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A Guide to Rosellas & Their Mutations by Russell Pringle

A Guide to Rosellas and their Mutations

He is one of the growing number of 'modern' aviculturists who have embraced the internet and participates in international forums. From United Kingdom to U. About this Item: 0-9587455-5-2 Australian Birdkeeper, South Tweed Heads, 1992 ;; In-8 Carré, Broché. This title provides extensive genetic details on primary and combination Rosella mutations bred worldwide. Biography Dr Alain Campagne has been keeping birds since the 1970s and since 2000 has been seriously involved in the breeding of Neophema and Neopsephotus species.

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A Guide to Rosellas and their Mutations

A Guide to Rosellas and their Mutations

Contents include taxonomy, general management, housing, feeding, nutritional requirements, breeding and health and diseases. Eastern Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Blue-cheeked Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Pale-headed Rosellas Primary Colour Mutations Northern Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Western Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Crimson Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Yellow Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Adelaide Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Green Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Muations. Eastern Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Blue-cheeked Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Pale-headed Rosellas Primary Colour Mutations Northern Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Western Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Crimson Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Yellow Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Adelaide Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Green Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Muations Additional Recommended Titles. Pages and cover are clean and intact. There are extensive Genetic details on Primary and Combination Mutations bred worldwide.

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Rosellas and Their Mutations

A Guide to Rosellas and their Mutations

Covers general management, feeding, breeding, health and diseases, and extensive genetic details on primary and combination mutations bred worldwide. Contents include taxonomy, general management, housing, feeding, nutritional requ. This title provides extensive genetic details on primary and combination Rosella mutations bred worldwide. Items are in stock and will be shipped same day or next business day directly from our Australian address. About this Item: Australian Birdkeeper, New South Wales, Australia, 1992. From United Kingdom to U.

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Rosellas And Their Mutations

A Guide to Rosellas and their Mutations

Product Description The 216 pages include 455 colour photographs of Rosella Mutations. Regarded as the definitive title on parrot genetics. Seller will adjust these charges to reflect more realistic prices at time of processing. Species chapters include Eastern Rosella, Blue-cheeked and Pale-headed Rosella, Northern Rosella, Western Rosella, Crimson Rosella, Yellow Rosella, Adelaide Rosella and Green Rosella. Divided into three basic sections—primary mutations, combinations of mutations, and technical detail. Please click button to get rosellas and their mutations book now.

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A Guide to Rosellas & Their Mutations by Russell Pringle

A Guide to Rosellas and their Mutations

Topics include General Management, Feeding, Breeding and Health and Disease. Contents include taxonomy, general management, housing, feeding, nut. From United Kingdom to U. Covers general management, feeding, breeding, health and diseases, and extensive genetic details on primary and combination mutations bred worldwide. Contents include taxonomy, general management, housing, feeding, nutritional requirements, breeding and health and diseases. All chapters include species descriptions and information on 'in the wild', 'in captivity', 'status', housing and breeding.

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A Guide to Rosellas & Their Mutations

A Guide to Rosellas and their Mutations

. This title provides extensive genetic details on primary and combination Rosella mutations bred worldwide. From the publisher This 216-page title boasts 455 colour photographs on Rosellas from around the world. All chapters include species descriptions and information on 'in the wild', 'in captivity', 'status', housing and breeding. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. All chapters include species descriptions and information on 'in the wild', 'in captivity', 'status', housing and breeding.

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A Guide to rosellas and their mutations. (Book, 1990) [tinnitusarchive.org]

A Guide to Rosellas and their Mutations

This title provides extensive genetic details on primary and combination Rosella mutations bred worldwide. From United Kingdom to U. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Eastern Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Blue-cheeked Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Pale-headed Rosellas Primary Colour Mutations Northern Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Western Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Crimson Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Yellow Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Adelaide Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Mutations Green Rosella Primary Colour Mutations Combinations of Muations. These global discussions have evolved and expanded with the internet and have been the impetus for the universal naming system for parrot mutations now in widespread use around the world. Includes two Glossaries of Terms used. Chapter on health and diseases written by an avian veterinarian.

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A Guide to Rosellas and their Mutations

A Guide to Rosellas and their Mutations

Product Description The 216 pages include 455 colour photographs of Rosella Mutations. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Contents include taxonomy, general management, housing, feeding, nut. This title provides extensive genetic details on primary and combination Rosella mutations bred worldwide. Published six times a year, British Wildlife bridges the gap between popular writing and scientific literature through a combination of long-form articles, regular columns and reports, book reviews and letters. Australian Birdkeeper, New South Wales, Australia, 1992. Contents include taxonomy, general management, housing, feeding, nutritional requirements, breeding and health and diseases.

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