3 edition of A description of the Australian birds in the collection of the Linnean Society found in the catalog.
A description of the Australian birds in the collection of the Linnean Society
|Statement||by N.A. Vigors and Thomas Horsfield ; communicated by the Zoological Club of the Linnean Society ; read June 21, 1825 and January 17, 1826.|
|Series||Landmarks of science II|
|Contributions||Horsfield, Thomas, 1773-1862.|
|LC Classifications||Q111 .H35, QL693 .H35|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||331|
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Field Guide to the Royal National Park. The Linnean Society of NSW is pleased to offer this up-to-date and comprehensive page guide, extensively illustrated in colour, to the natural history of the Royal National Park: its geology and geomorphology; plants and vegetation; mammals, birds, frogs and reptiles; insects, spiders and non-marine molluscs.A Description of the Australian Birds in the Collection of the Linnean Society; with an Attempt at arranging them according to their natural Affinities.
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