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Grasswrens Australian Outback Identities

Monograph
By: Andrew Black(Author), Peter Gower(Author)
153 pages, 100+ colour photos, colour distribution maps
Publisher: Axiom Publishing
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Contains over 100 stunning photographs of all 11 species and 14 subspecies of Australian grasswren, a passerine bird species, currently recognised. Provides a natural history of grasswrens in Australia followed by details of each species.

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Monograph
By: Andrew Black(Author), Peter Gower(Author)
153 pages, 100+ colour photos, colour distribution maps
Publisher: Axiom Publishing
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