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Records of the South Australian Museum Volume 14 No 1 1961 by  Norman (Editor) Tindale - Paperback - 1st thus - 1961 - from Adelaide Booksellers and Biblio.co.uk

Records of the South Australian Museum Volume 14 No 1 1961

by Tindale, Norman (Editor)

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Adelaide: South Australia Museum. 1961. Small Quarto Size [approx 17.5cm x 24cm].. Very Good condition. Slight age discolouration to spine & covers. Illustrated with Black & White Photographs and Drawings/Diagrams. Original contents bound in facsimile covers. Contains articles on Aboriginal Hammer-stones of South Australia; Acarina fauna of leaf litter and moss in Australia; Central Australian mammals - and more. . 1st thus. Softcover.


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