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Buller's birds of New Zealand; a history of the birds of New Zealand. Edited and rev. by E. G. Turbott. With colour reproductions of the stone-plate lithographs by J. G. Keulemans from the 2d ed., 1888
Bib ID 2062585
Format BookBook
Author
Buller, Walter Lawry, 1838-1906
 
Uniform Title History of the birds of New Zealand
Description Honolulu, East-West Center Press, 1967 
xviii, 261 p. illus., col. plates. 38 cm. 
Notes

First ed., 1873, has title: A history of the birds of New Zealand.

Bibliography: p. 255-256.

Subjects Birds -- New Zealand.
Other authors/contributors Turbott, E. G. (Evan Graham), ed
Also Titled

Birds of New Zealand

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