Polish cochineal insects James Mynde
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Polish cochineal insects
Figures of insects and eggs observed in Poland, Polish cochineal [Porphyrophora polonica] or carmine scales. Inscribed in pencil with instructions to printers. Two sets of drawings mounted on a single backing sheet. Plate 10 from the paper "Further account of the Polish cochineal...", by Nathaniel Matthew Wolfe (1724-1784), Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, vol.54 (1764) pp.95-98.
Original: pencil, red chalk and watercolour on paper. 1764
- Image reference: RS-9381
- The Royal Society
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