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Princeton Illustrated Checklists

Birds of Southern Africa

Birds of Eastern Africa

By Ber Van Perlo

 Published by Princeton University Press

Princeton Illustrated Checklists continue their stellar field guide series with Birds of Southern Africa and Birds of Eastern Africa by Ber Van Perlo. These volumes are the perfect accessory for your travel bag, snuck in with your binoculars as you head to Africa to experience the incredibly wild continent's amazing species of birds. Each volume offers brilliant color plates and cover well over 1000 species each and illustrates the females males and juveniles of each species represented. Brief and accurate descriptions of distinguishing characteristics and habitat are extremely helpful for accurate identification. Birds of Southern Africa and Birds of Eastern Africa by Ber Van Perlo are winning volumes in a great series, compact and accurate which make them the perfect travel editions for your African journey.

 

Birder’s Conservation Handbook

100 North American Birds at Risk

 by Jeffery V. Wells

 Published by Princeton University Press

Birds are natural barometers to the health of ecosystems and their conservation and awareness of their status is vitally important. North America has lost too many species of birds this century and there are many that sit on the brink of extinction, critically endangered. Birder’s Conservation Handbook - 100 North American Birds at Risk by Jeffery V. Wells and published by Princeton University Press is a fantastic effort in chronically these species and highlighting the steps needed to conserve and repair their status.

This book is incredibly well researched and filled with useful and important information that well help raise awareness to the conservation plight of these species as well as help spread information regarding possible solutions to these problems. . Birder’s Conservation Handbook - 100 North American Birds at Risk by Jeffery V. Wells and published by Princeton University Press is an important and timely book and should be in every North American birders home library.

 

National Wildlife Federation

Field Guide to Birds of North America

By Edward S. Brinkley

Published by Sterling Publishing

Wow! I’ve seen all the field guides produced today and very few stop me cold with such a breathless exultation. The National Wildlife Federation - Field Guide to Birds of North America by Edward S. Brinkley and published by Sterling Publishing is the best North American bird guide on the market today. What makes this effort shine is the remarkable photographs that illustrate identification of each individual species of bird, with separate photos for juveniles, non-breeding plumaged birds and other distinctive variations that need spotlighting for i.d. purposes. Each photo includes a text layover of prominent features and other identifying characteristics.  The species profile includes the standard distribution map, size particulars and call and voice descriptions as well as a succinct and accurate paragraph that summarizes the individual bird aptly. One of the great features of The National Wildlife Federation - Field Guide to Birds of North America by Edward S. Brinkley is the section on bird identification and how to become a more successful and accurate birder. The National Wildlife Federation - Field Guide to Birds of North America by Edward S. Brinkley and published by Sterling Publishing is a tremendous field guide and a must have for any birder or wildlife enthusiast. This is the best bird guide available, pick up a copy today.

 

Birds of Europe, Russia, China and Japan

Passerines: Tyrant Flycatchers to Buntings

Written and Illustrated Norman Arlott

Published by Princeton University Press

Naturalists and nature lovers are avid travelers and one thing that they must tuck into their travel bag is an accurate field guide to the areas they are going to visit. Birdwatchers can be insatiable when it comes to finding no species throughout the world and Princeton University Press’ Illustrated Checklists are brilliant guides for the field abroad. Birds of Europe, Russia, China and Japan - Passerines: Tyrant Flycatchers to Buntings Written and Illustrated Norman Arlott is an fantastic guide to the eastern regions of the globe.  guide for trips to the far east. This guide offers illustrated color plates covering 1800 species featuring Norman Arlott’s fantastic artwork as well as distribution maps and accurate and concise field descriptions. Compact to easily fit into one’s pocket or backpack. The only nit I can find with this production is the omission of some of the endemic species of Taiwan, which technically is part of China. Birds of Europe, Russia, China and Japan - Passerines: Tyrant Flycatchers to Buntings Written and Illustrated Norman Arlott and published by Princeton University Press is a excellent reference to Palearctic birds and an essential addition to your travel equipment.

