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A Guide to Neophema & Neopsephotus Genera & Their Mutations

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By: Alain Campagne(Author), Christine Leah(Translated by)
222 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour tables
A Guide to Neophema & Neopsephotus Genera & Their Mutations
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  • A Guide to Neophema & Neopsephotus Genera & Their Mutations ISBN: 9780980492415 Paperback Apr 2008 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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General chapters discuss housing, feeding, breeding, as well as the numerous plumage and pigment details on the colours and mutations in these species. Chapter on health and diseases is written by an avian veterinarian. Originally published in French as Les Euphèmes Néophèmes et Néopséphotes, published here in a revised English edition.

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Dr Alain Campagne has been keeping birds since the 1970s and since 2000 has been seriously involved in the breeding of Neophema and Neopsephotus species. He is one of the growing number of 'modern' aviculturists who have embraced the internet and participates in international forums. These global discussions have evolved and expanded with the internet and have been the impetus for the universal naming system for parrot mutations now in widespread use around the world.

Handbook / Manual
By: Alain Campagne(Author), Christine Leah(Translated by)
222 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour tables
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