I have started two more, a blue bellied parrot (rainbow lorrikeet) after sarah stone, from John White's Journal of a voyage to New South Wales : with sixty-five plates of non descript animals, birds, lizards, serpents, curious cones of trees and other natural productions. What a great title.
These birds hang out in the big Lilli Pillys next door. How can something so bright be so invisible? It is nearly impossible to see them up in the trees. I thought this plumage was to make them stand out but clearly it is meant to camouflage. This image is located in the kitchen at the east end of Armstrong Level 4.
Little bit more to go on this one.
The third image is based on a work by Gould, of Grey's Wallaby, and one by Lesueur of the Kangaroo Island emu. Both animals are now extinct. This drawing is located in east IRG, at the east end of Swinburne Level 2.