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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#MC008 Day-moths
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#MC009 Pieris (Thyca) Harpalyce
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#MC010 Pieris (Thyca) Aganippe
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#MC030 The Large Wattle Goat-Moth
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#MC040 Case Moths, Saunders' & Lictor
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#MC069-070 Phasmas, Violet & Red-shouldered
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Australian natural history, Frederick McCoy

#MC079 Violet-winged Phasma
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Australian natural history, Frederick McCoy

#MC079 Violet-winged Phasma
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#MC080 The Large Pink-winged Phasma
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#MC110 The Australian Yellow-winged Locust
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#MC119 The Smaller Green Gum-tree Grasshopper
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Australian natural history, Frederick McCoy

#MC120 Thirty-two Spotted Grasshopper
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#MC129 The Netted Acripeza
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#MC130 The Broad-styled Mantis
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#MC198 Butterflies, Painted Lady, Australian Admiral
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