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What animal is that? : a guide to Australian amphibians, insects, mammals, reptiles and spiders / Harry Frauca
Bib ID 6097570
Format BookBook
Author
Frauca, Harry, 1928-
 
Description Balgowlah : Currawong Press, 1991 
229 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 0730101207
Notes

Includes index.

"Over 600 species of Australian animals and 265 photographs in colour"--Cover.

Bibliography: p. 216.

Subjects Amphibians -- Australia -- Identification.  |  Reptiles -- Australia -- Identification.  |  Spiders -- Australia -- Identification.  |  Mammals -- Australia -- Identification.  |  Insects -- Australia -- Identification.  |  Australian

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