Primates comparative anatomy and taxonomy VI Catarrhini Cercopithecoidea cercopithecinae

By: Hill, W.C. Osman

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Primates comparative anatomy and taxonomy VI Catarrhini Cercopithecoidea cercopithecinae by Hill, W.C. Osman
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Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1966. Cloth Bds. Very Good tight bright clean copy. large 8vo. b&w plates/drawings/charts. no dustwrapper Volume VI of WC Osman Hill's monumental study of Primates; this volume commences the treatment of the Old World Simian Primates; Infraorder Catarrhini, superfamily Cercopithecoidea; being Edinburgh University Publications Science and Mathematics No. 3F; illustrated with 48 b&w plates, 2 colour plates, 106 text figures, 19 tables, and 19 distribution maps; this copy has a few very insignificant scratches to boards, o.w. a VG clean copy; please note this is a heavy book and may incur extra postage charges depending on destination.

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