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Orders and Families of the Birds of the World Poster

colour illustrations, dimensions 48 × 93.3 cm (W × H)
Manufacturer: Lynx Edicions
Orders and Families of the Birds of the World Poster
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Orders and Families of the Birds of the World Poster

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A completely updated phylogenetic tree, incorporating the most recent molecular studies that have revolutionized our understanding of the relationships between and among the orders and families of the world’s birds. This poster is based on the classification presented in Bird Families of the World and the HBW and BirdLife International Illustrated Checklist of the Birds of the World, with several updates. The legend at the bottom of the poster gives the scientific and vernacular names of each family, and the number of species each contains.

Essential for understanding the current macrosystematics of the Class Aves.

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colour illustrations, dimensions 48 × 93.3 cm (W × H)
Manufacturer: Lynx Edicions
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