Reference numberPT/73/6/5
TitlePainting, Lumbricus marinus [lugworm] dissected by [William Clift]
DescriptionPlate 3, figure 3 showing a dissected lugworm. Inscribed upper left 'Laid open on the Belly; or side opposite to the Branchiae.' The work is inscribed with publication and plate details. Not signed. Royal Society stamp verso.

Subject: Zoology

Published in Philosophical Transactions as part of paper titled 'An account of the circulation of the blood in the class Vermes of Linnæus, and the principle explained in which it differs from that in the higher classes' by Everard Home.

Read to the Royal Society on 7 November 1816.
Physical descriptionInk wash on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rspl.1815.0046
DOI: 10.1098/rstl.1817.0001
Related records in the cataloguePT/11/1
URL descriptionDigital version available on The Royal Society Picture Library’
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7491Clift; William (1775 - 1849); museum curator and scientific illustrator1775 - 1849
NA4668Home; Sir; Everard (1756 - 1832); surgeon1756 - 1832
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