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Black and yellow Creeper

Drawing of a pair of Bananaquits from 18th century specimens [modern geographical distribution: the Caribbean, the Central America Highlands, the Highlands and the coast of South America (excluding Chile, Uruguay, and Argentina).] Attributed to Pe...

Paillou, Peter, 1712-1782

Scarlet backed Flower-pecker

Drawing of a pair of Scarlet backed Flower Peckers from 18th century specimens [modern geographical distribution: Northeastern India, Mainland Southeast Asia, Southern China, Borneo, and Sumatra.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, 1712-1782

Tree creeper

Drawing of a pair of Eurasian Treecreepers from 18th century specimens [modern geographical distribution: Europe, Turkey, Caucausus, the Altai Mountains, Japan, Korea, and Mongolia].

Collins, Charles

Tree creeper

Drawing of a pair of Eurasian Treecreepers from 18th century specimens [modern geographical distribution: Europe, Turkey, Caucausus, the Altai Mountains, Japan, Korea, and Mongolia.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, 1712-1782

Red-Billed Chough

Drawing of a Red-Billed Chough from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: Morocco and the Canary Islands.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, 1712-1782

Chough

Drawing of a Red-Billed Chough from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: the British Isles.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, 1712-1782

Hoopoe

Drawing of a Common Hoopoe from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: Europe, the Middle East, Northern Africa, South Africa, East African Rift Calley, India, Sri Lanka, Central Asia, mainland Southeastern Asia, China, Japan, ...

Collins, Charles

Golden-Olive woodpecker, male

Drawing of a male Golden-Olive Woodpecker from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: Southeastern Mexico, Central America, and the Mountains of South America.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, 1712-1782

Chestnut coloured Woodpecker?

Drawing of a Chestnut Woodpecker from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: the Amazon Rainforest.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, 1712-1782

Three-toed Woodpeckers [male]

Drawing of a pair of Eurasian Three-Toed Woodpeckers from 18th century specimens [modern geographical distribution: Scandinavia, the Alps and the Carpathian Mountains, the Mountains of Russia, the Mountains of Central China, the Altai Mountains, a...

Paillou, Peter, 1712-1782

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