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Iconography of Italian Fauna Reptiles [54 Images]

Iconography of Italian Fauna Reptiles [54 Images]

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Iconografia della Fauna Italica is a scientific work by Charles Lucien Bonaparte, a French naturalist and ornithologist who lived from 1803 to 1857. The book was first published in four volumes between 1832 and 1841 and contains detailed illustrations of the vertebrate animals found in Italy, including mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians.

The illustrations in Iconografia were created by a number of different artists, including Joseph Smit, John Gould, and Edward Lear, who were all well-known for their work in the field of natural history illustration. The illustrations are considered to be some of the most accurate and detailed depictions of Italian fauna from the 19th century.

This set is a collection of reptile illustrations from the work.

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All images in this download are 2800px by 4000px @300ppi in .jpg

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