Raptors of Western North America: The Wheeler Guides & Raptors of Eastern North America:The Wheeler Guides

by Brian K.Wheeler

Published by Princeton University Press

Raptors are incredible creatures and as a photographer I will have to admit that they are probably my favorite bird to photograph. They are regal and wild, ferocious and beautiful. The one point of trouble in watching or photography raptors is that they can be incredibly difficult to identify at times. The key to solving this problem lies in acquiring a good reference guide and now on available are a pair of field guides that are by far the best raptor guides on the market.  Raptors of Western North America & Raptors of Eastern North America – The Wheeler Guides by Brian K.Wheeler and published by Princeton University Press are simply masterful. They offer hundreds of brilliant, sharp and descriptive photos, detailed status and distribution, species traits, descriptions and much, much more. The species accounts are incredibly informative and exhaustedly researched and compiled by Brian K.Wheeler who is an incredibly talented photographer as well. Raptors of Western North America & Raptors of Eastern North America – The Wheeler Guides by Brian K.Wheeler and published by Princeton University Press are the best raptor guides period and are a must have for any nature lovers library.

 

Princeton Field Guides - Albatrosses, Petrels & Shearwaters of the World

 By Derek Onley and Paul Scofield

Published by Princeton University Press

Many species of seabirds can be difficult to find and even harder to identify. They spend the majority of their times far out at sea, on the open ocean and rarely near land. Princeton Field Guides - Albatrosses, Petrels & Shearwaters of the World by Derek Onley and Paul Scofield and published by Princeton University Press is the premier book on these seabirds. Every species is presented with full color descriptive illustration plates as well as detailed information on distribution, behaviour, plumage and identification. This informative book offers a comprehensive overview on Albatrosses, Petrels & Shearwaters covering the four families their characteristics and taxonomic relationships, how to identify these birds and conservation issues they face. Princeton Field Guides - Albatrosses, Petrels & Shearwaters of the World by Derek Onley and Paul Scofield and published by Princeton University Press is a must have for any birders library.

Shorebirds of North America

 – The Photographic Guide

By Dennis Paulson

Published by Princeton University Press

Shorebirds are amazing animals - some species are capable of the longest migrations of the world's vertebrates. The wetlands and mudflats of North America host many species of shorebirds that stop to refuel on their long migratory flights to and from their breeding and wintering grounds. Shorebirds of North America – The Photographic Guide by Dennis Paulson and published by Princeton University Press is a superlative guide to these wonderful creatures. Packed with beautiful and vivid color photographs of each species, Paulson's book is an irresistible guide for anyone interested in these animals. The photographs are carefully selected to be helpful in aiding accurate identification of birds which are often very similar in appearance. His book offers detailed descriptions of size, plumage details, flight patterns, voice, behaviour, habitat and range. These descriptions are very useful but what makes this book stand out is the over 500 photos – with about 10 photos per species covering adult and juveniles and different plumages. Shorebirds of North America – The Photographic Guide by Dennis Paulson and published by Princeton University Press is the best reference on shorebirds on the market today and a 'must have' addition to any birders library.

 

Gulls of North America, Europe and Asia

by Klaus Malling Olsen and Hans Larsson

published by Princeton University Press

 

One of the challenges for birdwatchers, expert and novice alike, is the accurate identification of gulls throughout their stages of maturity. These wonderful birds display a regal beauty that is often taken for granted.  ‘Gulls of North America, Europe and Asia by Klaus Malling Olsen and Hans Larsson and published by Princeton University Press is an amazing book on these creatures. Every so often a book will come along that fills a niche so brilliantly that it becomes an unparalleled asset to own. The different gull species descriptions are perfectly complete and accurately thorough. This incredible reference offers many side by side comparison plates as well as individual accounts of 43 species of gull. Each account offers 2 different color plates, beautifully illustrated by Larsson, one standing of each plumage variation as well as one in flight.  The species accounts include measurements of wing, bill and tarsus and 3 full pages of color photos. This book is a tremendous effort. Few species guides come remotely close to achieving the effort of Gulls of North America, Europe and Asia by Klaus Malling Olsen and Hans Larsson; it sets an incredibly high standard of quality and will make a proud inclusion to any natural history library.

