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Cucullatus Collection

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Dodo, Raphus cucullatus, Didus ineptus, extinct

Dodo, Raphus cucullatus, Didus ineptus, extinct flightless bird.. Handcolored copperplate zoological engraving from George Shaw and Frederick Nodders The Naturalists Miscellany, 1792

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Wood engraving of Roelandt Saverys painting of the dodo

Wood engraving of Roelandt Saverys painting of the dodo
Painting of the dodo and other ducks, macaws and rail drawn from life by Dutch artist Roelandt Savery. Presented to the British Museum by George Edwards, 1759

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Dodo, Didus ineptus or Raphus cucullatus

Dodo, Didus ineptus or Raphus cucullatus.. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F. John from Tiere der Urwelt Animals of the Prehistoric World, 1916, Hamburg

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Skull, jaw and sclerotic bones of dodo

Skull, jaw and sclerotic bones of dodo
Back view of skull, upper and lower view of lower jaw, inner view of jaw, and circle of sclerotic bones in the dodo. Lithograph from Hugh Edwin Strickland and Alexander Gordon Melvilles The Dodo

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Upper and lower views of the skull of a dodo

Upper and lower views of the skull of a dodo. Lithograph from Hugh Edwin Strickland and Alexander Gordon Melvilles The Dodo and its Kindred, London, Reeve, Benham and Reeve, 1848

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Side view of the skull of a dodo

Side view of the skull of a dodo. Lithograph from Hugh Edwin Strickland and Alexander Gordon Melvilles The Dodo and its Kindred, London, Reeve, Benham and Reeve, 1848

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Facsimile of a picture of a dodo by Roelandt

Facsimile of a picture of a dodo by Roelandt Savery in the Royal Gallery, Berlin. Handcoloured lithograph by CDM from Hugh Edwin Strickland and Alexander Gordon Melvilles The Dodo and its Kindred

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Tibia and metatarsus of the extinct Rodrigues

Tibia and metatarsus of the extinct Rodrigues solitaire, Pezophaps solitaria, in the Parisian Collection and Andersonian Collection

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Cranium and sternum of the extinct Rodrigues

Cranium and sternum of the extinct Rodrigues
Cranium 1-4 and part of sternum 5, 6 of the extinct Rodrigues solitaire, Pezophaps solitaria, in the Parisian Collection. Lithograph by Joseph Dinkel after Werner from Hugh Edwin Strickland

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Metatarsus and toes of the dodo and various pigeons

Metatarsus and toes of the dodo and various pigeons
Metatarsus and toes of the dodo, Raphus cucullatus 1-5, foot of the yellow-footed green pigeon, Treron chlorigaster 6, stock dove, Columba oenas 7 and partridge pigeon, Geophaps smithii 8

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Metatarsus bones of the dodo, crowned pigeon

Metatarsus bones of the dodo, crowned pigeon
Metatarsus bones of the dodo, Raphus cucullatus 1-10, crowned pigeon, Goura coronata 12-17, tooth-billed pigeon, Didunculus strigirostris 18, 19 and other birds

Background imageCucullatus Collection: First published illustration of a dodo by van Neck, 1601

First published illustration of a dodo by van Neck, 1601
Facsimile of plate 2 of Jacob Cornelis van Necks Voyage, 1601, showing Dutch sailors fishing on Mauritius, dodo bird (2) and extinct giant tortoise, Cylindras inepta (1)

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Dodo at The African Museum of the Island of Aix

Dodo at The African Museum of the Island of Aix
A Dodo at The African Museum of the Island of Aix is a French museum located on the island of Aix in Charente-Maritime. Sharing the label museum of France with the nearby Napoleonic Museum

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Baltimore oriole or hang-nest, Icterus galbula

Baltimore oriole or hang-nest, Icterus galbula. Male adult 1, young male 2, female 3. Chromolithograph after an ornithological illustration by John James Audubon from Benjamin Harry Warrens Report

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Downy woodpecker, Dryobates pubescens

Downy woodpecker, Dryobates pubescens. Chromolithograph after an illustration by Edwin Sheppard from Thomas George Gentrys Nests and Eggs of the Birds of the United States, J.A

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Dodo, Raphus cucullatus, extinct flightless bird

Dodo, Raphus cucullatus, extinct flightless bird. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by J. Pass from Ebenezer Siblys Universal System of Natural History, London, 1801

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Black-headed uakari and black capuchin

Black-headed uakari and black capuchin
Black-headed uakari, Cacajao melanocephalus (Pithecus melanocephala) and black capuchin, Sapajus nigritus cucullatus (Cebus cucullatus)

