Series: Texas Tech University Museum Special Publications Series Volume: 16
Edited By: RJ Baker, JK James and DC Carter
441 pages, B/w plates, illus, figs, tabs
Modern survey methods have greatly improved the amount of information gathered about bats. The data on this large and diverse family of bats is reviewed here, with checklist, keys to subfamilies and genera, zoogeography, evolution and conservation, echolocation and communication, and many other subjects. Published as a 3 volume set.
Part 1: 218 pages figures tables 1976
Part 2: 364 pages figures tables 1977
Part 3: 441 pages figures tables 1979
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