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By: CS Roselaar
240 pages, 144 maps
Turkey is a key area for the study of geographical variation in West Palearctic birds, because species and subspecies from five distinct biomes meet here, yet to date very little has been published on bird distribution in the country. This book provides detailed data on passerine distribution in Turkey, including characteristics and measurements of all subspecies, and compares it with similar data from other countries in the Middle-East and south-east Europe.
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