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Line illustrations of birds. Near fine in NF dust jacket and clear protective sleeve. 348 pages includes Index of Latin Names and Index of English Names. Pages yellowing but no marks. No names. Clean, tight copy. 1, 850 species included. The first five chapters of the book explain the system of classification startyed by Swedish naturalist Carl von Linne during the 18th C, and which became known as Binominal System. Chapter 6 sets out the Orders and Families of Birds-the class Aves. Thereafter, each chapter is devoted to one of the 27Orders.
First edition. HB. Cloth and dustjacket. 348pp. With small b&w drawings in text. Covers nearly 2000 species of birds, explains where their Latin names come from and what they mean, and gives locations where the bird is found. Introductory chapters on classification and naming. Fine in Fine protected jacket. Tanning to page edges and margins due to paper quality.
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