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by J. E. Hill,G. B. Corbet

Author: J. E. Hill,G. B. Corbet
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Natural History Museum; 3 edition (April 4, 1991)
Pages: 256 pages
Category: Math and Science
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Series: Natural History Museum publications. Hardcover: 256 pages. I can not imagine this book is so simple, can not find some useful taxonomic information on the mammals traits.

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Published online by Cambridge University Press: 06 July 2009.

Release Date: April 1991. Publisher: Natural History Museum Press, The. Length: 252 Pages.

Over 4300 species are listed, with scientific name, common name, distribution and frequently used synonyms. Release Date: April 1991.

Start by marking A World List of Mammalian Species as Want to Read . Published April 4th 1991 by Natural History Museum (first published September 1st 1986).

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Publisher: Natural History Museum, 1991.

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Extensively revised since the second edition of 1986, A World List of Mammalian Species is a complete, concise list of the living and recently extinct species of the entire world. Over 4300 species are listed, with scientific name, common name, distribution and frequently used synonyms. Endangered and threatened species are indicated, and an index of scientific and vernacular names allows rapid reference. Each family is illustrated with a pen and ink drawing by Ray Burrows. An authoritative reference work accessible to the layman and general zoologist, it will be useful to anyone with a general interest in mammals anywhere in the world.