3 edition of Ornithological gazetteer of Argentina found in the catalog.
1995 by Obtainable from Bird Dept., Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English
|Statement||Raymond A. Paynter.|
|Series||Ornithological gazetteers of the neotropics|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 1043 p. :|
|Number of Pages||1043|
The publishing history is complicated see Mengel, No. Clay, J. The National Geographic, 4th ed. The best map of the country you can get! Provenance History of a particular copy of a book. Engelmann and Demanne.
Color half-tone pictorial dust jacket. Quite apart from being the first major state treatment of the birds of the Pacific Northwest, this work is highly significant in being the first beautiful state bird book. Published on behalf of S. Deshmukh, President, Bombay Natural History Society; vi, contents; vii, list of coloured plates; viii, blank;text;otherwise blank pages denoted "notes";about the Bombay Natural History Society;the Society's publications. Del Castillo and A.
It should be noted that the five parts designated by the two title pages are different from the original 82 fascicles or parts in which the book was originally issued. CracraftDNA sequencing e. Verso The back or reverse side of a leaf or page. While Curator of Birds at the Field Museum, Cory had conceived the extraordinarily ambitious project of compiling a catalogue of all the bird species found in the Americas.
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Verraux [sic] and illustrations of five species: Picus erythropygius; Capito quinticolor; Buthraupis Edwardsii; Sitta villosa; and Turdus Gudoti.
By the end of the nineteenth century, many species of Neotropical birds had been described, and a vast literature in German, French, English, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese dealt with their systematics, distribution, and natural history. The descriptive text is most detailed in its treatment Ornithological gazetteer of Argentina book the 34 genera for each of which there is considerable discussion of nests, behavior, morphological variation, phylogeny, and geographical variation.
The most complete identificaation guide to the wildlife of the Galapagos. Griscom was reputed to be the finest field birder of his era. Both publications, printed in English, are relatively easily obtained in Costa Rica.
Calf-backed boards with four raised ridges, gilt lettering and blind-stamped designs on spine. The section on distribution is appropriately detailed. Published on behalf of S. It is clear that Dawson intended the present volumes to be not only scientifically comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date, but also sumptuous and aesthetically appealing.
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Howell, S. In the present work, he provides definitions for the various genera and, for each species, presents synonymy, description, and, where feasible and applicable, information concerning nidification, eggs, food and habits.
Also contains uncolored text distribution maps The Daniell family not only created their images, they did their own aquatint engraving.
Of course, the first printing of sold out immediately and the rest is history. Plates and letter-press included in pagination. I think I've most every field guide published for N. Contains; plates by Gilbert, Ornithological gazetteer of Argentina book, two full-pageSutton 4 and Reid Henry 1so Ornithological gazetteer of Argentina book in list and on facing page of running text, printed on one side only but with both sides of leaf included in pagination; uncolored text figuresincluding line drawings, half-tone drawings and photographs; 20 uncolored, unnumbered vignettes including three full page for section title pages; Ornithological gazetteer of Argentina book maps Late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries: Nomenclatural chaos During the later part of the nineteenth and the early part of the twentieth centuries, the intensification of field activity resulted in large collections pouring into European and North American private collections and public museums.
Provenance History of a particular copy of a book. Dawson experimented with colored plates in his antecedent Birds of Ohio but the color half-tone photographs he chose were not produced specifically for the book and had already been published elsewhere.
Recoding work is accomplishments of 10 years strenuous efforts. While this makes it impossible to read all of the pages, it also indicates a probability that the text block has not been altered since leaving the printer. Colored endpaper maps.
Original printed colored pictorial card covers. Sometimes refers to a volume given by a notable donor. List of bird species, incl.Recent Ornithological Literature strives for comprehensive coverage of the world's periodical literature of interest to persons studying wild birds.
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