"Amanita Muscaria, in a young state." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Amaita

"Amanita Muscaria, in a young state." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

"The endeavor of each player is to insert his hook through the ribbon loop on one of the eggs and lift it out of the ring, doing this as quickly as possible and catching as many as he can." -Beard, 1906

Angling for Easter eggs

"The endeavor of each player is to insert his hook through the ribbon loop on one of the eggs and lift…

A young boy twirling his arms in the air.

Boy Twirling Arms

A young boy twirling his arms in the air.

Profile view of a young boy.

Profile of a young boy

Profile view of a young boy.

An illustration of young child looking at a bird while sitting in the reeds.

Child Looking at Bird

An illustration of young child looking at a bird while sitting in the reeds.

"Transformations of the Crab: 1, young crab, or zoea, magnified; 2, young crab, in a more advanced stage, magnified; 3, young crab, in a more advanced stage, natural size; 4, young crab, when it has assumed its more perfect form, magnified; 5, young crab, when it has assumed its more perfect form, natural size." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Crab

"Transformations of the Crab: 1, young crab, or zoea, magnified; 2, young crab, in a more advanced stage,…

An illustration of a young horseshoe crab from the dorsal aspect. The horseshoe crab or Atlantic horseshoe crab (Limulus polyphemus) is a marine chelicerate arthropod. Despite its name, it is more closely related to spiders, ticks, and scorpions than to crabs. Horseshoe crabs are most commonly found in the Gulf of Mexico and along the northern Atlantic coast of North America. A main area of annual migration is the Delaware Bay, although stray individuals are occasionally found in Europe.

Horseshoe Crab (Young)

An illustration of a young horseshoe crab from the dorsal aspect. The horseshoe crab or Atlantic horseshoe…

A cartoon of a crying girl wearing a hat and a dress.

Crying Girl Wearing Hat

A cartoon of a crying girl wearing a hat and a dress.

An illustration of various fractional distillation devices. fractional distillation must be used in order to separate the components well by repeated vaporization-condensation cycles within a packed fractionating column. This separation, by successive distillations, is also referred to as rectification.

Fractional Distillation

An illustration of various fractional distillation devices. fractional distillation must be used in…

A young bald eagle.

Bald Eagle

A young bald eagle.

A younger version of Polypodium tenellum. It is woody and wide-creeping when young.

Polypodium Filipes

A younger version of Polypodium tenellum. It is woody and wide-creeping when young.

This picture is of a young woman arranging flowers.

Flower Arranging

This picture is of a young woman arranging flowers.

A young girl clapping her hands.

Girl Clapping

A young girl clapping her hands.

An illustration of a girl facing away and holding hands behind her back.

Girl Facing Away & Holding Hands Behind Back

An illustration of a girl facing away and holding hands behind her back.

An illustration of a young girl holding her dolls and picking flowers in a garden.

Young Girl Picking Flowers in Garden

An illustration of a young girl holding her dolls and picking flowers in a garden.

A young girl playing store with a simple table made of barrels and a plank of wood.

Girl playing store

A young girl playing store with a simple table made of barrels and a plank of wood.

An illustration of a young girl raking.

Girl Raking

An illustration of a young girl raking.

A young girl standing with her arms at her sides.

Girl Standing

A young girl standing with her arms at her sides.

A young girl waving her arms in the air.

Girl Waving Arms

A young girl waving her arms in the air.

An illustration of a young girl with toys surrounding her.

Young Girl with Toys

An illustration of a young girl with toys surrounding her.

A portrait of a young girl.

Portrait of a Girl

A portrait of a young girl.

Profile view of a young girl.

Profile of a young girl

Profile view of a young girl.

Grouse are a group of birds from the order Galliformes. Often considered a family Tetraonidae, the American Ornithologists' Union and many others include grouse as a subfamily Tetraoninae in the family Phasianidae. Grouse inhabit temperate and subarctic regions of the northern hemisphere, from pine forests to moorland and mountainside. Most species are year-round residents, and do not migrate. These birds feed mainly on vegetation, but also on insects, especially when feeding young. Several of the forest-living species are notable for eating large quantities of conifer needles, which most other vertebrates refuse

Young Grouse

Grouse are a group of birds from the order Galliformes. Often considered a family Tetraonidae, the American…

An illustration of a young imperforata with shell dissolved and protoplasm so as to show the seven nuclei.

