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Conuber sordidum Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 79

Conuber sordidum Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 79

Plate 79. [...] Natica sordida. Brown Natica—middle figures. Modern accepted name is Conuber sordidum[1]. [...]

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 100

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 100

Plate 100. Xenops genibarbis. Whiskered Xenops. Modern accepted name (2012) is X. rutilans[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 101

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 101

Plate 101. Papilio Evander. Upper figure male; lower female. Modern accepted name (2012) is P. anchisiades capyscapys.

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 102

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 102

Plate 102. Papilio Nox. Modern accepted name (2012) is Atrophaneura nox[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 103

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 103

Plate 103. Ampullaria fasciata. Banded Apple Snail. Modern accepted name (2012) is Pila ampullacea[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 104

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 104

Plate 104. Natica punctata. Spotted Natica—upper and lower figures. Modern accepted name is unknown. Natica effusa—middle figures. Modern name is Polinices effusa[http://www.biosearch.in/publicOrganismPage.php... More

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 105

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 105

Plate 105. Trochilus recurvirostris. Recurved-bill Humming Bird. Modern accepted name (2012) is Avocettula recurvirostris[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 106

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 106

Plate 106. Cursorius Temminckii. Black-bellied Courier.

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 107

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 107

Plate 107. Trochilus ensipennis. Blue Sickle-winged Humming Bird. Modern accepted name (2012) is Campylopterus ensipennis[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 108

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 108

Plate 108. Ramphastos Dicolorus. Yellow-billed Toucan.

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 109

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 109

Plate 109. Papilio Harrisianus. Modern accepted name (2012) is Mimoides lysithous harrisianusharrisianus.

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 110

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 110

Plate 110. Conus cinctus. Purple tipped Admiral Cone. Modern accepted name (2012) is Conus circumactus[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 111

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 111

Plate 111. Cypræa tessellata. Mosaic Cowry. Modern accepted name (2012) is Luria tessellata[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 112

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 112

Plate 112. Conus carinatus. Carinated Cone. Modern accepted name (2012) is Conus magus[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 113

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 113

Plate 113. Mitra pertusa. Cardinal Mitre. Modern accepted name (2012) is Mitra cardinalis[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 114

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 114

Plate 114. Conus pulchellus. Orange Admiral Cone. Modern accepted name (2012) is C. circumactus[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 115

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 115

Plate 115. Platyrhynchus cancromus. Short-tailed Flatbill. Female. Modern accepted name (2012) is Platyrinchus mystaceus cancromus[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 116

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 116

Plate 116. Muscipeta barbata. Whiskered Flycatcher. Modern accepted name (2012) is Myiobius barbatus[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 117

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 117

Plate 117. Nectarinia cyanocephala. Blue-headed Nectarinia (upper bird female; lower male). Modern accepted name (2012) is Cyanomitra verticalis cyanocephala[1][2], only recenly split from genus Nectarinia.

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 118

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 118

Plate 118. Conus Generalis. Flambeau Cone (these varieties of C. Generalis are all figured "in order to show the young conchologist the little importance that should be attached to colour in the discrimination ... More

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 119

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 119

Plate 119. Ampullaria globosa. Round Apple Snail.

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 67

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 67

Plate 67. Halcyon cinnamominus. Cinnamon Crabeater. Modern accepted name (2012) is Todiramphus cinnamominus[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 68 (cropped)

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 68 (cropped)

Plate 68. Pogonias rubrifrons. Red-fronted Toothbill. = Pogonias brucii[1] = Phytotoma tridactyla[2] = Loxia tridactyla = Phytotoma abyssinica = Hyreus abyssinica[3] Hyreus=Lybius[4] Lybius abyssinicus = Lybiu... More

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 68

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 68

Plate 68. Pogonias rubrifrons. Red-fronted Toothbill. = Pogonias brucii[1] = Phytotoma tridactyla[2] = Loxia tridactyla = Phytotoma abyssinica = Hyreus abyssinica[3] Hyreus=Lybius[4] Lybius abyssinicus = Lybiu... More

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 69

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 69

Plate 69. Thecla Galathea. Red-bordered Hair-streak. Modern accepted name (2012) is Deudorix galathea[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 70

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 70

Plate 70. Conus terebra. Screw Cone.

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 71

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 71

Plate 71. Strombus mutabilis. Little pink-mouthed Strombus—upper & lower figures. Modern accepted name (2012) is Canarium mutabile[1]. Strombus dilatatus. Winged Strombus—middle figures. Modern accepted name ... More

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 72

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 72

Plate 72. Pogonias hirsutus. Hairy-breasted Toothbill. Modern accepted name (2012) is Tricholaema hirsuta[1] ].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 73

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 73

Plate 73. Psittacus pulchellus. Turcosine Parrakeet. Modern accepted name (2012) is Neophema pulchella[1] ].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 74

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 74

Plate 74. Achatina fasciata. Chesnut-banded Achatina. I was unable to associate this shell with a current accepted name—Uploader.

