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The Natural history of Canterbury, edited by G. A. Knox
Bib ID 2668285
Format BookBook
Description Wellington, Auckland [etc], Reed, 1969 
620 p. illus., maps (incl. lining papers) 26 cm. 
Notes

36 sections by various authors, covering every aspect of the natural history of the area.

First published in 1927 by the Philosophical Institute of Canterbury.

Includes bibliographies.

Subjects Natural history -- New Zealand -- Canterbury.
Other authors/contributors Knox, G. A, ed  |  Philosophical Institute of Canterbury (Christchurch, N.Z.) Natural history of Canterbury

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