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" These nests were formed of dead grass and parts of bushes, sunk a slight depth into two parallel furrows in sandy soil, and then nicely arched above. But the most remarkable fact connected with them was, that they were always full of broken shells, Ihrge... "
Handbook to The Birds of Australia - Seite 453
von John Gould - 1865
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Journals of Two Expeditions of Discovery in North-west and Western ..., Band 1

Sir George Grey - 1841 - 412 Seiten
...that it is the " run" or playing ground of the bird be has named Chalmydera nuchalis. . These nests were formed of dead grass, and parts of bushes, sunk a slight depth into two parallel fur246 EMUS, ALLIGATORS, TURTLES. rows, in sandy soil, and then nicely arched above. But the most remarkable...
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1842
...without direct evidence. These bowers, he states, were formed of dead grass and parts of bushes, and sunk a slight depth into two parallel furrows, in sandy soil, and were nicely arched above ; but the most remarkable fact connected with them was, that they were always...
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Leaves from the note book of a naturalist

William John Broderip - 1852
...the inclination of his mind being, that their construction was due to the four-footed animal. They were formed of dead grass and parts of bushes, sunk...depth into two parallel furrows, in sandy soil, and were nicely arched above ; they were always full of broken sea-shells, large heaps of which also protruded...
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The Ladies' Repository, Band 20

1852
...the inclination of his mind being, that their construction was due to the four-footed animal. They were formed of dead grass and parts of bushes, sunk...depth into two parallel furrows, in sandy soil, and were nicely arched above ; they were always full of broken sea-shells, large heaps of which also protruded...
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Annals & Magazine of Natural History

1863
...No. 70, May 1862. the run or playing-ground of the bird he has named Chlamydera nuchalis. These nests were formed of dead grass and parts of bushes, sunk...with them was, that they were always full of broken shells, large heaps of which protruded from each extremity of the nest ; these were invariably sea-shells....
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The History of Discovery in Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand ..., Band 1

William Howitt - 1865 - 461 Seiten
...but he could not sight it. Amongst the great variety of birds he noticed the singular nest of one, formed of dead grass, and parts of bushes sunk a slight depth into the ground in two parallel lines, and then nicely arched above, resembling a miniature hut of a native....
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The Fine Arts

Gerard Baldwin Brown - 1891 - 321 Seiten
...taste are lavished on the work. Sometimes foundations are laid in the ground, and the structures are ' formed of dead grass and parts of bushes, sunk a slight...furrows in sandy soil, and then nicely arched above ; ' 2 at other times there is a base consisting of ' an extensive and rather convex platform of sticks...
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The Fine Arts

Gerard Baldwin Brown - 1891 - 321 Seiten
...taste are lavished on the work. Sometimes foundations are laid in the ground, and the structures are 'formed of dead grass and parts of bushes, sunk a...parallel furrows in sandy soil, and then nicely arched above;'2 at other times there is a base consisting of 'an extensive and rather convex platform of sticks...
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Proceedings of the Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, Band 14

Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh - 1902
...seven miles from it, I once conceived must belong to a kangaroo, until I was informed that it was a run or playing-place of a species of Chlamydodera....parts of bushes, sunk a slight depth into two parallel furrosvs in sandy soil, and then nicely arched above. But the most remarkable fact connected with them...
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Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London (1832)., Band 30

1862
...me that it is the run or playing-ground of the bird he has named Chlamydera n nfhal is. These nests were formed of dead grass and parts of bushes, sunk...with them was, that they were always full of broken shells, Ihrge heaps of which protruded from each extremity of the nest ; these were invariably sea-shells....
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