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(Thanks in part to suggestions from the Biomimicry Institute reading list.)
Benyus. J. (2002). Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature. USA Perennial
Design and Nature II. Ed M. W. Collins et. Al. 2004.
McDonough, W. (2004). Cradle to Cradle.
Pawlyn, M. (2011) Biomimicry in Architecture
Thompson, D. W.. (1992) On Growth and Form: The Complete Revised Edition.
Ask Nature is a webpage showcasing innovative biomimicry designs.