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Explanatory text to S.R. Urbino's charts of the animal kingdom. Rev. and cor. by Samuel Kneeland ...

Main Author: Schubert, Gotthilf Heinrich von, 1780-1860.
Related Names: Schubert, Gotthilf Heinrich von 1780-1860., Urbino, S.R. , pub., Kneeland, Samuel 1821-1888, ed.
Language(s): English
Published: Boston, Urbino, 1869.
Subjects: Zoology > Pictorial works
Note: In three parts, the last two with special title-pages.
Accompanied by "Atlas of the Natural history of the animal kingdom...90 plates with 696 illustrations, 3d ed." (3pt. in 1 v. 90 col. pl. (double) 33 cm.) Published: Boston, Urbino, 1869.
Based on the author's Lehrbuch der Naturgeschichte.
On cover: By Dr. J. [1] H. von Schubert.
Physical Description: vi p., 1 L., 158 p. 19 1/2 cm.
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