Literature

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1938A Laboratory Study of Pellet Formation in the Short-eared Owl (Asio flammeus). By DENNIS CHITTY (Bureau of Animal Population, Department of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy, University Museum, Oxford)*
1938Observations on the Purple Sandpiper in North East Land. By DAVID B. KEITH
1912Experimental Pheasant-breeding
1912A First Account of the courtship of the Redshank (Totannns calidris L.)
1897The Secretary. Remarks on the Glossy ibises living in the Society's Menagerie
1854Notice of a New Indian Swallow. By Frederic Moore, Assist. East Ind. Comp. Museum.
Forbes,, W. A.1881Note on Mr. Bartlett's Communication on the Habits of the Darter.
Ardran, GM, KEMP, FH, Ride, WDL1958A RADIOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF MASTICATION AND SWALLOWING IN THE DOMESTIC RABBIT: ORYCTOLAGUS CUNICULUS (L)
Bahr, PH1907On the “Bleating” or “Drumming” of the Snipe (Gallinago cœlestis)
Bartlett, AD1881Remarks upon the Habits of the Darter (Ploius anhinga).
Beddard, FE1902On some Anatomical Differences between the Common Snipe (Gallinago cœlestis) and the Jack Snipe (Gallinago yallinula)
Beddard, FE1898On the Anatomy of an Australian Cuckoo, Scythrops novæ-hollandiæ1
Beddard, FE18963. Contributions to the Anatomy of Picarian Birds.— Part III. On some Points in the Anatomy of the Kingfishers
Beddard, FE18925. Notes on the Anatomy and Osteology o f the Indian Darter (Plotus melanogaster).
Beddard, PE18851. On the Structural Characters and Classification of the Cuckoos.
Blaauw, FE1899On the Breeding of the Weka Rail and Snow-Goose in Captivity
Boulenger, GA1889Second Account of the Fishes obtained by Surgeon-Major A. S. G. Jayakar at Muscat, East Coast of Arabia1
Boulenger, GA1887An Account of the Fishes obtained by Surgeon-Major A. S. G. Jayakar at Muscat, East Coast of Arabia
Budd, GM1962POPULATION STUDIES IN ROOKERIES OF THE EMPEROR PENGUIN APTENODYTES FORSTERI
Carpenter, KE1940The Feeding of Salmon Parr in the Cheshire Dee
Coles, C193721. Some Observations on the Habits of the Brush Turkey (Alectura lathami)
Cott, HB1951The palatability of the eggs of birds: illustrated by experiments on the food preferences of the Hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus).
Cott, HB193225. The Zoological Society's Expedition to the Zambesi, 1927: No. 4. On the Ecology of Tree-Frogs in the Lower Zambesi Valley, with special reference to Predatory Habits considered in relation to the Theory of Warning Colours and Mimicry.
Crombie, AC1944The Effect of Crowding upon the Natality of Grain-infesting Insects.
Crowcroft, P, Rowe, FP1961THE WEIGHTS OF WILD HOUSE MICE (MUS MUSCULUS L.) LIVING IN CONFINED COLONIES
Dakin, WJ, Hamilton, MA1928Notes on a naturally occurring Abnormality in the Domestic Fowl associated with enlarged Suprarenal Glands.
DISNEY, HJDES, Lofts, B, Marshall, AJ1961AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE INTERNAL RHYTHM OF REPRODUCTION IN THE RED-BILLED DIOCH QUELEA QUELEA BY MEANS OF PHOTOSTIMULATION, WITH A NOTE ON MELANISM INDUCED IN CAPTIVITY
DISNEY, HJDES, Marshall, AJ1956A CONTRIBUTION TO THE BREEDING BIOLOGY OF THE WEAVERFINCH QUELEA QUELEA (LINNAEUS) IN EAST AFRICA
DOUGLAS, SR1929Further Results of Col. Wilfrid Ashley's Experiment on Marking Woodcock breeding in the West of Ireland
DOUGLAS, SR1917An Experimental Investigation of the Migration of Woodcock breeding in the West of Ireland.
Dresser, HE18762. Remarks on a Hybrid between the Black Grouse and the Hazel Grouse.
Dresser, HE18768. On a new Species of Broadbilled Sandpiper.
Elliot, W18807. Notes on the Indian Bustard (Eupodotis edwardsi), with especial reference to its Gular Pouch
Evans, AH192211. Notes on the Life-History of Cuculus canorus, with exhibition of eggs
Finsch, O1878On a new Species of Starling.
Flower, WH18658. ON THE GULAR POUCH OF THE GREAT BUSTARD (OTIS TARDA, LINN.)
Forbes, WA1882On some Points in the Anatomy of the Indian Darter (Plotus melanogaster), and on the Mechanism of the Neck in the Darters (Plotus), in connexion with their Habits.
Forbes, WA18805. Note on a Specimen of Denham's Bustard (Eupodotis denhami)
Forbes, WA1878Reports on the Collections of Birds made during the Voyage of H.M.S. ‘Challenger.’—No. VII. On the Birds of Cape York and the neighbouring Islands (Raine, Wednesday, and Booby Islands).
FRIANT, MADELEINE, WOOD-JONES, F1951Le “Vautour des Cavernes” (Gyps fulvus Gm. ssp. spelaeus nov.) de Goyet (Belgique).
Garrod, AH1878Note on Points in the Anatomy of Levaillant's Darter (Plotus levaillanti).
Garrod, AH18761. Notes on the Anatomy of Plotus anhinga.
Garrod, AH1874On the “Showing-off” of the Australian Bustard (Eupodotis australis).
GIRGIS, SABET1964STUDIES ON THE ARTERIES IN THE COMMON NILE TURTLE TBIONYX TRIUNGUIS
Godwin-Austen, HH18796. Note on the Female of Lophophorus sclateri, Jerdon, from Eastern Assam
Gould, J1858On a New Species of Ptarmigan
Hamilton, E18621. On the Assumption of the Male Plumage by the Female of the Common Pheasant.
Harrison, JM193213. A Series of Nineteen Pheasants (Phasianus colchicus L.)*presenting Anomalous Secondary Sexual Characters in association with Changes in the Ovaries
Hartley, PHT1947The Natural History of some British Freshwater Fishes.
Hewson, R1962FOOD AND FEEDING HABITS OF THE MOUNTAIN HARE LEPUS TIMIDUS SCOTICUS, HILZHEIMER

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