4 edition of THE BIRDS OF AUSTRALIA. Supplement Volume (Supplement Volume) found in the catalog.
THE BIRDS OF AUSTRALIA. Supplement Volume (Supplement Volume)
by Hill House & British Museum (Nat.Hist.)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||346|
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The birds of Australia, supplement. Gould, John, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. London:Printed by Taylor and Francis published by the author , Notes: The word "Supplement" is transposed from position following author statement.
Originally published in parts. London: Richard and John E. Taylor for the author, Supplement. London: Taylor and Francis for the author,  8 volumes (including Supplement), large folio ( x mm). 2-page subscribers' list. hand-colored lithographic plates by and after John and Elizabeth Gould, Henry Constantine Richter and Edward Lear, printed by Hullmandel, Hullmandel and Walton or Walter (3.
Excerpt from The Birds of Australia This book is the complementary volume to The Animals of Australia, Mammals, Reptiles, and Amphibians, of the same authors and publishers. As it was impossible to give a reasonable account of all the Air - breathing Vertebrates of Australia in one volume, the account of the Birds was reserved for the present : A.
Lucas. Details Creator Gould, John, Title The Birds of Australia: in seven volumes / by John Gould Call Number RB Nef F (green patch). Intended by the author to serve as a kind of handbook to his folio work: The birds of Australia.
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