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Fauna of the Socotra Archipelago: Field Guide

Field / Identification Guide
Magnificent collaborative effort creates a classic guide

By: Wolfgang Wranik, OS Al-Saghier, S Aspinall, RF Porter and H Roesler

542 pages, 750 col photos, 1020 b/w illus

Universitätsdruckerei Rostock

Hardback | Dec 2003 | #142972 | ISBN: 3860092634
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The Socotran Archipelago is part of the Republic of Yemen, but geologically is a continuation of the Somali Peninsula. The main island (Socotra) is one of the best preserved semi-arid tropical islands in the world, and has a rich variety of plant and animal species, with a high degree of endemism. 14 mammal and 175 bird species have been recorded, but this comprehensive work covers all animal classes, including marine life, with full species descriptions and excellent illustrations. Introductory chapters cover vegetation, biogeography, history of biological exploration and conservation.

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