Young Imperforata

An illustration of a young imperforata with shell dissolved and protoplasm so as to show the seven nuclei.

"Young louse." — Davison, 1906

Wheat Plant Louse

"Young louse." — Davison, 1906

An illustration of a man and a young boy walking.

Man & boy

An illustration of a man and a young boy walking.

An illustration of a man holding a bunch of balloons and handing a young girl a single balloon.

Man Handing Young Girl Balloon

An illustration of a man holding a bunch of balloons and handing a young girl a single balloon.

An illustration of an elderly man selling trinkets to a young man.

Elderly Man Selling Trinkets to Young Man

An illustration of an elderly man selling trinkets to a young man.

Tree just removed from nursery, newly planted, pruned, and boxed.

Tree just removed from nursery, newly planted, pruned, and boxed.

Tree just removed from nursery, newly planted, pruned, and boxed.

The letter R with a young girl holding a ball of yarn which a kitten is chasing.

The Letter R

The letter R with a young girl holding a ball of yarn which a kitten is chasing.

The American Robin, Turdus migratorius, is a migratory songbird of the thrush family. It is named after the European Robin because of the male's bright red breast, though the two species are not related. The American Robin is widely distributed throughout North America, wintering south of Canada from Florida to central Mexico and along the Pacific Coast. It is the state bird of Connecticut, Michigan and Wisconsin. It has seven subspecies, but only T. m. confinis in the southwest is particularly distinctive, with pale gray-brown underparts.

Young American Robins

The American Robin, Turdus migratorius, is a migratory songbird of the thrush family. It is named after…

An illustration of a male sea horse with its young. Male sea horses carry the fertilized eggs and carry them for about four weeks and then releases the fry. These young are susceptible to prey and not many survive however, their survival rate is higher then most fish species.

Sea Horse

An illustration of a male sea horse with its young. Male sea horses carry the fertilized eggs and carry…

An illustration of a chipping sparrow feeding its young. The Chipping Sparrow (Spizella passerina) is a species of American sparrow in the family Emberizidae. It is widespread, fairly tame, and common across most of its North American range.

Chipping Sparrow Feeding Young

An illustration of a chipping sparrow feeding its young. The Chipping Sparrow (Spizella passerina) is…

A decorative capital letter T, with two young people in the background.

Capital Letter T

A decorative capital letter T, with two young people in the background.

The woodcocks are a group of seven extant very similar wading bird species in the genus Scolopax, characterised by a long slender bill and cryptic brown and blackish plumage. Only two woodcocks are widespread, the others being localised island species. Their closest relatives are the typical snipes of the genus Gallinago (Thomas et al., 2004). These are woodland birds which feed at night or in the evenings, searching for invertebrates in soft ground with their long bills. Unlike in most birds the tip of the upper mandible is flexible. This habit and their unobtrusive plumage makes it difficult to see them when they are resting in the day. The tiny feathers that are located at the first joint of the woodcock's wings are referred to as "pin feathers" and these are much sought after by artists for fine painting work.

Young Woodcock

The woodcocks are a group of seven extant very similar wading bird species in the genus Scolopax, characterised…

"A wormy apple, showing the familiar mass of brown particles thrown out at the blossom-end by the young worm." — Goff, 1904

Wormy Apple

"A wormy apple, showing the familiar mass of brown particles thrown out at the blossom-end by the young…

"Amanita is a genus of fungi, nearly allied to the mushrooms. Several of the species are edible, notably the delicious orange (A. cæsarea), but the majority are poisonous."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Young Amanita

"Amanita is a genus of fungi, nearly allied to the mushrooms. Several of the species are edible, notably…

A young boy pondering a math problem.

Young Boy

A young boy pondering a math problem.

A young girl.

Young Girl

A young girl.

A young girl holding a basket of fruit and wearing a hat.

Young Girl

A young girl holding a basket of fruit and wearing a hat.

A young girl playing on a see-saw.

Young Girl

A young girl playing on a see-saw.

A stool used to stack hay on so that it becomes ready faster then when it is stacked on the ground.

Young's Stack-Stool

A stool used to stack hay on so that it becomes ready faster then when it is stacked on the ground.

A celebrated Mormon leader, born at Whitingham, Vermont, June 1, 1801; died in Salt Lake City, Utah, Aug. 29, 1877.

Brigham Young

A celebrated Mormon leader, born at Whitingham, Vermont, June 1, 1801; died in Salt Lake City, Utah,…