Berkhamsted: Poyser, 1974. Octavo, text illustrations, fine copy in dustwrapper.
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Delhi: Oxford University Press, (1983. first edition). Folio, 104 colour plates, very good copy in dustwrapper. First published in ten volumes (1968 to 1975) by Oxford University Press.
Delhi: Oxford University Press, (1978-1987. second edition). Octavo, first five volumes of this set, dustwrappers, colour plates, fine set.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, (1988. reprint). Octavo, paperback, illustrations.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999. Octavo, laminated boards, colour photographs, other illustrations. A review of the current status of the country's estuarine research and management. Information is provided on a wide range of topics, including geological, physical and chemical processes, diversity and productivity of plant and animal communities, interactions between...
London: Harper Collins Publishers, 2010. Octavo, colour and black and white photographs, fine copy in dustwrapper. New Naturalist 112. Natural history, perhaps more than any other pursuit or study, has always relied very heavily on books to help it develop and gain momentum. Without a way of defining and categorizing...
London: Allen Lane. 1976. Octavo, photographs, illustrations, dustwrapper.
London: Hutchinson, 1969. text illustrations, owner's stamp and bookplate, dustwrapper.
London: Thames and Hudson, 1962. Quarto, colour photographs, fine copy in dustwrapper.
London: Thames and Hudson, 1962. Quarto, colour photographs, lacks dustwrapper.
London: John Murray, 1960. Octavo, photographs,very good copy in like dustwrapper.
Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press, 1980. Octavo, illustrations, signature, paperback. When originally released in 1980 this book transformed the study of maternal primate relationships by focusing on motherhood and infancy within a complex ecological and sociological context. This paperback edition has a new foreword by the author.
Lawrence, Kansas: American Ornithologists Union, (1983. sixth edition). Octavo, maps, a fine copy.
Place of publication unknown: American Ornithologists Union, (1910. third revised edition). Quarto, publisher's cloth, library stamps of the Raou, bumped corners, cracked hinge. Working copy.
Washington DC: The united States Army Research and Development Team, (1961. first edition). Quarto, illustrations, publisher's cloth, signature.
London: Tryon Gallery, 1979. Folio, 14 colour plates. Publisher's blue quarter calf and marbled boards, slipcase. Limited to 505 copies.
Auckland: Whitcombe and Tombs, 1926. Octavo, photographs. Publisher's cloth, numbered subscriber's copy signed by the author, library stamp and library pocket, a very good copy, scarce.
Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1965. Octavo, illustrations. Near fine copy in slightly sunned dustwrapper.
Lawrence: University of Kansas, 1959. Octavo, wrappers, text illustrations. University of Kansas Publications, volume nine, number 17.
London: The Royal Society, 1960. Octavo, photographs, signature, very good copy in dustwrapper. Includes a pamphlet on the Society's Portraits and Busts by Gillian Hammill (reprinted from the Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, Vol. 24, No. 1, June 1969).
London: British Museum (Natural History), 1900. Octavo, one map, 7 chromolithographs (four birds by Keulemans, three mammals by Smit) and 15 uncoloured lithographs. Publisher's brown cloth, British Museum presentation bookplate, a fine crisp copy, very scarce in this condition. Wood p. 193.
Auckland: Century Hutchinson, 1986. Quarto, colour plates, fine copy in dustwrapper.
Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1988. Quarto, text illustrations, maps, fine copy.
Rickmansworth: Evans Mitchell Books, 2009. Octavo, paperback, colour photographs. Wildlife Monographs, a series of fabulous, full-colour books led by stunning photographic images with fresh, informative and vivid new text charting our favourite wild animals on their home terrain. Japan's sole monkey - the Japanese macaque - lives both in subtropical...
Amsterdam: Junk, 1973. Quarto, uncoloured illustrations.