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Birds of Africa and Asia

Nature volume 127, pages 355356 (07 March 1931) | Download Citation



THE titles above are evidence of the progress being made towards a conspectus of the world?s avifauna. For one country or region after another, books are steadily appearing which collate, for their respective areas, information which was previously either unavailable or else widely scattered in the ornithological journals: in some cases they break fresh ground, while in others they replace older works now out-of-date. The particular volumes here to be discussed range from Africa to the Far East.

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