Caught and Coloured: Zoology Illustrations from Colonial Victoria




Various cheilostome bryozoans

Image Details
  • Plate Number: 37
  • Media: Drawing - Pencil, watercolour and indian ink on paper
  • artist: Edward Gilks
  • Lithographer: Edward Gilks
  • Primary inscriptions: [scientific names and figure numbers]
Transcript from the Prodromus of Zoology

Plate 37, Figure 3. Lepralia cheilodon found at Williamstown, on shells

I am indeed indebted for the descriptions and the authentic specimens her figured of our native species of Lepralia to my friend, Mr. P.H. MacGillivray. All the types have been placed in the National Museum.

Plate 37, Figure 5. Lepralia larvalis found on algæ, Williamstown

I am indeed indebted for the descriptions and the authentic specimens her figured of our native species of Lepralia to my friend, Mr. P.H. MacGillivray. All the types have been placed in the National Museum.

Plate 37, Figures 1. Lepralia ciliata found at Port Fairy, Mr, Castwood; Warrnambool; Queenscliff

I am indeed indebted for the descriptions and the authentic specimens her figured of our native species of Lepralia to my friend, Mr. P.H. MacGillivray. All the types have been placed in the National Museum.