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" Sclater takes what seems to be quite the most reasonable view, when he states that they " are all very closely related to one another, and, in reality, form little more than one group, equivalent to other socalled families of birds... "
Bulletin of the Nuttall Ornithological Club - Page 33
by Nuttall Ornithological Club - 1881
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., 18. köide

1888
...Otcinet, Mr Sclater takes what seems to be quite the most reasonable view, when he states that they " are all very closely related to one another, and,...group, equivalent to other socalled families of birds," going on to remark that as there are some 4700 known species of them " it is absolutely necessary to...
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A Dictionary of Birds, 3–4. osa

Alfred Newton - 1894 - 1212 lehte
...normales or Oscines, Mr. Sclater takes what seems to be the only reasonable view, when he states that they "are all very closely related to one another, and,...equivalent to other so-called families of birds," going on to remark that as there are some 4700 known species of them "it is absolutely necessary to...
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