lizards_and_tritons-00100 - cyclodus occipitalis, Broad-Banded or Occipital Blue-Tongue Lizard [2942x1815]

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cyclodus occipitalis, Broad-Banded or Occipital Blue-Tongue Lizard - high resolution image from old book.

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Width in pixels 2942
Height in pixels 1815
source info Published before 1923.
lizards_and_tritons-00100 - cyclodus occipitalis, Broad-Banded or Occipital Blue-Tongue Lizard.jpg
Natural history of Victoria. Prodromus of the zoology of Victoria, or, Figures and descriptions of the living species of all classes of the Victorian indigenous animals.. (1888) Dec. 16-20 http://'vxb.opr'/i/27587
Author: McCoy, Frederick, 1823-1899
Volume: Dec.16-20
Publisher: Melbourne, J.Ferres, government printer, London, Trbner and co.
Year: 1888-90
John James Wild (born Jean Jacques Wild, 1824 3 June 1900)
Arthur Bartholomew (1833 Bruton, Somerset 1909 Melbourne) , ill.