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Amfibi Pulau Jawa: Panduan Bergambar dan Identifikasi [Amphibians of Java: Pictorial Guide and Identification]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Farits Alhadi(Author), Fajar Kaprawi(Author), Amir Hamidy(Author), Tom Kirschey(Author)
214 pages, colour photos
Publisher: NABU
Amfibi Pulau Jawa: Panduan Bergambar dan Identifikasi [Amphibians of Java: Pictorial Guide and Identification]
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  • Amfibi Pulau Jawa: Panduan Bergambar dan Identifikasi [Amphibians of Java: Pictorial Guide and Identification] ISBN: 9783982226996 Hardback Dec 2021 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Language: Indonesian

The book gives a brief outline of the 200-year history of amphibian research on Java and tabulates the names used by Van Kampen (1923) - 38 species, Iskandar (1998) - 40 species, Kusrini (2013) - 30 species and the present book (2021) - 45 species, including one currently being described for the first time. The species chapters that follow are arranged according to families. Java is the most populous and densely populated island in the world, yet it has an impressive amphibian fauna. The book is intended to sensitize the local population to the beauty and need for protection of the amphibian fauna.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Farits Alhadi(Author), Fajar Kaprawi(Author), Amir Hamidy(Author), Tom Kirschey(Author)
214 pages, colour photos
Publisher: NABU
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