2 edition of Notes on Cerchneis vespertina and C. amurensis found in the catalog.
Notes on Cerchneis vespertina and C. amurensis
Richard Bowdler Sharpe
|Statement||by R. Bowdler Sharpe.|
|Series||Miscellanea ornithologica -- v. 21|
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[=Cerchneis vespertinus Lin.] in italics in his Notes on Cerchneis vespertina and C. amurensis book (sensu lato) Ventral, lateral, and dorsal views of Biddulph’s Falco vespertinus specimen from Gilgit (NHMUK ). Note that the ventral surface seemingly has some staining on it.
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