Edited By: TP Ramamoorthy, R Bye, A Lot and J Fa
812 pages, 11 b/w photos, illus, maps, figs
Mexico is among the richest countries in the world in terms of endemic plant and animal species. With a wide variety of habitats ranging from high altitude meadows to lowland tropical forests, it is a living example of the need for conservation of the tropics, providing biologists with information on the role of species in their communities and the ecological and economic consequences of their loss.
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