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Fishes of Britain's rivers and lakes / by J. R. Norman
Bib ID 590805
Format BookBook
Author
Norman, J. R. (John Roxborough), 1898-1944
 
Description London : Penguin, 1943 
32 p. : illusustrations 
Series

King Penguin books ; K11.

Notes

"The plates ... are reproduced from the originals in Edward Donovan's Natural history of British fishes".

Subjects Fishes -- Great Britain.
Other authors/contributors Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837

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