- The drawing is inscribed in blue pencil at top right with the number "40", which refers to the pre-1984 numbering system for the Watling Collection.
- The drawing is inscribed in pencil at lower centre "DA-RING-HA, Cole-bee's Wife."
- The drawing is annotated in brown ink at bottom, possibly in Watling's hand, "In Engraving, the lights must be broke down to a sombrous tint."
- The drawing is signed in brown ink "Thos. Watling, delt.", but is undated.
- Da-ring-ha (also known as Dorringa or Daringa) is also represented in Watling Drawing no. 66.
- The author of this catalogue record is Suzanne Stenning.
- By permission of the trustees of the Natural History Museum (London).
- Two sets of transparencies held in the Natural History Museum (London) Zoology Library and Picture Library: Picture Library order number 12031
- James Lee of Kensington : purchased ; 1902
- Data sheet available.
- Wheeler, A. and Smith, B, (eds.) The Art of the First Fleet and other early Australian Drawings. New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 1988. (Plate 17, p. 32.)