Frederick McCoy 1817-1899
Frederick McCoy was professor of natural science at Melbourne University and Director of the National Museum of Natural History of Melbourne. His Prodromus of the Zoology of Victoria: figures and descriptions of the living species of all classes of the Victorian indigenous animals, was published between 1878 and 1889. The prodromus, or preliminary issue, was made available in 20 parts.


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#MC004 The Australian Bream
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Australian natural history prints, Frederick McCoy

#MC017The Salmon Arripis
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Australian fish, Frederick McCoy

#MC019 Small-scaled Rock Cod
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#MC033 The Banded Red Gurnet-Perch
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#MC043 Sharks, Carpet & Seven-gilled
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Frederick McCoy, Natural history prints

#MC054 Australian Aulopus
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#MC063 The Blue-spotted Eagle-Ray
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#MC073 The Ludrick
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#MC084 The Murray Golden-Perch
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#MC086 The Murray Cod-Perch
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Australian natural history, Frederick McCoy

#MC112 The Southern Chimaera
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#MC114 The Australian Rough Fish
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Frederick McCoy, Natural history prints

#MC122 Southern Silver Ribbon-fish
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Australian natural history prints, Frederick McCoy

#MC133 Ray's Sea Bream
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#MC135 The Sea Gar-fish, The Saury Pike
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Australian natural history prints, Frederick McCoy

#MC172 The Yellow-Tail
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Australian natural history prints, Frederick McCoy

#MC173 Long-fingered Chilodactylus
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Australian natural history, McCoy

#MC174 Long-Fingered Chilodactylus
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#MC184 The Roughy
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Australian natural history prints, Frederick McCoy

#MC192 The Crook-spined Dragonet
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Australian natural history prints, Frederick McCoy

#MC193 Spotted Red Gurnet-Perch
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Australian natural history prints, Frederick McCoy

#MC194 Blotch-tailed Trachinops
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