 

Bird Field Guides

Compact Guide to

British Columbia Birds

Published by Lone Pine Publishing

Birdwatching is the most popular outdoor activity in the world. It offers the thrill of the hunt, stalking your quarry among many neighborhood fields, parks and forests. One of the most challenging tasks to novice birdwatchers is correct identification of the local species found on such outings and so access to clear and concise field guides are a necessity. The Compact Guide to British Columbia Birds published by Lone Pine Publishing is an excellent resource for those new to birding. Featuring 83 species common to B.C., British Columbia Birds is a handy guide that slips easily into ones jacket or backpack. Each of the species is featured on 2 pages with brilliantly accurate color illustrations and range maps, habitat and voice descriptions, nesting and egg information as well as comparisons to similar birds. British Columbia Birds also features interesting notes on each species as well as distinctive things to look for when trying field identification. The Compact Guide to British Columbia Birds makes an excellent first guide for children and the only draw back with this guide is that it only describes 83 of the almost 500 bird species found in British Columbia. The fantastic layout, graphics and information provided for each species leaves the avid birder wanting more. The Compact Guide to British Columbia Birds published by Lone Pine Publishing is an excellent guide for children and novice birders and a handy addition to any natural history library.

 

Hawks From Every Angle – How to Identify Raptors in Flight

By Jerry Liguori

Published by Princeton University Press

The  sight of a raptor circling overhead, riding the thermals high above you is an impressive sight and instant thrill for any nature lover and bird watcher. Identifying these raptors from below can be incredibly difficult and sometimes impossible to do. Hawks From Every Angle – How to Identify Raptors in Flight by Jerry Liguori and published by Princeton University Press is an excellent asset in identifying birds of prey from any distance.  The uniqueness of this book is that it looks at identifying North American raptors in flight from every angle. This is accomplished by providing vivid color photos of each bird in flight, from the front, back, side, above and below. These photos are accompanied by pages of descriptive text with details on plumage, flight patterns, migration. Hawks From Every Angle – How to Identify Raptors in Flight by Jerry Liguori and published by Princeton University Press is an brilliantly researched guide and a must have addition to any bird watchers library.

 

Nests, Eggs and Nestlings of North American Birds

by Paul J.Baicich and Colin J.O. Harrison

 Published by Princeton University Press

Birdwatchers are intent and curious animals. They have their binoculars and scopes peeled for any movement, swung in the direction of any call as the climb, hike and travel across all lands. Most are quick experts on the species they watch being able to discern the subtle differences among gulls, shorebirds and raptors. However, one are that is often of difficulty is nests, eggs and nestlings when no adult is present. The many subtle differences can be quite puzzling and confusing. Nests, Eggs and Nestlings of North American Birds by Paul J.Baicich and Colin J.O. Harrison and published by Princeton University Press is a great asset in trying to identify such creatures. With many exquisitely detailed illustrations and descriptions of 670 species of North American birds this volume is an impressive effort. The only fault I could find is that each bird is not completely covered, there are many nestling illustrations but not all the species are illustrated. A minor nit, one caused by the brilliance of how the species are featured. However this is an exceptional volume of work. Nests, Eggs and Nestlings of North American Birds by Paul J.Baicich and Colin J.O. Harrison and published by Princeton University Press is a must have for the serious birdwatcher.

Birds of Southeast Asia

by Craig Robson

Published by Princeton University Press

Avid birders are keen to search out new and exciting species wherever they may travel and a handy bird guide featuring local species is a necessity for them. Birds of Southeast Asia by Craig Robson and published by Princeton University Press is an excellent guide for trips to the far east. This guide offers complete coverage of the birds of Thailand, Malaysia, Singpore, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar. With over 100 fantastically illustrated color plates covering 1270 species, Robson’s book is an irresistible guide that slips easily into a travelers backpack. The images are accompanied by detailed descriptions of size, plumage details for each sex and juvenile, voice,, habitat and range. These descriptions are very useful – short and concise. Birds of Southeast Asia by Craig Robson and published by Princeton University Press is a handy reference to Southeast Asian birds and a 'must have' addition to any birdwatchers traveling library.

