I noticed down below that you said the color was all digital. If that's true, I'm really impressed with your technique. I actually thought it was watercolor over colored pencil. I like that you generally keep to muted colors-- that gives it a really nice, almost Audobon-- or Haeckel--like feel (I'm sure there are other wildlife artists who would make a more apt comparison, but those are the only two I can think of at the moment).
I also like the way you add text to your illustrations. I hope you don't mind if I take a cue from your style for some technical drawings I'm working on.
Thank you for the feedback! All my artwork seems to default to a natural, muted pallet, no matter how colorful I intend it to be... I guess that's not a bad thing. I don't mind if you use some of the stylistic tendencies I have; I really want to try to make something in a red and teal scheme if you won't think I'm copying you.