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

@article{Mabberley2000FerdinandBF,
  title={Ferdinand Bauer’s field drawings of endemic Western Australian plants made at King George Sound and Lucky Bay, December 1801 – January 1802. II},
  author={David J. Mabberley and Erika Pignatti-Wikus and Christa Riedl-Dorn},
  journal={Rendiconti Lincei},
  year={2000},
  volume={11},
  pages={201-244}
}
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.RiassuntoVengono qui presentati e discussi altri 44 schizzi e disegni di specie endemiche dell’Australia sudoccidentale… 
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