Keulemans, John Gerrard, 1842-1912 :Heteralocha acutirostris [Huia. Male and female] 2/3 [natural size]. London, 1873
A pair of huia perched on a branch, the female with its long curved beak to the left (marked with a small female symbol by the tail), the male (marked with a small male symbol beneath the branch) to the right, turned in towards the female.
Extended Title - From Buller, W. L. A history of the birds of New Zealand. 1st ed. (London, 1873) opp. p. 63
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Physical Description: Lithograph, hand-coloured, 310 x 240 mm
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