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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 120

Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 120

Plate 120. Ampullaria corrugata. Wrinkled Apple Snail. Modern accepted name (2012) is Ampullaria globosa[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 121

Plate 121. Cinnyris Javanica. Javanese Creeper (= Certhia malacensis). Modern accepted name (2012) is Anthreptes malacensis[1][2].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 122

Plate 122. Achatina virginea var. Common Striped Achatina. Modern accepted name (2012) is Liguus vigineus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 123

Plate 123. Achatina virginea var 3 and 4. Modern accepted name (2012) is Liguus vigineus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 124

Plate 124. Licinia Crisia. (= crisia Drury). The two upper figures are of the female, and the lower of the male insect. Modern accepted name (2012) is Dismorphia crisia[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 125

Plate 125. Papilio Nerius. (wrongly "corrected" from Nireus). Male. Modern accepted name (2012) is Papilio sosia[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 126

Plate 126. Conus vitulinus var. Orange Fox Cone, Brown-tipp'd variety. Modern accepted name (2012) is Conus planorbis[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 127

Plate 127. Conus Maldivus. Spanish Admiral Cone. Modern accepted name (2012) is Conus generalis[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 128

Plate 128. Conus Maldivus var. Spanish Admiral Cone, Chesnut variety. Modern accepted name (2012) is Conus generalis[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 129

Plate 129. Melliphaga torquata. White-collared Honeysucker. Modern accepted name (2012) is Melithreptus lunatus lunatus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 130

Plate 130. Trochilus latipennis. Grey Sickle-winged Humming Bird (male). Modern accepted name (2012) is Campylopterus largipennis[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 131

Plate 131. Trochilus latipennis. Grey Sickle-winged Humming Bird (female). Modern accepted name (2012) is Campylopterus largipennis[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 132

Plate 132. Macroglossum annulosum (upper figure). Modern accepted name (2012) is Aellopos fadus[1]. Macroglossum fasciatum (lower figure). Modern name is Aellopos ceculus[2].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 133

Plate 133. Thecla Macaria. Chesnut-spotted Hair-Streak. Upper two figures male, lower female. Modern accepted name (2012) is Atlides rustan[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 134

Plate 134. Strombus exustus. Burnt or Purple-mouthed Strombus (upper figure). Modern accepted name (2012) is Lentigo pipus[1]. Strombus lentiginosus. Tuberculated Strombus (lower figure). Modern name is Lenti... More

Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 135

Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 135

Plate 135. Strombus tricornis. Horned Strombus. Modern accepted name (2012) is Tricornis tricornis[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 136

Plate 136. Ampullaria crassa. Thick Apple Snail (upper and lower figures). Modern accepted name not traced. Ampullaria oblonga. Oblong Apple Snail (middle figures).

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 137

Plate 137. Papilio Polybius. Modern accepted name (2012) is Papilio torquatus polybiuspolybius.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 138

Plate 138. Malurus garrulus. Noisy Soft-tail Warbler. Modern accepted name (2012) is Phacellodomus rufifrons[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 139

Plate 139. Sylvia plumbea. Grey-backed Warbler. Modern accepted name (2012) is Setophaga pitiayumi[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 140

Plate 140. Troglodytes rectirostris. Straight-billed Wren.

Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 141 (cropped)

Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 141 (cropped)

Plate 141. Psittacus chryseürus. Golden-tailed Parrot. Modern accepted name (2012) is Touit surdus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 141

Plate 141. Psittacus chryseürus. Golden-tailed Parrot. Modern accepted name (2012) is Touit surdus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 142

Plate 142. Nectarinia flaveola var. Yellow-bellied Nectarinia (= Certhia flaveola). Modern accepted name (2012) is Coereba flaveola[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 143

Plate 143. Ampullaria sordida. Brown Apple Snail (upper and lower figures). Modern accepted name not traced. Ampullaria puncticulata. Oval, punctured Apple Snail (middle figures).

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 144

Plate 144. Eburna Valentiana. Arabian Eburna. Modern accepted name (2012) is Babylonia valentiana[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 145

Plate 145. Eburna tessellata. Tessellated Eburna. Modern accepted name (2012) is Babylonia tessellata[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 146

Plate 146. Eburna Pacifica. South Sea Eburna. Modern accepted name (2012) is Babylonia lutosa[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 147

Plate 147. Muscipeta carinata. Keel-billed Flycatcher. Modern accepted name (2012) is Monarcha melanopsis [1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 148

Plate 148. Emberiza cristata. Crested Bunting. Modern accepted name (2012) is Emberiza lathami[1][2].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 149

Plate 149. Castnia Fabricii. Red underwing Day-moth. Modern accepted name (2012) is Hista fabricii[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 150

