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African Landshells Atlas 3350 Colour Photos

Flora / Fauna
By: Tiziano Cossignani(Author)
208 pages, 3350 colour photos
African Landshells
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African Landshells figures large parts of the African land snail fauna (as well as some of the African freshwater mollusks) with a focus on larger shelled species. African Landshells is not intended to be a scientific revision, but to help land-shell collectors with the identification of their species. A special focus is on the fauna of Madagascar, Morocco, Cape Verde and São Tomé.

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Flora / Fauna
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208 pages, 3350 colour photos
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