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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 1

Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 1

Plate 1. Psittacus Cayennensis. Cayenne gold-winged Parakeet. Modern accepted name (2012) is Brotogeris chrysoptera[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 10

Plate 10. Strombus minimus. Little Strombus (left & right figures). Modern accepted name (2012) is Dolomena minima[1]. Strombus variabilis. Variable Strombus (upper & lower figures). Modern name is Dolomena ... More

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 11

Plate 11. Drusilla Horsfieldii. Modern accepted name (2012) is Taenaris horsfieldii[1]. Represented on a sprig of Gærtnera racemosa (synonym of Hiptage benghalensis).

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 12

Plate 12. Gobius Suerii. Suerian Goby. Modern accepted name (2012) is Lesueurigobius suerii[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 13

Plate 13. Platyrhynchus Ceylonensis. Ceylonese Flat-bill. Modern accepted name (2012) is Culicicapa ceylonensis.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 14

Plate 14. Picus rubiginosus. Brown Woodpecker. Modern accepted name (2012) is Colaptes rubiginosus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 15

Plate 15. Licinia Melite. Modern accepted name (2012) is Enantia melite[1] (Swainson gives synonym Papilio Melite Fab.).

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 16

Plate 16. Ismene Œdipodea. Modern accepted name (2012) is Bibasis oedipodea[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 17

Plate 17. Bulimus zonatus. Zoned Bulimus. Modern accepted name (2012) is Bulimulus trifasciatus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 18

Plate 18. Mitra contracta. Contracted Mitre (upper & lower figures). Mitra australis. New Holland Mitre. (left & right figures). Modern accepted name (2012) is Vexillum australe

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 19

Plate 19. Tinamus Tataupa. Tataupa Tinamou. Modern accepted name (2012) is Crypturellus tataupa[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 2

Plate 2. Sitta frontalis. Blue Nuthatch.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 20

Plate 20. Picus Braziliensis. Brazilian Woodpecker. Modern accepted name (2012) is Piculus chrysochloros.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 21

Plate 21. Procnias hirundacea (noted as synonym of P. Ventralis Temminck). Swallow Fruit-eater. Modern accepted name (2012) is Tersina viridis.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 22

Plate 22. Terias Elvina. Modern accepted name (2012) is Leucidia elvina[1] (Swainson gives synonym Pieris Elvina Godart). N.B. something seems to have gone wrong with the colouring of this copy. The text de... More

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 23

Plate 23. Mitra vittata. Ribbon Mitre. Modern accepted name (2012) is Vexillum taeniatum[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 24

Plate 24. Conœlix marmoratus. Marbled Conœlix—upper figures. Conœlix lineatus. Lineated Conœlix—middle figures. Modern accepted name (2012) for both of these is Imbricaria conularis[1][2]. Conœlix punctatus.... More

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 25

Plate 25. Procnias melanocephalus. Black-headed Berry-eater. Modern accepted name (2012) is Carpornis melanocephala.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 26

Plate 26. Alcedo azurea. Azure Kingsfisher.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 27

Plate 27. Halcyon collaris. Collared Crabeater. Modern accepted name (2012) is Todiramphus chloris[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 28

Plate 28. Hesperia Haworthiana. Haworth's Hesperia. Modern accepted name (2012) is Alera haworthiana[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 29

Plate 29. Mitra cancellata. Basket Mitre—upper & lower figures. Modern accepted name (2012) is Vexillum sanguisuga[1]. Mitra rigida. Ribbed Mitre—left & right figures. Modern accepted name is Vexillum semifasciatum[2].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 3

Plate 3. Mitra zonata. Zoned Mitre.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 30

Plate 30. Achatina marginata. Marginated Achatina. Modern accepted name (2012) is Archachatina marginata[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 31

Plate 31. Phibalura cristata. Crested Shortbill.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 32

Plate 32. Psaris Cuvierii. Cuvier's Psaris. Modern accepted name (2012) is Pachyramphus viridis.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 33

Plate 33. Tamyris Zeleucus. Modern accepted name (2012) is Pyrrhopyge phidiasphidias.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 34

Plate 34. Colias Godartiana. Godart's Colias. Modern accepted name (2012) is Aphrissa godartiana[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 35

Plate 35. Mitra bifasciata. Double-banded Mitre. Modern accepted name (2012) is Vexillum vulpecula[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 36

Plate 36. Achatina perversa. Reverse Achatina. Modern accepted name (2012) is Corona perversa[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 37

Plate 37. Procnias cucullata. Hooded Berry-eater. Modern accepted name (2012) is Carpornis cucullata.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 38

Plate 38. Picus bicolor. Black and White Woodpecker. Modern accepted name (2012) is Melanerpes candidus.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 39

Plate 39. Hesperia Itea. Modern accepted name (2012) is Orses itea[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 4

