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Birds of the Southwest Pacific
THE south-west Pacific, that is, the area between Samoa, New Caledonia and Micronesia, is a rich ornithological field, many interesting and varied species of birds being found in it. This little bookExpand
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Sea Birds
Sea BirdsBy Charles Vaucher. Translated by James Hogarth. Pp. 254 (255 photographs). (Edinburgh and London: Oliver and Boyd, Ltd., 1960.) 105s. net.
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Wild Animals in Britain
Wild Animals in BritainMammals, Reptiles and Amphibians. By Oliver G. Pike. Pp. xii + 231 + 8 plates. (London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 1950.) 18s. net.
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The End of the Trail
  • F. Pitt
  • History
  • Nature
  • 1 February 1948
IN this book, Mr. Willoughby P. Lowe gives some account of his work as a collector for the British Museum (Natural History), which has taken him into many far regions of the world. We say "someExpand
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Territory in Bird Life
  • F. Pitt
  • History
  • Nature
  • 16 October 1948
A FRESH edition of Eliot Howard's classic book on “Territory in Bird Life” is indeed welcome, for it has long been difficult to obtain a copy of a work that every ornithologist should read. PublishedExpand
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The Ufaw Handbook on the Care and Management of Laboratory Animals: With an Appendix on Statistical Analysis
SCIENCE owes much to animals employed in laboratories. Guinea pigs, rats, mice, ferrets, etc., have helped greatly in many a valuable research. The care of such animals is important, both from theExpand
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Bird Haunts in Northern Britain
THERE is a special fascination and charm about the birds of the northern parts of British Isles. The very names, 'whimbrel', 'black-throated diver', 'greenshank', and so on, seem to have a peculiarExpand
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Observations on Bird Behaviour
  • F. Pitt
  • History
  • Nature
  • 1 December 1944
WITH regard to the cock house-sparrow reported in Nature of May 6, 1944, as continually attacking its own reflexion in a glass window, a peacock of mine was a great nuisance because he would fightExpand
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The Course of Nature
Abstract“THROUGH the Year from the Pages of The Times” is the sub-title of “The Course of Nature” by W. Kay Robinson, well known as a sound field naturalist and an able writer, with a pen in the trueExpand
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Sex difference in susceptibility of mice to pneumococcus
L'injection deDiplococcus pneumoniae (type 12) par voie intrapéritonéale à des souris albinos provoque un taux de mortalité significativement plus élevé chez les mâles que chez les femelles. Ce faitExpand
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