Bahamian hutia Mark Catesby
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Zoological study of a Bahamian hutia, Geocapromys ingrahami, referred to here as Cuniculus Bahamensis, in left profile, poised between the branches of a Bourreria baccata specimen.
Signed and inscribed: 'Cuniculus Pittoniae'
Plate 79 from volume II of Mark Catesby's The natural history of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands (London, 1731).
- Image reference: RS-18823
- © The Royal Society
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