002-Black-tailed Parrakeet, polytelis melanura - high resolution image from old book.
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birds-44072 - 002-Black-tailed Parrakeet, polytelis melanura.jpg
A monograph of the Psittacidae, or parrot family of Australia : Halley, J. J. Rev. and Laishley, Richard Rev. and Sayer, James W.
Publisher: Melbourne, Vic. :The Author, 1871
Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection.
Laishley, Richard (Reverend Laishley) (1816 in Southampton, Hampshire - 1897) (DETAILS: Place of death: Father's occupation: Relatives: Education: pupil of engraver Le Cocq, Congregational theology Country of Activity: New Zealand Worked for: R Laishley: Gleanings of Natural History in New Zealand, A popular History British Birds Eggs 1858 Patronage: Congregational Missionary Society Collaborators: Techniques: watercolor, painting, drawing, lithographySample(s): http://www.aucklandartgallery.com/the-collection/browse-artists/1935/richard-laishley Archival sources: Brithsh Museum Natural History, http://piclib.nhm.ac.uk/results.asp?txtkeys1=richard+laishley Published sources: Dict. Australian Artists, Sawyer 1971:150 Other: 1860 to Onehunga, New Zealand, Auckland, Thames, NZ, 1868-74 Melbourne, Australia
Sayer, James W. 1847-1914