‘Double spurr’d partridge’ Peter Mazell
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‘Double spurr’d partridge’
Ornithological study of a male [top] and female [bottom] double-spurred spurfowl, Pternistis bicalcaratus, referred to here as Perdix bicalcaratus. The male has two spurs on one leg, and one on the other, while the female lacks spurs.
Inscribed below: 'P Mazell Sculp. M&F DOUBLE SPURR'D PARTRIDGE'
Plate 7 from Thomas Pennant's Indian Zoology (London, 1790), printed by Henry Hughs for Robert Faulder.
- Image reference: RS-18360
- © The Royal Society
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