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APA Citation

Murray, J. A. (188790). The avifauna of British India and its dependencies: a systematic account, with descriptions of all the known species of birds inhabiting British India, observations on their habits, nidification, &c., tables of their geographical distribution in Persia, Beloochistan, Afghanistan, Sind, Punjab, N.W. Provinces, and the peninsula of India generally, with woodcuts, lithographs, and coloured illustrations. London: Richardson.

MLA Citation

Murray, James A. The Avifauna of British India And Its Dependencies: a Systematic Account, With Descriptions of All the Known Species of Birds Inhabiting British India, Observations On Their Habits, Nidification, &c., Tables of Their Geographical Distribution In Persia, Beloochistan, Afghanistan, Sind, Punjab, N.W. Provinces, And the Peninsula of India Generally, With Woodcuts, Lithographs, And Coloured Illustrations. London: Richardson, 188790.

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