus, now known as Leptodactylus lineatus
- Limnodytes erythraeus, now known as Hylarana erythraea
- Ceratobatrachus Güntheri, now known as Ceratobatrachus guentheri
- Breviceps mossambicus, now known as Breviceps mossambicus
- Lithobates pipiens, now known as Rana pipiens