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Australian lepidoptera and their transformations, drawn from the life. Vol 2.

A. W. Scott

Australian lepidoptera and their transformations, drawn from the life. Vol 2.

by A. W. Scott

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Published by John van Voorst in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lepidoptera

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAustralian lepidoptera with their transformations
    Statementby Harriet and Helena Scott ; with descriptions, general and systematic, by A.W. Scott
    ContributionsForde, Helena, 1832-1910, Scott, Harriet, 1830-1907
    The Physical Object
    PaginationVol. 1 in 3 pts. in 1, (30 p., <9> leaves of plates), vol. 2 in 5 pts :
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25512579M

    Vol. II issued in 5 parts, ed. and rev. by Helena Forde and Arthur Sidney Olliff, printed by order of the Trustees of the Australian museum, Sydney. Vol. 2 imperfect copy: lacks pt. 5 . Australian Lepidoptera and their transformations, with illustrations drawn from the life by his daughters, Harriet Morgan and Helena Forde, Australian Museum, Volume 2 (), pp. (), and also Pl bottom left.

    Vol. 2 - Australian lepidoptera and their transformations, drawn from the life / - Biodiversity Heritage Library Old Book Pages Art Clipart Field Guide Picture Collection Scrapbook Paper Crafts Wall Collage Natural History Insects Literature pins. Books shelved as lepidoptera: Peterson Field Guide to Moths of Northeastern North America by David Beadle, A World Of Butterflies by Kjell Sandved, The D.

    Scott, Alexander Walker - Biographical entry - Encyclopedia of Australian Science - Encyclopedia of Australian Science is a biographical, bibliographical and archival database of Australian scientists and scientific organisations with links to related articles and images. It includes scientists who were Australian by birth as well as tho.   Tineid Genera of Australia (Lepidoptera) (Monographs on Australian Lepidoptera Series Book 2) - Kindle edition by Robinson, GS, Nielsen, ES. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Tineid Genera of Australia (Lepidoptera) (Monographs on Australian Lepidoptera Series Book 2).Author: GS Robinson, ES Nielsen.


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Vol. by Harriet and Helena Scott ; with descriptions, general and systematic by A.W. Scott. Ms Jacqui Jools saw some.

Australian Lepidoptera and their transformations (vol.1 ; vol. 2 ), features hand-coloured illustrations by Harriet and Helena Scott with ‘descriptions, general and systematic’ by A.W. Scott.

Entomologist Alexander Walker Scott, who was a founding member of the Entomological Society of NSW inwould enlist his daughters. The Australian Museum has hundreds of moths and butterflies donated in the s by Alexander Walker Scott and his daughters Helena and Harriet.

These were collected during their research for AW Scott's two-volume book Australian Lepidoptera and their Transformations. Australian Lepidoptera and their Transformations About this object.

Two unbound volumes, containing 21 hand-coloured lithographed plates, all with the colophon “Allan & Wigley, Printers, Sydney”, taken from the original paintings drawn by the Scott Sisters, Harriet and Helena.

Alexander Walter Scott (), English entomologist. 1 taxon name authored by Alexander Walter Scott (List may be incomplete); Publications []. Scott, A.W., Australian lepidoptera and their transformations, drawn from the life. Vol. 1, plates ; Vol.2, plates Australian Lepidoptera and their transformations drawn from the life by Harriet and Helena Scott; with descriptions, general and full record» Book written by Alexander Walker Scott in with illustrations by Harriet and Helena Scott and published in London in Plates from A.W.

Scott Australian Lepidoptera and their Transformations. London: John Van Voorst, Folio, 30, 36 pp. 21 hand coloured lithographs. Two volumes (a total of eight parts, the second volume by Forde and Oliffe published after Scott's death) with the reprinted title : K.

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Robinson and Ebbe S. Nielsen; Elachistine moths of Australia: Lepidoptera, Gelechioidea, Elachistidae / Lauri Kaila with contribution Australian lepidoptera and their transformations drawn from the life.

Vol. I / by Harriet and Helena Sc. Vol. 2 in 5 pts. Australian lepidoptera and their transformations, drawn from the life. Vol : Australian lepidoptera and their transformations, drawn from the life By A.

(Alexander Walker) Scott, Helena Forde and Harriet Scott Abstract. Australian lepidoptera and their transformations, drawn from the life Item Preview remove-circle Australian lepidoptera and their transformations, drawn from the life by Scott, Vol. 1 in 3 pts.

in 1, (30 p., 9 leaves of plates) Addeddate Series 2, Volume 6, Part 4 (), p.No. Alexander Walker Scott, edited and revised by Arthur Sidney Olliff and Helena Forde Australian Lepidoptera and their transformations, with illustrations drawn from the life by his daughters, Harriet Morgan and Helena Forde, Australian Museum, Vol.

2 (), p. 33, and also Pl top left. Harriet and Helena Scott were the foremost natural science painters in New South Wales from until turn of the century, despite being born in an age when female scientific education was limited, women's 'gifts' were to be kept in the private sphere of home and hearth, and the professions were a male preserve.

In Australia, as in England, the study of natural history was the pursuit of. After a thirteen-year delay due to its exceedingly costly production bent on preserving the vibrancy and integrity of the original art, the two-volume Australian Lepidoptera and their transformations, drawn from the life by Harriet and Helena Scott was published in Art by Helena and Harriet Scott from Australian Lepidoptera, Alexander Walker Scott (10 November – 1 November ) was an Australian entomologist mainly interested in butterflies.

Scott was the son of Dr Helenus and Augusta Maria Scott. He was born in Bombay, India and was educated at Bath Grammar School and Peterhouse, Cambridge, receiving a BA in and an MA in Scott was elected to the new Legislative Assembly, representing.Harriet earned admiration and praise from leading colonial scientists who she collected for and corresponded with.

After the publication of Australian Lepidoptera and their transformations, drawn from the life by Harriet and Helena Scott she was elected an honorary member of the Entomological Society of NSW.

However, she was constrained by her class and position in society.