Plate 4. Bulimus melastomus. Blackmouthed Bulimus. Modern accepted name (2012) is Auris melastoma[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 40

Plate 40. Hesperia Cynisca. Modern accepted name (2012) is Orses cynisca[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 41

Plate 41. Achatina pallida. Pale Achatina. Modern accepted name (2012) is Liguus fasciatus pallidus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 42

Plate 42. Oliva Braziliana. Brazilian Olive. Modern accepted name (2012) is Olivancillaria urceus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 43

Plate 43. Melliphaga auricomis. Yellow-tufted Honeysucker. Modern accepted name (2012) is Lichenostomus melanops.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 44

Plate 44. Pteroglosus sulcatus. Grooved-bill Aracari. Modern accepted name (2012) is Aulacorhynchus sulcatus.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 45

Plate 45. Ramphastos carinatus. Sharp-billed Toucan. Regarded as a synonym of Ramphastos sulfuratus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 46

Plate 46. Bulimus citrinus. Citron Bulimus. Modern accepted name (2012) is Amphidromus perversus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 47

Plate 47. Bulimus citrinus (var perversu). Reverse, banded Citron Bulimus—left & right figures. Modern accepted name (2012) is Amphidromus perversus[1]. Bulimus aureus. Golden Bulimus.—upper and lower figure... More

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 48

Plate 48. Mitra casta. Chesnut-banded Mitre. Modern accepted name (2012) is Scabricola casta[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 49

Plate 49. Oxyrhyncus cristatus, with a reference to spelling of genus as Oxyruncus Temminck. Crested Sharpbill.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 5

Plate 5. Colias Statira. Modern accepted name (2012) is Aphrissa statira[1] (Swainson gives synonym Papilio Statira Cramer).

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 50

Plate 50. Alcedo Asiatica. Asiatic Kingsfisher. The text notes this as a synonym of A. meninting.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 51

Plate 51. Colias Pyrene. White African Colias. Modern accepted name (2012) is Ixias pyrene[1]. N.B. something seems to have gone wrong with the colouring of this copy. The text describes the wings as white a... More

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 52

Plate 52. Colias argante. Orange Colias. Modern accepted name (2012) is Phoebis argante[1] (Swainson gives synonyms Papilio Hersilia Cramer, and P. argante Fab.).

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 53

Plate 53. Strombus cylindricus. False Scarlet-mouthed Strombus—Upper and under figures. Modern accepted name (2012) is Conomurex decorus[1]. Strombus Persicus. Persian Strombus—middle figures. Modern name is ... More

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 54

Plate 54. Mitra lyræformis. Harp Mitre. Modern accepted name (2012) is Lyria lyraeformis[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 55

Plate 55. Solen ambiguus. Ambiguous Solen. Synonym of S. obliqua[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 56

Plate 56. Ramphastos vitellinus. Sulphur-and-white-breasted Toucan.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 57

Plate 57. Unio nasutus. Rostrated River-Mussel. Modern accepted name (2012) is Ligumia nasuta[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 58

Plate 58. Achatina crenata. Green hair-streaked Achatina. Modern accepted name (2012) is Liguus fasciatus crenatus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 59

Plate 59. Psittacus Barrabandii. Red-collared Parakeet. Modern accepted name (2012) is Polytelis swainsonii[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 6

Plate 6. Colias Leachiana. Leachian Colias. Modern accepted name (2012) is Anteos menippe[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 60

Plate 60. Thyreus Abbottii. Modern accepted name (2012) is Sphecodina abbottii[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 61

Plate 61. Tamyris Nurscia—upper figure. Modern accepted name (2012) is Mimoniades nurscia. Tamyris Laonome.—lower figure. Modern accepted name is Pyrrhopyge amyclas[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 62

Plate 62. Psittacus discolor. Red-shouldered Parakeet. Modern accepted name (2012) is Lathamus discolor[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 63

Plate 63. Ammodytes Tobianus. Common Sand-Lance—upper figure. Ammodytes Siculus. Sicilian Sand-Lance—lower figure. Modern accepted name (2012) is Gymnammodytes cicerelus.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 64

Plate 64. Macroglossum assimile, specific name corrected by errata from assimilis. Despite Swainson's correction, normal modern usage seems to be M. assimilis[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 65

Plate 65. Conus Augur. Girdled Cone.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 66

Plate 66. Mitra lugubris. White-banded Mitre—upper & under figures. Mitra ferruginea. Thick-lipped Mitre—middle figures.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 7

Plate 7. Carduelis cucullata. Hooded Seed-eater.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 8

Plate 8. Merops urica. Javanese Bee-eater. Modern accepted name (2012) is M. leschenaulti quinticolor.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume I Plate 9

Plate 9. Helix auriculata. Eared Helix.