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Royal gala traders

{bo ta nica l & z oo l o gy cha r ts}


ROYAL GALA TRADERS {botanical & zoology charts}

Hello! Hello! We are so pleased to introduce you to Royal Gala Traders’ collection of Botanical & Zoology Charts. First published in Germany between 1950 & 1975, these charts were originally produced as a teaching aid. Each chart shows it’s original hand-painted imagery, high on detail and accuracy. We think they’re amazing and hope you do too! xxx

For all enquiries please contact:

Steve King telephone: 021 917 439 email: sales@royalgalatraders.co.nz

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NAME: APPLE TREE ORDERING CODE: 0703/16

Apple-Tree (Rosaceae: Pirus malus ssp. domestic) Key Fig. 1 - Twig with foliage leaves and blossom. Fig. 2 - Leaf-buds and foliage: a) bud with foliage leaves opening. b) individual leaf with veins, stalk and small leaves. Fig. 3 - Individual blossom: a, b, c) blossom buds in various stages of opening d) individual blossom (greatly magnified). Fig. 4 - Longitudinal section through a blossom. Fig. 5 - Floral Diagram. Fig. 6 - Fruit and seed: a) horizontal section through apple showing receptacle and gynaecium. b) vertical section with past consumed by grub. Fig. 7 - Grub, an example of the pests: a) emerald grub letting itself down to the ground by a thread. b) moth (imago). First Published 1975 Chart comes on wooden rods, ready to hang 850mm x 1200mm


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NAME: MISTLETOE ORDERING CODE: 0703/16 Mistletoe (Viscum album) Key Fig. 1 – Plant on a branch. Fig. 2 – A piece of mistletoe with ripe berries (slightly magnified). Fig. 3 – Female blossom of the dioecious plant: a) Sprig with pistol blossom. b) Longitudinal section through a specimen of pistil blossom (more greatly magnified). c) Diagram of the pistil blossom. Fig. 4 – Male blossom of the dioecious plant: a) Sprig with pollen blossom. b) Longitudinal section through a specimen of pollen blossom (more greatly magnified). c) Diagram of the pollen blossom. Fig. 5 – The emi-parasite clings to the host plant: a) Longitudinal section through mistletoe sprouting on a young sprig of wood. b) Growing mistletoe with main feeder, bark roots and secondary feeders on an older branch, here cut to show the roots. Fig. 6 – The missel-thrush (turdus viscivorus) the main spreader of mistletoe. Date of Publication 1975 Chart comes on wooden rods, ready to hang 850mm x 1200mm


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First Published 1975 Chart comes on wooden rods, ready to hang 850mm x 1200mm


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NAME: HEATHER ORDERING CODE: 0703/22 Heather (Callu’na) Key Fig. 1 – Wild plant in natural state, dug out of the ground: a) Roots. b) Stem. c) Branch with leaves and flowers. Fig. 2 – Sprig (enlarged): a) Leaves. b) Flower seen from above. c) Flower seen from the side. Fig. 3 – Lower cross-section of a leaf cut transversely (greatly enlarged). Fig. 4 - Longitudinal section through a single flower (greatly enlarged). Fig. 5 – Stamens (enlarged): a) At the moment of the opening of the flower. b) With dry pollen tetrads ready to be blown off the antlers. Fig. 6 – Floral diagram. Fig. 7 – Fruit formation: a) Pollenate blossom at the beginning of fruit formation. b) Ripe fruit capsule in remaining calyx. First Published 1975 Chart comes on wooden rods, ready to hang 850mm x 1200mm


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NAME: CABBAGE BUTTERFLY ORDERING CODE: 0603/30 Cabbage Butterfly - Small White (Pieris rapae), Large White (Pieris brassicae) Key Fig. 1 - Butterfly in flight. Fig. 2 - Butterfly on a flower, sucking nectar. Fig. 3 Rows of scales from fore wing. Fig. 4 - Cabbage leaf with caterpillar, eggs and emerging larvae. Fig. 5 - Chrysalis attached to a stem. Fig. 6 - Chrysalis with emerging butterfly. Fig. 7 - Head of caterpillar with first body segment, from below, showing all parts of the mouth. Upper lip, mandibles and two pairs of maxillae, the latter also called Lower lip or labium. Fig. 8 - Side view of the butterfly with coiled proboscis, and the two palps. Fig. 9 - Transverse section of proboscis. First Published 1965 Chart comes on wooden rods, ready to hang 850mm x 1200mm


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NAME: BLUE WHALE ORDERING CODE: 0603/11 Blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) – Key Fig 1 - Blue whales in the sea: a) Bull whale in act of expiring breathed air ("blowing") at the surface of the water. b) Cow whale with young suckling. Fig 2 - External and internal features of the blue whale: a) Skeleton and layer of fat around the body. b) Indian elephant and man drawn on same scale. Fig 3 - Head of whale: a) View into open jaw. b) Cross-section through head (schematic). c) Individual upper jaw (magnified). Fig 4 - Remaining vestige of pelvis and back legs (magnified). Fig 5 - Sea snail, one of the main foods of the whale (greatly magnified). First Published 1968 Chart comes on wooden rods, ready to hang 850mm x 1200mm


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Royal Gala Traders {Botanical & Zoology Charts}  

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