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Poster. 'Fossils VII: DSIR Geology and Geophysics Fossils Series'. Depicts illustration of moa and giant eagle. Artwork by R.C. Brazier. Issued by Department of Scientific and Industrial Research.
Accession No
A62.581

Poster. 'Fossils VI: DSIR Geology and Geophysics Fossils Series'. Depicts illustration of pterosaurs. Artwork by R.C. Brazier. Issued by Department of Scientific and Industrial Research.
Accession No
A62.582

Poster. 'Fossils IV: Depicts illustration of mosasaurs'. Artwork by R.C. Brazier. Issued by Department of Scientific and Industrial Research.
Accession No
A62.584

Poster. 'Birds of the Forest'. Depicts illustration of various birds. Artwork by Nancy Tichborne. Issued by the New Zealand Forest Service. Printed by Government Printer.
Accession No
A62.706

Poster. 'Insects of the Forest'. Depicts illustration of various insects. Artwork by Nancy Tichborne. Issued by the New Zealand Forest Service. Printed by Government Printer.
Accession No
A62.707

Poster. 'Little Mangere Island: and two of the world's rarest birds'. Depicts illustration of Chatham Island robin and parakeet. Design by Alan Mitchell. Part of the Shell calendar series.
Accession No
A62.714

Poster. 'Stephens Island: an unusual frog colony'. Depicts illustration of frog, snail and gecko. Design by Alan Mitchell. Part of the Shell calendar series.
Accession No
A62.715

Poster. 'Big South Cape Island: unique bat extinct here since 1968'. Depicts illustration of bat and muttonbirdl. Design by Allan Mitchell. Part of the Shell calendar series.
Accession No
A62.716

Poster. 'The Alderman Islands. home of the Tuatara'. Depicts illustration of tuatara and petrel. Design by Allan Mitchell. Part of the Shell calendar series.
Accession No
A62.717

Poster.' Little Barrier Island: last outpost of the rare stitchbird'. Depicts illustration of Stitchbird, weta and rat. Design by Allan Mitchell. Part of the Shell calendar series.
Accession No
A62.718

Poster. 'Pseudodontornis: Motunau Beach'. Depicts illustration of a Pseudodontornis flying above Motunau Beach, near Christchurch. Pliocene period. Artwork by Allan Mitchell. Part of a Shell series.
Accession No
ARC2007-74
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