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Birds of Port Phillip Bay / by Brett A. Lane, Martin Schulz and Kevin L. Wood
Bib ID 1542560
Format BookBook
Author
Lane, Brett A
 
Description Melbourne : Ministry for Planning and Environment, 1984 
ii, 159 pages, [51] pages of maps (some folded) ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0724129413
Series

Coastal Unit technical report ; no. 1

Notes

"November 1984'.

Map legend inside fold of front cover.

Bibliography: p. 154-158.

Subjects Birds -- Victoria -- Port Phillip Bay.
Other authors/contributors Schulz, Martin, 1961-  |  Wood, Kevin L  |  Victoria. Ministry for Planning and Environment  |  Victoria. Ministry for Planning and Environment. Coastal Unit

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