 

The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Eastern North America

The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America

by David Allen Sibley
Published by Knopf

Ecobeetle Highly Recommeds this Book!David Allen Sibley displays an equaled mastery with his wonderful field guides to birds. They are the chosen books for bird lovers, students and scientists for their concise and accurate bird illustrations, detailed descriptions and easy to find layout. The one slight drawback of The Sibley Guide to Birds is due to its large, although information packed, size it is not a practical field use guidebook. Now with the wonderful release of The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Eastern North America and The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America we get two smaller but refined versions of the Sibley classic. The same vivid watercolours and scientifically accurate text reside in almost half the volume, making a light and portal treasure. These field guides will fit snugly in your backpack between your binoculars and your life list. With his typical style and now more function in The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America and The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Eastern North America, David Allen Sibley continues his dominance of the bird guide field.

 

Bird Sounds by Barry Kent MacKay

A thorough and engaging examination of the variety of sounds birds make, from the familiar singing of songbirds and the hammering of woodpeckers to the harsh cacklings of crows. The how's and why's of bird vocalization, regional variation and speciation, and communication among species are discussed. Describes both native and exotic bird behavior and includes the latest research-all illustrated with full-color paintings by the author.

 

National Geographic Reference Atlas Birds Of North America

Edited and Compiled by Mel Baughman

Published by Simon and Shuster

   Ecobeetle Highly Recommeds this Book!Most Birders and naturalists have a trusted field guide for identification and descriptions of their encountered species and now National Geographic has produced a companion to any guide with their Reference Atlas to the Birds of North America. It is a comprehensive volume with all the over 800 species of birds, filled with detailed information, vivid photos and illustrations. Each species is chapter is organized by family with a wonderful and unique opening species introduction page authored by a specific birding expert. The chapters continue on with detailed descriptions of the species, classifications, body structure, plumage, feeding and breeding behaviors, vocalization, observation tips, status, conservation and more. All chapters are brilliantly concluded with one or two large detailed maps that offer a unique and detailed view into certain habitats or migration patterns for various species of each family. Unfortunately these migration maps are so good that you long for one for each of the North American birds. One realizes this reaction and need for more is because the lucky reader is easily spoiled by this book’s riches. Editor and compiler Mel Baughman has produced an amazing product and his achievement is to be commended. His extreme research and vast knowledge make this effort shine. The National Geographic Reference Atlas to the Birds of North America is an incredibly valuable reference work and definitely deserves a spot in any birders or naturalists library.

 

Stokes Field Guide to Birds : Eastern Region (Stokes Field Guides); Donald Stokes, Lillian Stokes.

 

Stokes Field Guide to Birds : Western Region (Stokes Field Guides); Donald Stokes, Lillian Stokes

National Geographic Society Field Guide to the Birds of North America

A Field Guide to the Birds : Of Eastern and Central North America: 4th Edition; Roger Tory Peterson

A Field Guide to Western Birds : 3rd Edition; Roger Tory Peterson

A Field Guide to the Birds : A Completely New Guide to All the Birds of Eastern and Central North America (Peterson Field Guides); Roger Tory Peterson

All the Backyard Birds : East (American Bird Conservancy Compact Guide)
by Jack L. Griggs

 

 

Bird Field Guides

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Wild Bird Guides – Great Horned Owl By Dwight G. Smith

Stokes Field Guide to Birds : Eastern Region (Stokes Field Guides); Donald Stokes, Lillian Stokes.

