Catalogue of the birds of the peninsula of India, arranged according to the modern system of classification : with brief notes on their habits and geographical distribution, and description of new, doubtful and imperfectly described species. (Book, 1844) [WorldCat.org]
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Catalogue of the birds of the peninsula of India, arranged according to the modern system of classification : with brief notes on their habits and geographical distribution, and description of new, doubtful and imperfectly described species.

Author: T C Jerdon
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified], [1844?]
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Jerdon, T. C. (Thomas Claverhill), 1811-1872.
Catalogue of the birds of the peninsula of India, arranged according to the modern system of classification.
[Place of publication not identified], [1844?]
(OCoLC)910497330
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: T C Jerdon
OCLC Number: 77336635
Notes: Caption title.
Binder's title: Jerdon's catalogue Indian birds.
Detached from the Madras Journal of literature and science, 1839-44.
Description: 1 volume (various pagings) ; 23 cm

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