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Dodo, kiwi, cassowary, ostrich and bustard

Dodo, kiwi, cassowary, ostrich and bustard
Dodo, Raphus cucullatus (extinct), ostrich, Struthio camelus, great bustard, Otis tarda (vulnerable), cassowary, Casuarius casuarius (vulnerable), and North Island brown kiwi

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Extinct flightless bird, the Dodo, Raphus cucullatus

Extinct flightless bird, the Dodo, Raphus cucullatus. Woodblock engraving from Die Illustrirte Welt (The Illustrated World), Stuttgart, Germany, 1857

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Village weaver bird and nest, Ploceus cucullatus

Village weaver bird and nest, Ploceus cucullatus, and crane fly, Tipula species. Tipule, Tisserin gendarme. Handcoloured steel engraving by du Casse from Felix-Edouard Guerin-Menevilles Dictionnaire

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Hooded dodo, Raphus cucullatus, extinct flightless bird

Hooded dodo, Raphus cucullatus, extinct flightless bird. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by John Pass after George Edwards from John Wilkes Encyclopedia Londinensis, London, 1803

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Humerus and femur of the extinct Rodrigues

Humerus and femur of the extinct Rodrigues solitaire, Pezophaps solitaria, in the Parisian Collection and Andersonian Collection

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Skulls of pigeons and dodo

Skulls of pigeons and dodo
Skulls of tooth-billed pigeon, Didunculus strigirostris, critically endangered 1, 7, 8, 9, 10 dodo, Raphus cucullatus 2, yellow-footed green pigeon, Treron chlorigaster 3, 6, crowned pigeon

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Side, front and back of the leg of a dodo

Side, front and back of the leg of a dodo in the British Museum. Illustration drawn and lithographed by Joseph Dinkel from Hugh Edwin Strickland and Alexander Gordon Melvilles The Dodo

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Head of a dodo in the Ashmolean Museum

Head of a dodo in the Ashmolean Museum
Side view of the head of a dodo in the Ashmolean Museum and restored head in the British Museum. Illustration drawn and lithographed by Joseph Dinkel from Hugh Edwin Strickland

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Willem Bontekoes illustration of the dodo

Willem Bontekoes illustration of the dodo
Willem Ysbrantsz Bontekoes illustration of the dodo, from his Voyage, 1646. Wood engraving from Hugh Edwin Strickland and Alexander Gordon Melvilles The Dodo and its Kindred, London, Reeve

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Rodrigues solitaire, Pezophaps solitaria

Rodrigues solitaire, Pezophaps solitaria
Illustration of a Rodrigues solitaire, Pezophaps solitaria, by Francois Leguat from his Voyage, published 1708. Wood engraving from Hugh Edwin Strickland and Alexander Gordon Melvilles The Dodo

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Rodrigues solitaire and domed Rodrigues giant

Rodrigues solitaire and domed Rodrigues giant
Rodrigues solitaire, Pezophaps solitaria and domed Rodrigues giant tortoise, Cylindraspis peltastes, both extinct. Facsimile of the frontispiece of Francois Leguats Voyage, published 1708

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Facsimile of Roelandt Saverys picture of

Facsimile of Roelandt Saverys picture of the dodo in the Bellvedere at Vienna, 1628. Handcoloured lithograph after Roelandt Savery from Hugh Edwin Strickland

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Willem Pisos illustration of the dodo, 1658

Willem Pisos illustration of the dodo, 1658
Willem Pisos illustration of the dodo, from Gulielmi Pisonis Medici Amstelaedamensis, 1658. Wood engraving from Hugh Edwin Strickland and Alexander Gordon Melvilles The Dodo and its Kindred, London

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Title page with Willem Ysbrantsz Bontekoe s

Title page with Willem Ysbrantsz Bontekoe s
Title page with Willem Ysbrantsz Bontekoes illustration of the dodo, Raphus cucullatus, 1648. Title page from Hugh Edwin Strickland and Alexander Gordon Melvilles The Dodo and its Kindred, London

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Head and tail of the dodo by various artists

Head and tail of the dodo by various artists
Head and tail of the dodo by Roelandt Savery, Johan Neiuhof, Jacob de Bondt, Ludwig Schmoor von Carolsfeld, G. Krause, etc. Heliotype by Van Leer from Dr

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Images of a male Rodrigues solitaire, Pezophaps

Images of a male Rodrigues solitaire, Pezophaps solitaria, from Francois Lequats Voyages, 1708. Heliotype by Van Leer from Dr. Anthonie Cornelis Oudemans Dodo Studies, Amsterdam, Johannes Muller, 1917

