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Fauna of Inner Mongolia, Volume 3 [Chinese] Aves Non-passeriformes

Flora / Fauna
Series: Fauna of Inner Mongolia Volume: 3
By: Xurigan
679 pages, B/w illus, tabs, maps
Fauna of Inner Mongolia, Volume 3 [Chinese]
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Language: Chinese with scientific nomenclature

The general introduction includes the species and distribution of non-passeriformes in Inner Mongolia, the environment of the Inner Mongolia, the characteristics of the Avian community, the research result and expectation of Avian in Inner Mongolia, the common terms of Avian body's figure and measurement.

The introduction contains all the non-passeriformes birds so far recorded in Inner Mongolia totaling 240 species, which describes the morphological characteristics and geographical distribution in each order, family and genus, and as to the identification mark of each species, morphology, classification discussion and taxonomic problems of subspecies, ecology, reside pattern, the relation with mankind, status, conservation and geographical distribution were described in detail, as well as the Avian Mongol and English names are recorded. Line drawing and geographical distribution maps also feature in the book.

Contents

1.Gaviiformes
2.Podicipediformes
3.Pelecaniformes
4.Ciconiiformes
5.Anseriformes
6.Falconiformes
7.Galliformes
8.Gruiformes
9.Charadriiformes
10.Pterocliformes
11.Columbiformes
12.Cuculiformes
13.Strigiformes
14.Caprimulgiformes
15.Apodiformes
16.Coraciiformes
17.Upupiformes
18.Piciformes

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Flora / Fauna
Series: Fauna of Inner Mongolia Volume: 3
By: Xurigan
679 pages, B/w illus, tabs, maps
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