 Stokes Field Guide to Birds : Western Region (Stokes Field Guides); Donald Stokes, Lillian Stokes

National Geographic Society Field Guide to the Birds of North America

A Field Guide to the Birds : Of Eastern and Central North America: 4th Edition; Roger Tory Peterson

A Field Guide to Western Birds : 3rd Edition; Roger Tory Peterson

A Field Guide to the Birds : A Completely New Guide to All the Birds of Eastern and Central North America (Peterson Field Guides); Roger Tory Peterson

All the Backyard Birds : East (American Bird Conservancy Compact Guide)
by Jack L. Griggs

Birding (Nature Company Guides)
by Joseph Forshaw

Birds : An Explore Your World Handbook
by Discovery Books, David Bird

Birds of North America Revised and Updated: A Guide to Field Identification

Birds of Eastern and Central North America, Fifth Edition: The long-awaited new fifth edition of the best-selling field guide of all time!

MAC's Field Guides: North America/Birds of Prey

Stokes Field Guide To Birds: Eastern Region

Birds of Texas: A Field Guide

The Birds of Texas

Birds of Michigan Field Guide

Birds of Ohio; Field Guide

MAC's Field Guides: Northern California Park/Garden Birds

Stokes Field Guide To Bird Songs: Western Birds

A Field Guide to the Birds of Mexico & Adjacent Areas: Belize, Guatemala & El Salvador

Kids Field Guides: Birds of North America: East

Field Guide to Birds of South Africa

Coat Pocket Bird Book: Field Guide to Birding

Stokes Beginner's Guide To Birds: Western Region

Field Guide to the Birds of Cuba

Backyard Birds

American Bird Conservancy's Field Guide to All the Birds of North America: A Revolutionary System Based on Feeding Behaviors & Field-Recognizable Feat

Birds Of Prey

A Field Guide to Birds of the Gambia & Senegal

Field Guide of the Birds in North America

Birds of Wisconsin Field Guide

Backyard Bird Song: Eastern And Central North America

Birds of Illinois; Field Guide

Bizarre Birds

Birds Of Prey

The National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Birds: Eastern Region

Birds of Minnesota: Field Guide

Field Guide to the Ocean Birds of North America

Stokes Field Guide To Birds: Western Region

Peterson Field Guide: To Eastern Birds

MAC's Field Guides: Northeast Coast Water Birds

Stokes Beginner's Guide To Birds: Eastern Region

Field Guide to the Birds of East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi

A Field Guide to Little-Known and Seldom-Seen Birds of North America

Stokes Field Guide To Bird Songs: Eastern Region

A Field Guide to the Birds of Mexico & Adjacent Areas: Belize, Guatemala & El Salvador

Another Field Guide to Little Known and Seldom Seen Birds of North America

Birds of Pennsylvania: Field Guide

MAC's Field Guides: Northeast Park/Backyard Birds

Field Guide To Mexican Birds

Stokes Field Guide To Bird Songs: Western Region

Western Bird Songs

MAC's Field Guides: Northwest Coast Water Birds

Eastern Birds' Nests

MAC's Field Guides: Northwest Park/Backyard Birds

Peterson Field Guide to Western Birds

Field Guide to Eastern Birds

Stokes Field Guide To Bird Songs: Eastern Region

Bizarre Birds

Field Guide Birds Of Solomons Vanuatu

Bird Life

MAC's Field Guides: California Coastal Birds

Peterson Field Guides: Western Birds' Nests

National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America

The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Eastern North America

The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America

MAC's Field Guides: Northeast Park/Backyard Birds

Peterson Field Guides: Birds of the West Indies

Golden Guide Birds

Field Guide to the Birds of Mexico & Northern Central America

First Field Guide: Birds

 

Insect & Invertebrate Field Guides

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A guide to common freshwater invertebrates of North America By J. Reese Voshell, Jr. and illustrated by Amy Bartlett Wright.

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National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Insects and Spiders by Lorus J. Milne

 

Insects : A Guide to Familiar American Insects (Golden Guides) by Herbert Spencer Zim, Clarence Cottam

 

About Insects: A Guide for Children
by Cathryn P. Sill

 

Animal Ecology : Special Reference to Insects
by Royal N. Chapman

 

Beetles : A Field Guide to the Beetles of North America
by Richard E. White, Peterson

 

The Birder's Bug Book
by Gilbert Waldbauer

 

Butterflies and Moths : A Guide to the More Common American Species (Golden Guides)
by Robert T. Mitchell

 

