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A Complete Checklist of Mammal Species and Subspecies in China A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference

World / Checklist
By: Wang Ying-xiang
394 pages, no illustrations
A Complete Checklist of Mammal Species and Subspecies in China
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Language: Bilingual in English and Chinese

The Mammal in the boundary of China has been revised to be 13 orders, 55 families, 235 gnera, 607 species and 968 subspecies after the serious systematization and collation by the author. That is the most complete and the newest records of Chinese Mammal today, it has recorded the most amount of the Mammal Spcies in the book. There are 62-225 species being added up comparing with other Chinese monograph, and 200 species more than that has been recorded by the abroad monograph, as the result, the amount of mammla species in China has been exceeded indonsia (519 species), to be the first number in the world.

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World / Checklist
By: Wang Ying-xiang
394 pages, no illustrations
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