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Zoological researches in Java, and the neighbouring islands.

Thomas Horsfield

Zoological researches in Java, and the neighbouring islands.

by Thomas Horsfield

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Published by Printed by Kingsbury, Parbury, & Allen in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indonesia,
  • Java.,
  • Indonesia.
    • Subjects:
    • Zoology -- Indonesia -- Java,
    • Zoology -- Indonesia

    • Edition Notes

      Issued in 8 pts., 1821-24.

      StatementBy Thomas Horsfield ...
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL321 .H8
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[328] p.
      Number of Pages328
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6974021M
      LC Control Number06030970

      He continued to be under Raffles’ patronage and in , was appointed the curator of the India Museum, a position he kept until his death in During his time in London, Horsfield synthesised his work in Southeast Asia, into his best known book, Zoological Researches in .   Key examples include the three-volume Gleanings of Natural History (–64), 1 which is the most downloaded book from BHL Singapore; Zoological Researches in Java and the Neighbouring Islands (); 2 Contributions to the Natural History of Labuan, and the Adjacent Coasts of Borneo (); 3 The Birds of Singapore Island (); 4 and The.

        Thomas Horsfield () Zoological Researches in Java and the neighbouring islands. Published in eight parts from , the book was a synthesis of knowledge of fauna of Java, and provided notes on the taxonomy, morphological characteristics and some behavioural observations on primates, bats and birds by various naturalists. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Thomas Horsfield books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Zoological Researches in Java, and the Neighbouring Islands. Taylor W Engraver. 07 Feb Paperback. US$ Zoological Researches in Java, and the Neighbouring Islands. Horsfield Thomas 25 Aug

        Having many spines. , Oliver Goldsmith, A History of the Earth, and Animated Nature - Volume 3, page The cetaceous tribes have their bones entirely resembling those of quadrupeds, thick, white, and filled with marrow: those of the spinous kind, on the contrary, have small slender bones, with points resembling thorns, and generally solid. - Zoological researches in Java, and the neighbouring islands / - Biodiversity Heritage Library The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Zoological researches in Java, and the neighbouring islands / - Biodiversity Heritage.


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Pages: Zoological researches in Java and the neighbouring islands. Singapore ; New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Thomas Horsfield; And the neighbouring islands. book Horsfield; Thomas Horsfield: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Horsfield; John Sturgus Bastin.

Excerpt from Zoological Researches in Java, and the Neighbouring Islands Throughout the continuance of these Zoological Researches, I have unin terruptedly enjoyed the support and the neighbouring islands.

book the Artists originally engaged for the illustra tions. To William Daniel], Esq. I am indebted for the drawings of the Quadrupeds, and Mr. Williamtaylor has, with great Author: Thomas Horsfield. Zoological illustration is a specialized branch of art.

Its primary purpose is scientific -- the accurate depiction of animals, usually, but not always, in partnership with descriptive text. It differs from animal portraiture, which is the artist's interpretation of an individual rather than a species, and, ideally, is free of narrative, moral.

Genre/Form: book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Horsfield, Thomas, Zoological researches in Java, and the neighbouring islands. Zoological Researches in Java, and the Neighbouring Islands.

Thomas Horsfield. Kingsbury, Parbury, & Allen, - Zoology - pages. Read "Zoological researches in Java, and the neighbouring islands" by Thomas Horsfield,Daniell, William, ill,Taylor, W., engraver,Pelletier, A., ill,Curtis, John, ill.

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Zoological researches in Java, and the neighbouring islands. Dates / Origin Date Issued: Place: London Publisher: Printed by Kingsbury, Parbury, & Allen Library locations General Research Division. Horsfield wrote Zoological Researches in Java and the Neighbouring Islands ().

He also classified a number of birds with Nicholas Aylward Vigors, most notably in their A description of the Australian birds in the collection of the Linnean Society; with an attempt at arranging them according to their natural affinities (Trans. Linn. Soc.

The history of Java. Antiquarian, architectural, and landscape illustrations of the history of Java / by Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles - London, Bohn, Zoological researches in Java, and the neighbouring islands / by Thomas Horsfield - London: Kingsbury, Parbury, & Allen, Zoological researches in Java, and the neighbouring islands BHLjpg 5, × 3,; KB Zoological researches in Java, and the neighbouring islands BHLjpg 5, × 3,; KB Zoological researches in Java, and the neighbouring islands BHLjpg 5, × 3,; KB.

A fuller description was published in his book, Zoological Researches in Java. Also inDrapiez published the name Falco fringillarius, (p) and Vigors proposed the genus Ierax or Hierax. Description. This is a minute, shrike-like falcon, with a squarish tail that is frequently spread.

The adult male is glossy black above, with a Class: Aves. Reitmeyer, M. & E.C. Dickinson – Thomas Horsfield’s “Zoological Researches on Java and neighbouring islands”: plate numbers and dates of publication. Vol. 6, No. 10 (26 February ) Lee, M.

Another bird from the "Voyage de la Coquille" (). - Explore hcrownfi's board "zoology", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Zoology, Scientific illustration, Natural history pins.

Pelletier (illustrator), C. [Charles Joseph] Hullmandel (lithographer) Illustration of Falco cærulescens from Java [later Microhierax fringillarius] BHL (Smithsonian) BHL(Singapore).

Plate 35 in Horsfield, Thomas (). Zoological researches in Java, and the neighbouring islands. London: Kingsbury, Parbury, & : Aves.

THOMAS HORSFIELD () Zoological Researches in Java, and the Neighbouring : S. McDowall for Kingsbury, Parbury & Allen, 4° ( x mm). 72 lithographs, etchings and aquatints, 64 of these hand-coloured, including 32 of birds, by W.

Taylor and C. Hullmandel after W. Daniell, J. Curtis and A. Pelletier. Horsfield’s contributions to Indonesian zoology are described in his own copy of Zoological Researches in Java and the Neighbouring Islands (London, –4), 29 which contains a unique proof lithograph plate of the Malayan tapir – the first printed lithograph of any Indonesian subject.

Apr 8, - Bats Oddities vintage drawings nature and wildlife. See more ideas about Vintage drawing, Drawings and Art pins.Primate Locomotion discusses researches on the concept of primate locomotion.

It is organized into 11 chapters that cover biomechanical principles, which are the foundation of understanding of locomotor adaptations. This book first gives an introduction to parallels and analogs between mammalian and mechanical structures.4.

Horsfield’s Zoological Researches in Java, and the Neighbouring Islands. Sounds a bit boring, right? It has stunning illustrations, including species unknown to the Western world in the 19 th century. Many are by the famous William Daniell.