By: Christopher Lever
608 pages, 117 line drawings
The first definitive work describing when, where, how and by whom non-indigenous mammals living today in the wild state were first introduced. In each case the author explains how they subsequently became naturalized, and examines the interactions between them and the natural biota.
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