Wherever possible, I hope to use pictures I take or draw myself. At the beginning this may be harder, since I haven’t accumulated a bunch of my own plant pics. So there will also likely be a bunch of open-source pics of old botanical illustrations, and also some photos that I’ll credit as I go (like the natal plum and the wild currant on the “About” page). But if it’s not possible for whatever reason to just cite the photo in situ, I’ll credit it here:
Header pics, left to right:
64-cell Nemertean embryo, DAPI-stained, micrograph taken by me at the MBL in 2007. (Shamefully, I don’t have the microscope details anymore. I’ll try to keep them for subsequent pics).
Open source image, copperplate engraving of sweet pea, from Curtis botanical magazine, by W. Curtis. Exact date uncertain, 1787-1800.
Atropa belladonna, cropped from open source image. Painting by Hermann Adolf Koehler, printed 1887.
Colchicum autumnale, cropped from open source image. Also by Hermann Adolf Koehler, printed 1887.