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Catalogue of Eggs (Aves) in the National Zoological Collection of the Zoological Survey of India Part I

By: Rengasamy Sakthivel(Author), BB Dutta(Author), Asok Kanti Sanyal(Author)
308 pages, 138 colour photos
Catalogue of Eggs (Aves) in the National Zoological Collection of the Zoological Survey of India Part I
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This catalogue lists all the bird eggs deposited at the Zoological Survey of India. Eggs are presented in colour photos in full size.

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By: Rengasamy Sakthivel(Author), BB Dutta(Author), Asok Kanti Sanyal(Author)
308 pages, 138 colour photos
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