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 75

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 75

Plate 75. Natica spadicea. Banded Natica. The two most striking varieties are here figured.

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 76

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 76

Plate 76. Merops Savignii. Black-capped Bee-eater. This appears to be a synonym of M. persicus[1][2].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 77

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 77

Plate 77. Botis marginata. Pink-margined Gauze-wing—upper figure. Unable to determine current accepted name.—Uploader. Botis bicolor. Black and White Gauze-wing—lower figure. Modern accepted name is Glyphodes bicolor.

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 78

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 78

Plate 78. Picus affinis. Golden-naped Woodpecker. Modern accepted name (2012) is Veniliornis affinis[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 79

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 79

Plate 79. Natica mustelina. Belted Natica—upper figures. Modern accepted name not known. Natica sordida. Brown Natica—middle figures. Modern accepted name is Conuber sordidum[1]. Natica melastoma. Black-mout... More

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 80

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 80

Plate 80. Haliotis Californiensis. Small-holed Californian Ear-shell. Modern accepted name (2012) is H. cracherodii californiensis[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 81

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 81

Plate 81. Sphinx Ello (upper, male; lower, female). Modern accepted name (2012) is Erinnyis ello[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 82

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 82

Plate 82. Trochilus niger. Black Humming Bird. Modern accepted name (2012) is Florisuga fusca[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 83

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 83

Plate 83. Trochilus falcatus. Sickle-winged Humming Bird. Modern accepted name (2012) is Campylopterus falcatus[1]. The plant introduced in the plate is Clitoria Plumieri.

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 84

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 84

Plate 84. Achatina emarginata. Notched Achatina—upper & lower figures. Modern accepted name (2012) is Liguus virgineus[1]. Achatina vittata. Ribbon Achatina—middle figures. Modern name is Liguus vittatus[2].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 85

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 85

Plate 85. Ianthina fragilis. Common Oceanic Snail—upper and lower figures. Modern accepted name (2012) is Janthina janthina[1]. Ianthina globosa. Globular Oceanic Snail—middle figures. Modern orthography is J... More

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 86

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 86

Plate 86. Conus Princeps. Prince Cone.

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 87

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 87

Plate 87. Sphinx Labruscæ. Wild Vine Hawk-moth. Modern accepted name (2012) is Eumorpha labruscae[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 88

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 88

Plate 88. Mitra caffra. Brown white-banded Mitre—middle figures. Modern accepted name (2012) is Vexillum caffrum. Mitra crassa. Thick Mitre—upper and lower figures. Modern name is M. aurantia[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 89

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 89

Plate 89. Psittacus murinus. Grey-breasted Parakeet. Modern accepted name (2012) is Myiopsitta monachus[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 90

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 90

Plate 90. Pteroglossus inscriptus. Lettered Aracari.

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 91

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 91

Plate 91. Licinia Amphione. (Upper two figures male; lower female.) Modern accepted name (2012) is Dismorphia amphione[1] (Swainson gives synonym Papilio Amphione Cramer).

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 92

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 92

Plate 92. Papilio Polymetus (upper and under figures, male; middle, female.). Modern accepted name (2012) is Parides zacynthus polymetuspolymetus.

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 93

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 93

Plate 93. Papilio Pandrosus. Modern accepted name (2012) is P. hectorides[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 94
Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 95

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 95

Plate 95. Cinnyris chalybeia. Lesser collared Creeper. Modern spelling is C. chalybeus.

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 96

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 96

Plate 96. Anodon rugosus. Wrinkled Horse Mussel. Modern accepted name (2012) is Strophitus undulatus[1].

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 97

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 97

Plate 97. Marginella cingulata. Banded Date Shell—upper figures. Modern accepted name (2012) is Persicula cingulata?[1]. Marginella prunum. Grey Date Shell—middle figures. Modern name is Prunum prunum[2]. Ma... More

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 98

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 98

Plate 98. Paludina elongata. Long-spired River Snail—upper and lower figures. Paludina unicolor. Olive River Snail—side figures. Modern name is Bellamya unicolor. Paludina carinata. Carinated River Snail—mid... More

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 99

Zoological Illustrations Volume II Plate 99

Plate 99. Tamatia macrorhynchos. Greater pied Puff-bird. Modern accepted name (2012) is Notharchus macrorhynchos[1].