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Product details Longnose batfish
Side view of the Longnose batfish, Ogcocephalus corniger. Reversed image [and therefore either an original illustration for, or copy of the original from] De Historia Piscium, by Francis Willughby and John Ray (Oxford, 1686) plate 23 figure 3, where it is styled "Guacucuia Brasil". This version has a scale detail (above the main image) not present in Willughby. Monogrammed "HHT". Not dated.
Original: ink and pencil on paper. ca.1685-1686
- Image ref: RS-9386
- The Royal Society