Guide to HANZAB volumes

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Subject: Guide to HANZAB volumes
From: "Philip Veerman" <>
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2014 10:15:26 +1100
I often refer to HANZAB but frequently take the wrong one of the shelf
first. With the plastic covers they stick together and eventually that
creates excess use. Yes I know bird groups well but tend to forget the
sequence (which is after all largely arbitrary in terms of arranging orders
and some families mainly within the Passeriformes) in a linear sequence. The
spine says bird groups X to Y as end points but those in between those X & Y
groups can be hard to recall. I haven't found in HANZAB and wonder if
someone has done a one page list of the main groups (e.g. families) as
listed in each volume, that I can copy and tape on my bookshelf?


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