‘The Taylor bird’ Peter Mazell
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‘The Taylor bird’
Ornithological study of two common tailorbirds, Orthotomus sutorius, referred to here as Motacilla sutoria, in left profile. Only their heads are visible, poking out from beneath their nest, which consists of two leaves stitched together, possibly by plant fibre, and feathers.
Inscribed below: 'P Mazell Sculp. THE TAYLOR BIRD'
Plate 10 from Thomas Pennant's Indian Zoology (London, 1790), printed by Henry Hughs for Robert Faulder.
- Image reference: RS-18363
- © The Royal Society
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