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Academic & Professional Books  Reptiles & Amphibians  Amphibians

Advances in Amphibian Research in the Former Soviet Union, Volume 4: Amphibians of the Caucasus

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By: David N Tarkhnishvili and Ramaz K Gokhelashvili
240 pages, colour & b/w photos and illustrations, tables
Advances in Amphibian Research in the Former Soviet Union, Volume 4: Amphibians of the Caucasus
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  • Advances in Amphibian Research in the Former Soviet Union, Volume 4: Amphibians of the Caucasus ISBN: 9789546420473 Paperback Dec 1999 Out of Print #92093
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Language: English

Introduction - Several general comments - Batrachological studies in the Caucasus: short review - Guite to the amphibians of the Caucases - Species accounts - Amphibians of neighbouring territories - The origin of the amphibian fauna of the Caucasus - Amphibian assemblages of the different Caucasian ecosystems - Status of Caucasian amphibians and ways of their conservation - Bibliography - Distribution maps - Colour plates
 

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Introduction; batrachological studies in the Caucases; species accounts;

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Out of Print
By: David N Tarkhnishvili and Ramaz K Gokhelashvili
240 pages, colour & b/w photos and illustrations, tables
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