Filaria, and Fistularia. 1. The Filaria medinensis or Dracunculus. 2. The Filaria which infests Horses. 3. The Tobacco-pipe Fish. 4. Head of the serrated Fish. The Trumpet Fish. (B1-214)
Lower Left: M. E. Block delt. Lower Center: London, Published as the Act directs, May 18th, 1805, by J. Wilkes. Lower Right: J. Pass sculpt.
Author: John Wilkes
Source / Publication: Encyclopaedia Londinensis; or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature, Comprehending, Under One General Alphabetical Arrangement, all the Words and Substance of Every Kind of Dictionary Extant in the English Language. In which the Improved Departments of the Mechanical Arts, the Liberal Sciences, the Higher Mathematics, and the Several Branches of Polite Literature, are Selected from the Acts, Memoirs, and Transactions, of the Most Eminent Literary Societies, in Europe, Asia, and America
Publisher: J. Adlard
Place of Publication: London
Date: May 18th, 1805
Artist: M. E. Block
Engraver: J. Pass
Paper Dimensions: 8 1/4 x 10 3/4 inches.
Platemark Dimensions: 7 1/2 x 9 7/8 inches.
Medium: Copperplate engraving
Coloured: Black and white
Condition: The print is in good condition with some wear around the edges, particularly on the bottom; as well as some faint spots of smudging across the print, as can be seen.
Keywords: Filaria, Fistularia, Filaria medinensis, Dracunculus, Filaria that Infests Horses, Infest, Horses, Tobacco-pipe fish, fish, fishing, tobacco pipe, Head of Serrated fish, Trumpet fish, Trumpet, Serrated, head, parasites,
Identification Number: B1-214
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