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The seasonal reproductive cycle of the female elephant seal, Mirounga leonina, Linn., at Heard Island / by L. F. Gibbney
Bib ID 1019623
Format BookBook
Author
Gibbney, L F
 
Description Melbourne : Antarctic Division, Department of External Affairs, 1957 
25 p. : ill., tables. 
Series

ANARE reports. Series B, v.1, Zoology

Publication (Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions) ; no. 32.

Notes

At head of title: Commonwealth of Australia. Department of External Affairs. Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions.

Includes bibliography.

Subjects Seals (Animals) - Heard and McDonald Islands - Heard Island.
Other authors/contributors Australia. Antarctic Division

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