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, Volume 11, Issue 4, pp 201–244 | Cite as

Ferdinand Bauer’s field drawings of endemic Western Australian plants made at King George Sound and Lucky Bay, December 1801 – January 1802. II

  • David J. Mabberley
  • Erika Pignatti-Wikus
  • Christa Riedl-Dorn
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Abstract

A further forty-four field drawings of western Australian endemic plants made by Ferdinand Bauer, natural history artist on Flinders’sInvestigator voyage (1801–1803), are published in Part II as a subsequent paper to Part I. In this and the previous paper, surviving drawings made at King George Sound and Lucky Bay (December 1801–January 1802) are identified and discussed.

Key words

Ferdinand Bauer Flinders’s Voyage Western Australia Plant illustration Australian endemic plants 

Disegni e schizzi a matita di Ferdinand Bauer riguardanti piante dell’Australia occidentale eseguiti attorno a King George Sound e Lucky Bay, dicembre 1801 – gennaio 1802. II

Riassunto

Vengono qui presentati e discussi altri 44 schizzi e disegni di specie endemiche dell’Australia sudoccidentale eseguiti da Ferdinand Bauer, artista e disegnatore naturalista durante la spedizione di Matthew Flinders sulla naveInvestigator (1801–1803), attorno a King George Sound (la zona di Albany) e Lucky Bay (nella zona dell’odierno Parco Nazionale Cape Le Grand).

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Authors and Affiliations

  • David J. Mabberley
    • 1
  • Erika Pignatti-Wikus
    • 2
  • Christa Riedl-Dorn
    • 3
  1. 1.Royal Botanic GardensSydneyAustralia
  2. 2.Dipartimento di BiologiaUniversità degli Studi di TriesteTrieste
  3. 3.Archiv, Naturhistorisches Museum WienWienAustria

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