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The natural history of dogs, canidae or genus caris of authors : including also the genera hyaena and proteles / by Chas. Hamilton Smith
Bib ID 819788
Format BookBook
Author
Smith, Charles Hamilton
 
Description Edinburgh : W. H. Lizars, 1839-40 
2 v., 33, 38 leaves of plates : col. ill. ; 18 cm. 
Series

Naturalist's library. Mammalia ; v. 9-10

Full contents
  • v. 1. ... a portrait and memoir of Pallas
  • v. 2. ... a portrait and memoir of Don Felix d'Azara.
 
Subjects Pallas, Peter Simon, 1741-1811.  |  Canidae.
Other authors/contributors Azara, Felix de, 1746-1821

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