John Gerrard Keulemans [Johannes Gerardus Keulemans; J.G. Keulemans] (1842–1912): Dasyprocta
azarae [Azara’s Agouti], 1876, Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London by
Zoological Society of London for the year 1876, source: archive.org/details/proceedingsofzoo1876zool
and en.academic.ru. Azara’s Agouti, Dasyprocta azarae, is a South American
agouti species from the family Dasyproctidae. It is found in Brazil, Paraguay
and Argentina. It is named after Spanish naturalist Félix de Azara (1746-1821), source: wikipedia.com.
A monograph of the Capitonidæ, or scansorial barbets / By Marshall, Charles Henry Tilson, 1841- Keulemans, John Gerard, 1842- Marshall, G. F. L. (George Frederick Leycester), 1843-1934 Via Flickr: Publication info-London :Published by the Authors,1871
Birds of Australia 1910-28 by Gregory Mathews Via Flickr: The Birds of Australia 1910-28 by Gregory Mathews is a monumental work which took over 18 years to produce,
comprising over 630 superb original hand coloured lithographs, drawn by J. Keulemans, R. Green and H. Gronvold. Rarer than John Gould’s work on Australian birds, with only 225 sets ever produced, most of which are in institutional collections and the last record of the complete individual lithographs being offered for sale in Australia was over 20 years ago.
Gregory Macalister Mathews (1876-1949) born in NSW to a wealthy grazing family. He settled in England at the turn of the century and over the next 40 years with the help of his secretary Tom Iredale, he devoted his life to Australian ornithology. His contribution, particularly taxonomy was profound. Along with John Gould’s Birds of Australia, 1840-1869, Mathew’s’ The Birds of Australia, is a cornerstone of Australian ornithology.
By Allen, Edgar W., Chase, Robert William, Erxleben, J., Hanhart, Michael, Hanhart, N, Keulemans, J. G. (John Gerrard), 1842-1912 Mackintosh, Duncan Robert, Rowley, George Dawson, 1822-1878 Smith, J., Walther, T.,
Publication info London :Trübner and Co., Bernard Quaritch, R.H. Porter,1876-1878.