Sir Andrew Smith"s Miscellaneous ornithological papers. by Sir Andrew Smith

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StatementEd. by Osbert Salvin ...
ContributionsSalvin, Osbert, 1835-1898, Willughby Society.
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Paginationvi p., 1 l., 127 p.
Number of Pages127
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Open LibraryOL23332552M
LC Control Numberagr11000325
OCLC/WorldCa8055700

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Cox], OAI identifier: oai::item. Few papers are less accessible to ornitliologists tlian those published by the late Sir Andrew Smith prior to the issue of his great work '' Illustrations of the Zoology of South Africa/'' The South African Quarterly Journal^, wherein most of them appear^ is a collection of miscellaneous papers in octavo, issued in two series by the South African Institution between the years and Sir Andrew Smith\u27s Miscellaneous ornithological papers / ed.

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SIR ANDREW SMITH'S MISCELLANEOUS ORNITHOLOGICAL PAPERS. EDITED BY OSBERT SALVIN, M.A., F.U.S., ETC. Sir Andrew Smith's Miscellaneous ornithological papers. London [Printed by H.

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Abstract. At head of title: The Willughby ted from the South African Quarterly Journal, nos.; 2d ser., nos., from the Appendix to the Report of the Expedition for Exploring Central Africa,p. Sir Andrew Smith's Miscellaneous ornithological papers.

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