Drawing depicting: Lophura diardi -- Siamese Fireback. Alternate name on piece: Diardigallus praelatus, In the published text Gould refers to a drawing by Crawfurd, used in the plate for a predominantly brown bird, provisionally considered to be a female. "Crawfurd" at bottom right. "Phasianus crawfurdi / Gray - Griffiths' An King / Aves III p.2 " (reference is to Griffith's edition of Cuvier's Animal kingdom, as set down in the published text) at bottom left. Carefully drawn watercolor, but stiff and 2-dimensional; style consistent with Indian origin., Reference drawing, with color. It has been suggested that John Gould may have obtained this drawing and Gould 0068 and 1258 (and perhaps others) from the East India Company collection.