Tanimbar Hawk-Owl, ninox forbesi - high resolution image from old book.
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|source info||Published before 1923.
owls-00410 - Tanimbar Hawk-Owl, ninox forbesi.jpg
Proceedings of the general meetings for scientific business of the Zoological Society of London : Zoological Society of London :
Publisher: London : Zoological Society of London
Arthur Hodson Searle (18391914)
Horace Knight (1856-1938)
Keulemans, J. G. (John Gerrard), 1842-1912, ill
Joseph Smit (July 18, 1836 November 4, 1929)
Sowerby, G. B. (George Brettingham), 1812-1884, ill
Purkiss W. ? William Purkiss (1834 - dec. 1898 ?)?
Philibert Charles Berjeau (10 July 1845 1927)
Frederic Moore FZS (13 May 1830 10 May 1907)
Wilson, Edwin, 1855?-1915, ill
Robert Mintern (18401908)
Ogilvie-Grant, William Robert, 1863-1924
Maud Horman-Fisher (Working 1843-66)
Hammond Arthur Rashdall (1842-1921), ill.