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A Pictorial Guide To The Birds Of The Indian Subcontinent

@inproceedings{Ali1983APG,
  title={A Pictorial Guide To The Birds Of The Indian Subcontinent},
  author={S{\'a}lim Ali and Sidney Dillon Ripley and Jan Dick},
  year={1983}
}
This unique volume depicts all of the bird species in the Indian subcontinent, systematically organized for easy access and quick reference. The book includes 106 plates, 73 in full color by John Henry Dick, the distinguished illustrator. Concise information concerning status, size, habitat, and distribution of the birds is included. The book also features a "Systematic Index of Families and Species" with notes on the characteristics of each family. The volume will be of use to all those… 
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