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Globe fish with Cornus and An Phaseolus plants, 1731


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Illustration showing a Globe fish (Orbis laevis variegatus) with Cornus foliis salicis and An Phaseolus plants. The Globe fish has a small mouth, near which the eyes are placed, and behind them two small fins. The tail fin is forked. The upper part of the body is of an olive colour, marked with many irregular curved white stripes; the belly dusky white.



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