Background imageCucullatus Collection: White dodos by Johann Walther and Jacob Hoefnagel

White dodos by Johann Walther and Jacob Hoefnagel
White dodo by Johann Walther, female, 1657 (27) and white dodo by Jacob Hoefnagel, young male, 1609 (28). Heliotype by Van Leer from Dr

Background imageCucullatus Collection: White dodo heads by Cornelis Saftleven and Jan Goeimare

White dodo heads by Cornelis Saftleven and Jan Goeimare
White dodo head by Cornelis Saftleven, male, 1637, after a painting in the Museum Boijmans of Rotterdam (25), and white dodo head by Jan Goeimare, male, 1853 (26). Heliotype by Van Leer from Dr

Background imageCucullatus Collection: White dodo and duck by Pieter Withoos

White dodo and duck by Pieter Withoos
White dodo I by Pieter Withoos, female, Illustrated London News, 1856 (23) and white dodo II by Pieter Withoos, female, Transactions of the Zoological Society of London, 1863 (24)

Background imageCucullatus Collection: White dodo II by Pieter Holsteyn, female, 1638

White dodo II by Pieter Holsteyn, female, 1638. Heliotype by Van Leer from Dr. Anthonie Cornelis Oudemans Dodo Studies, Amsterdam, Johannes Muller, 1917

Background imageCucullatus Collection: White dodo I by Pieter II Holsteyn, female, 1638

White dodo I by Pieter II Holsteyn, female, 1638. Heliotype by Van Leer from Dr. Anthonie Cornelis Oudemans Dodo Studies, Amsterdam, Johannes Muller, 1917

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Copies of the white dodo by Salomon Savery

Copies of the white dodo by Salomon Savery, male: Michiel de Groot, 1682 (17), Gijsbert de Groot, 1724 (18), Isaak van der Putte, 1733 (19) and Jan Morterre, 1757 (20). Heliotype by Van Leer from Dr

Background imageCucullatus Collection: 17th century copies of the white dodo by Salomon

17th century copies of the white dodo by Salomon Savery, male: Gerrit van Goedesberg, 1662 (13), Joost Hartgers, 1650 (14), Abraham and Jan de Wees, 1651 (15) and Gijsbert Sijbes, 1651 (16)

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Dodos and parrots from Willem van West-Zanen s

Dodos and parrots from Willem van West-Zanen s
Dodos and parrots hunted in Mauritius 1602 from Willem van West-Zanens Journal, and copies of Salomon Saverys white dodo by Abraham and Jan de Wees, 1651 and Gillis Joosten Saeghman, 1665

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Dodos by Adriaen van de Venne and Gillis de Hondecoeter

Dodos by Adriaen van de Venne and Gillis de Hondecoeter
Dodo by Adriaen van de Venne, male, 1626 (8) and dodo by Gillis de Hondecoeter (Honderkoeter), male, 1626 (9). Heliotype by Van Leer from Dr

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Dodo of Iohan Theodor and Iohan Israel de

Dodo of Iohan Theodor and Iohan Israel de Bry, female, 1601, and copy in the Florence Codex, female, circa 1703. Heliotype by Van Leer from Dr

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Dodos of Jacob Cornelisz van Neck and Carolus Clusius

Dodos of Jacob Cornelisz van Neck and Carolus Clusius
Dodo of Jacob Cornelisz van Neck, female, 1601 (4) and Dodo of Carolus Clusius, female, 1605 (5). Heliotype by Van Leer from Dr

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Dodo of the Scotch House, Veere, 1561

Dodo of the Scotch House, Veere, 1561, and dodo from the Florence Codex, circa 1703. Heliotype by Van Leer from Dr. Anthonie Cornelis Oudemans Dodo Studies, Amsterdam, Johannes Muller, 1917

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Dodo statue on the Scotch House in Veere

Dodo statue on the Scotch House in Veere
Dodo statue on the facade of the Scotch House in Veere, the Netherlands, 1561. Heliotype by Van Leer from Dr. Anthonie Cornelis Oudemans Dodo Studies, Amsterdam, Johannes Muller, 1917

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Ostrich, cassowary, extinct dodo and penguins

Ostrich, cassowary, extinct dodo and penguins
Ostrich, Struthio camelus, cassowary, Struthio casuarius, extinct dodo, Raphus cucullatus, and species of penguin. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Bertuchs Bilderbuch fur Kinder

Background imageCucullatus Collection: Village Weaver Spotted-backed Weaver Black-headed Weaver

Village Weaver Spotted-backed Weaver Black-headed Weaver adult male seats on a branch between an old woven nest and new nest being built by another male made of green grass colony on a tree in



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