Horn Expedition [Summary].Summary Of The Zoological, Botanical And Geological Results Of The Expedition

By: SPENCER, BALDWIN

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N.P. N. D. [Melbourne University ?]. The Horn Expedition of 1894 provided a huge amount of scientific material including support for Sturt that Australia once was once occupied by an Inland Sea or series of Lakes and in connection with several species of fish with "a strong affinity with South America". Professor Spencer provides insight into the possible existence of a cosmopolitan flora in Australia extinct flora and fauna and possible reasos for there demise. . Last page shows map of Australia and Faunal sub regions. lge 8vo; pp. 55, [144-199]; 1 map; stiff printed stapled wrappers; some tears to page edges especially last page; wrappers are faded; a good copy.

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