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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#MC001 The Black Snake
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#MC002 The Copper-head Snake
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#MC003 Tiger Snake
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#MC011 The Little Whip Snake etc.
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#MC012 The Death Adder
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#MC013 The Carpet Snake
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#MC023 Brown Snakes
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#MC032 The Two-hooded Furina-Snake
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#MC041 The Lace Lizard
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#MC051 The Victorian Rhodona
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#MC052 The Black and White Ringed Snake
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#MC081 The Gippsland Water Lizard
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#MC082 The Murray Tortoise
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#MC083 The Murray Tortoise
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#MC092 The Long-necked River Tortoise1
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#MC093 The Long-necked River Tortoise2
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#MC101 The Luth, Leathery Turtle
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#MC102 The Rugged Stump-tail Lizard
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#MC103 The Blackish Australian Worm-Snake
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#MC111 The Blood-sucker
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#MC121 The Bearded Lizard
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#MC131 The Southern Blue-tongued Lizard
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#MC141 The Spiny-ridged Lizard
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#MC142 The Brown Pseudechys
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#MC151 Gould's Monitor Lizard
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#MC152 The Pygopus
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#MC153 The Pygopus, Frazer's Delma
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#MC161 Burton's Lialis
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#MC162 The Lined Aprasia, Fischer's False Delma
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#MC171 The Broad-Banded (Blue-tongue) Lizard
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#MC181 The White-Streaked Earless Lizard
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#MC191 Hinulia Lizards, White's & Quoy's
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