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Animals and Plants of the Ancient Maya A Guide

Field / Identification Guide
By: Victoria Schlesinger
351 pages, 123 bw illus, 5 figs
Animals and Plants of the Ancient Maya
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&i;`Part field guide, part book of vignettes discussing the animals and plants most commonly seen in the Maya area, this fine guide provides a fresh synthesis of anthropological and biological research that will serve as an engaging and practical resource for visitors, students, and burgeoning naturalists.'&o; Paul R. Ehrlich, President, Center for Conservation Biology, Stanford University

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Victoria Schlesinger
351 pages, 123 bw illus, 5 figs
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Part field guide, part book of vignettes discussing the animals and plants most commonly seen in the Maya area, this fine guide provides a fresh synthesis of anthropological and biological research that will serve as an engaging and practical resource for visitors, students, and burgeoning naturalists. Paul R. Ehrlich, President, Center for Conservation Biology, Stanford University
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