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 Leach, W.E. (1815) The zoological miscellany; being descriptions of new, or interesting animals. Vol. 2. Covent Garden and London: E. Nodder and Son. 154 pp, Plates 61–120. URL: PDF is 11MB


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2011-03-17 N. Dean Pentcheff Added URL to BHL
2009-08-11 N. Dean Pentcheff Added period after author's middle initial
2009-07-08 N. Dean Pentcheff Fixed page count, added plates
2009-06-18 N. Dean Pentcheff Pages changed to 157, based on De Grave note.

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Reference ID 30677
Reference type book
Authors Leach, W.E.
Publication Year (for display) 1815
Publication Year (for sorting) 1815
Title The zoological miscellany; being descriptions of new, or interesting animals
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Secondary Authors  
Tertiary Title  
Tertiary Authors  
Volume 2
Pages 154
Place published Covent Garden and London
Published E. Nodder and Son
Remarks Date for this volume is 1815 (not 1816) according to De Grave.
Reference Contributor Tag atolla
Last Changed Wed Dec 5 10:57:54 2012

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