Journal abbreviation "Bijgr. Dierk." - what is it?

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Subject: Journal abbreviation "Bijgr. Dierk." - what is it?
From: "Lawrie Conole" <>
Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2003 15:33:49 +1100
This is the kind of question that John Penhallurick might be able to
answer, but all takers are most welcome.

I'm looking for the full name of what I think is probably a Netherlands
(Dutch) biogeography journal, which has the abbreviated form "Bijgr.
Dierk.".  Can anyone tell me what the un-abbreviated form of this is?
Where to get hold of it is another matter ..... but I'm looking for a
copy of this paper:

Voous, K.H. & van Marle, J.G. (1949). The distributional history of
_Coracina_ in the Indo-Australian Archipelago.  Bijgr. Dierk. 28:



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