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Anatomy of domestic animals. Volume V. Anatomy of birds


, : Anatomy of domestic animals. Volume V. Anatomy of birds. Lehrbuch der Anatomie der Haustiere Band V Anatomie der Vogel (Ed. 2): xvi + 446 pp.

The first edition, prepared by Prof. A. Schummer (who died in 1977), was published in 1973, and an English translation followed in 1977. There has been much revision for the present edition, and the range of birds has been extended to include fowls, ducks, geese and pigeons.


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