Drawing depicting: Megacrex inepta -- Papuan Flightless Rail [New-guinea flightless rail], May be a significant example of Gould taking his "conceptual sketch" to the ultimate: an almost finished colored drawing. It shows all his imperfections of style while also showing his sense of perspective, size and weight, and design., Someone [who?] annotates "Megacrex inepte [sic] Dalb. Et Salv.", and Gould in red pastel, writes "Megacrix inepta . . . Albertis, New Guinea".