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By: V Mercurio
393 pages, Col & b/w illus
Summarizes the state of knowledge of amphibian diversity in Malawi, highlighting the possible threats from human encroachment and land use change. To this end the main environmental characteristics of the country are explored, and habitats and vegetation described. Particular attention if given to the way species clump together to form communities.
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