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Cicada Life Cycle

illustration of Forests are being cut at an alarming rate for wood products and to make room for grazing, agriculture and housing. As more roads are cut through forests for access and more forest edges are exposed, forests are more susceptible to pests, disease and fire. Created using Eon Vue and painted with Adobe Photoshop for an upcoming ecology textbook from WH Freeman. (science, environment, biology, nature, farms, agriculture, animals, infographic)
Next illustration of This editorial artwork was created for the Science New's feature article about mutualism. Many of nature's symbiotic relationships have cheaters who try to gain the benefits of the system without reciprocating. In the case of the fig wasp, some try to lay their eggs without pollinating the fig seeds. In this case, the fig tree will often prematurely drop the fig to 'punish' the wasp. Subjects: biology, ecology, plants, insects, bugs, fruit, conceptual

Fig Wasp Mutualism Payback

Forests are being cut at an alarming rate for wood products and to make room for grazing, agriculture and housing. As more roads are cut through forests for access and more forest edges are exposed, forests are more susceptible to pests, disease and fire. Created using Eon Vue and painted with Adobe Photoshop for an upcoming ecology textbook from WH Freeman. (science, environment, biology, nature, farms, agriculture, animals, infographic)

Keywords: Conceptual, Photoillustration, Realism, Technical, Information Graphics, Landscape, Nature, Science, Scientific

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