Plate 150. Sphinx fasciata (lower figure). Modern accepted name (2012) is Erinnyis alope[1]. Sphinx Leachii (upper figure). Modern name is Isognathus leachii.[2].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 151

Plate 151. Alcedo semitorquata. Half-collared Kingsfisher.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 152

Plate 152. Achatina melastoma. Black-mouthed Achatina.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 153

Plate 153. Strombus lobatus. Lobed or Brindled Strombus. Modern accepted name (2012) is Lobatus raninus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 154

Plate 154. Psittacus Malaccensis. (Latham, not Gmellin) Blue-rumped Parrot. Modern accepted name (2012) is Psittinus cyanurus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 155

Plate 155. Psittacus viridissimus. Green Parrot. Modern accepted name (2012) is Graydidascalus brachyurus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 156

Plate 156. Fringilla oryzivora. Paddy bird, Rice bird or Java Sparrow. Upper figure female, lower male. Modern accepted name (2012) is Padda oryzivora[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 157

Plate 157. Ampullaria effusa. Ribbon Apple Snail (middle figures). Modern accepted name (2012) is Ampullaria glauca[1]. Ampullaria luteostoma. Yellow-mouthed Apple Snail (upper & lower figures).

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 158

Plate 158. Pinna bullata (var). Rufous Pinna.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 159

Plate 159. Satyrus argenteus. Modern accepted name (2012) is Splendeuptychia cosmophila[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 160

Plate 160. Anodon purpurascens. Purple Anodon or Horse Mussel. Modern accepted name (2012) is Leptodea leptodon[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 161

Plate 161. Voluta punctata. Red-dotted Volute. Modern accepted name (2012) is Cymbiola pulchra[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 162

Plate 162. Achatina fasciata (var). Banded Achatina (3 varieties). Modern accepted name not traced.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 163

Plate 163. Hemipodius nivosus. White-spotted Turnix. Modern accepted name (2012) is Ortyxelos meiffrenii[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 164

Plate 164. Sylvia annulosa. White-eyed Warbler. = Zosterops madagascariensis[1] = Zosterops maderaspatanus[2].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 165

Plate 165. Sylvia annulosa (var β). White-eyed Warbler. Modern accepted name (2012) is Zosterops lateralis westernensis[1][2].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 166

Plate 166. Bulimus citrinus (var). Citron Bulimus (3 varieties). Modern accepted name (2012) is Amphidromus perversus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 167

Plate 167. Anodon crassus. Thick Anodon or Horse Mussel. Modern accepted name (2012) is Anodontites patagonica[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 168

Plate 168. Ramphastos ambiguus. Doubtful Toucan.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 169

Plate 169. Pteroglossus viridis. Green Aracari.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 170

Plate 170. Malurus Africanus. African Soft-tail. Modern accepted name (2012) is Sphenoeacus afer[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 171

Plate 171. Unio fragilis. Fragile River Mussel. Modern accepted name (2012) is Leptodea fragilis[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 172

Plate 172. Ampullaria reflexa. Purple Apple Snail. Modern accepted name not traced.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 173

Plate 173. Gallinula ruficollis var. Black-bellied Gallinule. Modern accepted name (2012) is Laterallus exilis[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 174

Plate 174. Tanagra canicapilla. Grey-crowned Tanager. =Southern Yellowthroat  (Geothlypis velata, cat.)[1]

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 175

Plate 175. Ampullaria leucostoma. White-mouthed Apple Snail. Modern accepted name (2012) is Pomacea urceus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 176

Plate 176. Anodon elongatus. Lengthened Anodon. Modern accepted name (2012) is Anodontites elongata[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 177

Plate 177. Turbinellus spirillus. Carinated Turnip Shell. Modern accepted name is Tudicla spirillus[1] (Swainson gives synonym Murex spirillus).

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 178

Plate 178. Buceros coronatus (sensu Shaw, nec Boddaert). Coronated Hornbill. Modern accepted name (2012) is Tockus alboterminatus[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 179

Plate 179. Muscipeta labrosa. Red-lipped Flycatcher. = Lanicterus swainsonii[1] = Campephaga flava[2]

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 180

Plate 180. Turdus vociferans. Calling Thrush.

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 181

Plate 181. Voluta Pusio. Dwarf Volute. Modern accepted name (2012) is Voluta virescens[1].

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Zoological Illustrations Volume III Plate 182

Plate 182. Cypræa spadicea. Chesnut Cowry (upper & lower figures). Modern accepted name (2012) is Neobernaya spadicea[1]. Cypræa sanguinolenta (middle figures). Modern name is Zonaria sanguinolenta[2].