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  • Rachel Ivanyi, Nature Art and Illustration

  • “Net Loss”, Two critically endangered species endemic to the Sea of Cortez: the Vaquita, Phocoena sinus, in a school of Totoaba, Totoaba macdonaldi; Part of Vanishing Circles art collection, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum; available for reuse, archival pigment prints available

  • Northern Rockhopper Penguin, Eudyptes moseleyi; created as life-size model for Kansa City Zoo’s Penguin plaza; available for reuse

  • Sailor’s Knot, Yellow-bellied sea snake, Hydrophis platura
    Original available, available for re-use, archival pigment prints available

  • Mexican Spotted Owl, Strix occidentalis lucida
    Vanishing Circles Art collection, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum; available for reuse, archival pigment prints available

  • Various octopuses from the Sea of Cortez; Sonoran Safari Collection, ASDM; available for reuse; archival pigment prints available

  • Colorado River Fishes from the Sonoran Desert Region; Vanishing Circles Art collection, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum; available for reuse, archival pigment prints available

  • “Welcome to the Garden”, Cortez garden eels, Heteroconger digueti, from the Sea of Cortez; original available, available for reuse, archival pigment prints available

  • From “A Field Guide to the Reptiles of South-East Asia”, ISBN-10: 1847733476, ISBN-13: 978-1847733474

  • Ringtail and roadrunner, Created for Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum’s vehicle wraps; available for reuse

  • Stella the Stingray, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum”s Stingray Touch exhibit, parody movie poster, #stingraytouch

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