By: Junaidi Payne(Author), Charles M Francis(Author), Karen Phillipps(Illustrator), Zahra Yaacob(Foreword By)
332 pages, 60 plates with colour illustrations; 2 b/w photos, 130 b/w line drawings, 5 b/w maps
The third edition since 1985, this guide book is aimed at naturalists, zoologists, specialists, scholars and public at large with a keen interest in identifying the mammals of Borneo. It describes every species of wild mammal presently known in Borneo and its offshore islands: 221 species of wild land mammals have been recorded, of which 92 species are bats. Also included in A Field Guide to the Mammals of Borneo are descriptions of the more commonly encountered domestic animals which might be confused with wild ones, as well as a few species which have not definitely been recorded in Borneo but which are likely to be found in the area. Each mammal is beautifully illustrated in colour with brief notes on the species on the facing page. Concise and easy to use, A Field Guide to the Mammals of Borneo is an indispensable aid to greater awareness of this important segment of the fauna in Borneo.
"[...] an essential acquisition for anyone with an interest in the mammal fauna of the region."
How to identify mammals
What is a mammal?
Classification and Naming
Identification of mammals
Finding and studying mammals
Distribution of mammals
Geography and vegetation of Borneo
Future of wildlife in Borneo
Parks and reserves
List of Abbreviations
– Order Insectivora
– Order Scandentia
– Order Dermoptera
– Order Chiroptera
– Order Primates
– Order Pholidota
– Order Rodentia
– Order Cetacea
– Order Carnivora
– Order Sirenia
– Order Proboscidae
– Order Perissodactyla
– Order Artiodactyla
Appendix 1: Guide to footprints
Appendix 2: Gazetteer
Appendix 3: Local names of mammals
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