COMMENTS: index, bibliography, glossary, 2 appendix, hundreds photographs (most coloUr), distribution maps. Provides a complete identification keys to the entire Australian herpetofauna. These keys together with hundreds of photographs of living frogs and reptiles, hundreds of distribution maps, line drawings, definitive text and selected references provide a unique and comprehensive guide.
Dr. Alexander Garden Of Charles Town. Edmund Berkeley and Dorothy Smith Berkeley. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1969. 9 x 6. 379 pages. This is a nice clean copy, just with a signature at the top of the front endpaper.
The dust jacket carries various signs of age and use, it is chipped, torn, stained and marked. What Bird is That?. The corners & edges of the boards are slightly bumped from shelf wear with moderate wearing to the cover.
All pages, covers & spine intact. Wear and tears to dust jacket. Pages clean no inscriptions Overall good vintage condition Please check all the photographs If you have any questions please check prior to your bidding Will wrap securely and mail standard post with tracking Thank you
Blandford Press, London England, 1971. Hard Cover. H.J.Slijper (illustrator). New Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 144 pages.with index,colour and b/w. illus cut out ffep.,otherwise an excellent clean copy.
Hardcover book with dust jacket by DAVID ATTENBOROUGH. This book includes both the 'ZOO QUEST FOR A DRAGON' and also 'QUEST FOR THE PARADISE BIRDS'. Includes some pages with black and white photographs.
By J. Hope Macpherson (Curator of Molluscs, National Museum of Victoria) and C.J. Gabriel (Honorary Associate in Conchology, National Museum of Victoria). Covers all the common species of Victorian [Australian] shells, together with their range and distribution.
The first edition of Bill Harney's Tales from the Aborigines, Robert Hale London 1959.
Hardback book in good condition, inside cover page torn and removed, foxing on early pages and exterior of text block. Dustjacket in very good condition, clipped, small tears and corner chips
The Living Planet: A Portrait of the Earth. by Sir David Attenborough. ATTRIBUTES - signed by attenborough. Signed by author (no dedication). the dj is not clipped. pages are clean, no marks or highlights.
Pocket edition (translated into English by Alfred Sutro) in good condition; 356 pages. Dust cover torn on back and lower end of spine; cover and spine has gilt lettering in VG condition. Covers slightly edgeworn.