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Natural history reports.

British Antarctic ("Terra Nova") Expedition (1910-1913)

Natural history reports.

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Published by British Museum (Natural History) in London .
Written in English

  • Zoology.,
  • Natural history.,
  • Fishes.,
  • Tunicata.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsRegan, C. Tate b. 1878., Levick, G. Murray b. 1876, Lillie, D. G., Harmer, S. F. Sir, 1862-, Baylis, H. A. 1889-, Leiper, R. T., Atkinson, E. L., Smith, E. A. 1847-1916., Borradaile, L. A. 1872-1945., Massy, Anne L., Jackson, J. Wilfrid., Burne, R. H., Harding, W. A., Calman, W. T., Hogg, H. R., Barney, R. W., Tattersall, Walter Medley, 1882-1943, Carpenter, George Herbert, 1865-1939, Waterston, James., Bell, F. J. 1855-1924., Ridewood, William George., MacBride, E. W. 1866-1940, Norman, J. R. 1898-1944, Lowe, Percy Roycroft, b. 1870., Kinnear, Norman B., Garstang, Walter, 1868-1949., Parsons, C. W., Georgeson, Elizabeth., Stephenson, Thomas Alan., Matthai, George., Totton, A. Knyvett., Gardiner, John Stanley, 1872-1946, Woodcock, H. M., Lodge, Oliver, Sir, 1851-1940., Heron-Allen, Edward, 1861-1943., Earland, Arthur., Dendy, Arthur, 1865-1925, Burton, Maurice, 1898-, Eales, Nellie B., Benham, William B., Burfield, S. T., Odhner, Nils Hj. b. 1884., Gurney, Robert., Farran, G. P., Barnard, K. H. b. 1887., British Museum (Natural History)
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