The mammals of the Indomalayan Region : a systematic review

by Corbet, G. B.

Format: Print Book 1992
Availability: Available at 1 Library 2 of 2 copies
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Location Collection Call #
Carnegie Museum of Natural History Mammals QL729.A785 C67 1992
Location  Carnegie Museum of Natural History
 
Collection  Mammals
 
Call Number  QL729.A785 C67 1992
 
 
Carnegie Museum of Natural History Main QL729.A785 C67 1992
Location  Carnegie Museum of Natural History
 
Collection  Main
 
Call Number  QL729.A785 C67 1992
 
 
Summary
For over a century the Indomalayan Region (or Oriental Region) has been recognized as one of the major zoogeographical regions of the earth. In spite of its rich fauna of mammals, with over one thousand species - more than a fifth of the world's total - there has never before been acomprehensive reference work bringing together information on all the mammals of the region.
Additional Information
Series Natural History Museum publications.
Subjects Mammals -- Southeast Asia -- Classification.
Mammals -- South Asia -- Classification.
Mammals -- Southeast Asia -- Geographical distribution.
Mammals -- South Asia -- Geographical distribution.
Publisher Oxford ; New York :Oxford University Press,1992
Contributors Hill, John Edwards.
Language English
Description 488 pages : illustrations, maps ; 29 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 430-469) and index.
ISBN 0198546939 :
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