This respected guide places strong emphasis on ecology with descriptions of Indiana's habitats, climate, and vegetation and detailed species accounts. The well illustrated book will be a boon to most residents of Indiana, who have little acquaintance with the state's 57 species of wild, mostly small, secretive, and nocturnal mammals, and it is sure to please the most avid ecology enthusiast.
Mammals of Indiana is an excellent contribution to the literature in mammalogy; it is well organized and clear. It represents a thorough, comprehensive biogeographic treatment of mammals of Indiana written in an effective style. Joseph H. Merritt, author of Guide to the Mammals of Pennsylvania
I. Indiana: The State as an Environment II. The Mammals of Indiana Distribution; Taxonomy; Species Accounts; Order DIDELPHIMORPHIA; Order SORICOMORPHA; Order CHIROPTERA; Order LAGOMORPHA; Order RODENTIA; Order CARNIVORA; Order ARTIODACTYLA
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