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    ‘Ramphastos dicolorus’

    Date
    1834
    Creator
    Elizabeth Gould (1804 - 1841, British) , Artist
    John Gould (1804 - 1881, British) , Ornithologist
    Object type
    Library reference
    41611
    Material
    Technique
    Dimensions
    height (print): 560mm
    width (print): 370mm
    Subject
    Biology
       > Natural history
    Biology
       > Zoology
          > Ornithology
    Content object
    nature
       > animal
          > bird
    Description
    The red-breasted toucan (also known as the green-billed toucan). Illustration from A monograph of the Ramphastidae, or family of toucans, by John Gould (London, 1834).
    Object history
    Elizabeth Gould (nee Coxen), John Gould’s wife, was trained in the art of lithography by Edward Lear.
    Associated place
    Credit
    © The Royal Society
    Image number
    RS.9483
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