'Adjutant or Argala' [gizzard] John Howship
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'Adjutant or Argala' [gizzard]
Plate 3, from the paper "A description of the solvent glands and gizzards of the Ardea argala, the Casuarius emu, and the long-legged Casowary from New South Wales", by Everard Home, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, vol.103 (1813), pp.77-81. View of the gizzard of the Greater Adjutant (Leptoptilos dubius). The work is inscribed above with publication and plate details and the name "Adjutant." Below, the pencil inscription "Adjutant of Argala" has been partially erased. The plate number is repeated lower right and the work is signed lower left "J.Howship del." Royal Society stamp verso.
Original: ink on paper. 1812
- Image reference: RS-8594
- The Royal Society
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