London: Chapman and Hall, 1971. Octavo, text illustrations, paperback.
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Vista. Ibis, 1992. Octavo, paperback. Supplement No. 2 (10 loose pages) is available free with Supplement No. 1.
London: British Museum, 1953. Octavo, binder's cloth, signature.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, (1991. third edition). Octavo, illustrations, fine copy in dustwrapper.
Eastbourne: Aves Press, (2013. fourth edition). Quarto, laminated boards, CD-ROM, WAS $130. Revised extensively with additional new features, this edition has been updated to reflect the considerable change in our understanding of the evolution of birds derived from the study of their DNA over the past decade. This has resulted...
Princeton: Princeton University Press, (2003. third edition). Quarto, dustwrapper. Five regional consultants have assisted with a thorough and rigorous reassessment of all taxonomic data, making this an accurate and comprehensive checklist. Introductory sections include a discussion of the relative attributes of the biological species concept and the phylogenetic species concept...
Eastbourne: Aves Press, 2011. Quarto, laminated boards, CD-ROM, black and white photographs. Scientific names are vital to communicate clearly and efficiently about the amazing life around us. This is the first book to explain the importance of priority in relation to names in ornithology. Backgrounds are provided on the International...
Liege: Tauraco, 1993. Octavo, 387 pp., softcover.
Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, 1987. Octavo, paperback, illustrations.
Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service, 1993. Quarto, text illustrations, slightly sunned dustwrapper. The morphology and physiology, natural history, biogeography and phylogeny, and economic significance are described for each order and family. Keys to each family and its genera are included.
Melbourne: Lansdowne, 1975. Quarto, colour photographs, very good copy in dustwrapper.
London: Edward Arnold, 1982. Octavo, softcover, text illustrations. Studies in Biology Number 143.
London: Chapman and Hall, [c.1990]. Octavo, fine set in dustwrappers. This dictionary contains, in more than 12,000 separate entries, about 150,000 names of animals occurring in the area of zoogeographical Europe. All headwords are in Latin, arranged alphabetically; they are followed by their equivalents in German, English, French, Hungarian, Spanish and Russian.
New York: McGraw Hill, 1990. Large octavo, colour photographs, fine set in dustwrappers.
Chicago: Chicago Natural History Museum, 1965. Octavo, text illustrations. modern, quarter morocco, wrappers retained, a fine copy. Fieldiana Zoology Volume 49.
Sandy: Oriental Bird Club, 1996. Octavo, a fine paperback copy. All 2,586 species recorded in the Oriental region are listed, with relevant taxonomic information and alternative names. Covers the region from Pakistan to China, and south to Wallacea.
Sandy: Oriental Bird Club, 1996. Octavo, as new paperback copy. All 2,586 species recorded in the Oriental region are listed, with relevant taxonomic information and alternative names. Covers the region from Pakistan to China, and south to Wallacea.
Cambridge MA: Belknap Press, 1970. Octavo, text illustrations, signature, fine copy in dustwrapper.
Cambridge MA: Belknap Press, 1970. Octavo, maps, diagrams, signature, dustwrapper.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993. Large octavo, paperback. A checklist of 9,702 species of birds based on the authors' 1990 book Distribution and taxonomy of birds of the world and its 1993 Supplement. Also available in hardcover [stock id 786].
London: British Museum (Natural History), 1934. Quarto, text illustrations, library stamp on title page otherwise a fine copy.
Cambridge MA: Museum of Comparative Zoology, 1967. Octavo,
Cambridge MA: Museum of Comparative Zoology, 1940-1987. Octavo, publisher's cloth binding, some minor wear. Lacks volumes three and six, volume one is the second edition and some other volumes are reprints.
London: Longmans, 1961. Octavo, slightly chipped dustwrapper, inscription.
Sydney: The Macleay Museum, 1978. Octavo, text illustrations, softcover.