Mammal Field Guides

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  National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Mammals

 

A Field Guide to Animal Tracks (Peterson Field Guides) by Olaus J. Murie, Roger Tory Peterson

 

A Guide to Animal Tracking and Behavior (Stories Nature Guides) by Donald W. Stokes, Lillian Q. Stokes

 

Tracks, Scats, and Signs (Young Naturalist Field Guides)
by Leslie A. Dendy

 

A Field Guide to the Mammals : North America North of Mexico (Peterson Field Guides); William H. Burt, Richard P. Grossenheider

 

 

Plant & Tree Field Guides

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Peterson Field Guides - Western Medicinal Plants and Herbs by Steven Foster and Christopher Hobbs.

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  National Audubon Society Field Guide To North American Wildflowers

Plants of the Pacific Northwest Coast : Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, and Alaska by Jim Pojar

 

The Adirondack Nature Guide
by Sheri Amsel

 

Alaska's Wild Plants: A Guide to Alaska's Edible Harvest
by Janice J. Schofield

 

Alpine Flower Finder : The Key to Wildflowers Found Above Treeline in the Rocky Mountains
by Loraine Yeatts, Janet L. Wingate

 

America's Deserts : Guide to Plants and Animals
by Marianne D. Wallace

 

America's Mountains : Guide to Plants and Animals
by Marianne D. Wallace

 

Aquatic and Wetland Plants of the Western Gulf Coast
by Charles D. Stutzenbaker

 

A Field Guide to Western Trees (Peterson Field Guides: 44); George A. Petrides, Roger Tory Peterson

 

 

Reptile and Amphibian Field Guides

Amphibians of Oregon, Washington and British Columbia

by Charlotte Corkran & Chris Toms

Published by Lone Pine Publishing

Amphibians are special creatures. They inhabit our forests, streams, ponds and lakes in surprising abundance and are vital parts these ecosystems. However amphibians are highly susceptible to habitat loss and changes and are regarded as indicators of environmental health. Amphibians of Oregon, Washington and British Columbia by Charlotte Corkran & Chris Toms published by Lone Pine Publishing are the premier guide to the amazing frogs, toads and salamanders of the Pacific Northwest. In this volume the ins and outs of the amphibian world is arranged and displayed to perfection. Filled with vivid color photographs, Amphibians of Oregon, Washington and British Columbia also provides detailed descriptions on the habitats, eggs, and hatchlings for each of the 36 species covered in this book. Detailed photographs are provided for each hatchling, tadpole juvenile and adult  As well as distribution maps and the incredibly useful and brilliantly offered habitat chart which is a simple graph that shows the habitat types in which the individual species can be found during each stage of development. Amphibians of Oregon, Washington and British Columbia by Charlotte Corkran & Chris Toms published by Lone Pine Publishing is exceedingly comprehensive and a fabulously researched book. This guide is a brilliant edition to any home library and a must have for any outdoor enthusiast or nature lover.

 

 

Reptiles of the Northwest British Columbia to California

by Alan St. John

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The Exotic Amphibians and Reptiles of Florida

By Walter E.Meshaka, Jr., Brian P. Butterfield, & J. Brian Hauge

Published by Krieger Publishing

The Exotic Amphibians and Reptiles of Florida is the latest guide from Krieger Publishing and takes a wonderful focus on the many introduced species of reptiles and amphibians that have come to reside in this sunny state. This comprehensive guide book provides species descriptions, habitat and habit reports as well as informative and descriptive maps of the species current distribution in Florida. The Exotic Amphibians and Reptiles of Florida also offers vivid color photographs of each turtle, frog, lizard and snake in this book. Walter E.Meshaka, Jr., Brian P. Butterfield, & J. Brian Hauge have provided a unique effort, putting the serious issue of invasive alien species to the forefront while still offering an informative and entertaining read.

 

National Audubon Society First Field Guide: Amphibians by Brian Cassie

 

A Field Guide to Venomous Animals and Poisonous Plants : North America : North of Mexico (Peterson's Field Guides)
by Steven Foster and Roger A. Caras

 

 

 

 

 
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