new race of crow, Correus enca, from the Philippines
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new race of crow, Correus enca, from the Philippines by Rand, Austin Loomer

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Published by Chicago Natural History Museum in [Chicago] .
Written in English


  • Crows.,
  • Birds -- Philippines

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Edition Notes

StatementAustin L. Rand and Dioscoro S. Rabor.
SeriesFieldiana -- v. 39, no. 52, [Publication] -- no. 927, Publication (Chicago Natural History Museum) -- no. 927
ContributionsRabor, Dioscoro S.
LC ClassificationsQL1 .F4 vol. 39, no. 52
The Physical Object
Pagination577-579 p. ;
Number of Pages579
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18921257M

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