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Atlas Presmykayushchikhsya Severnoy Evrazii [Atlas of the Reptiles of Northern Eurasia] (Taxonomic Diversity, Geographical Distribution and Conservation Status)

Flora / Fauna
By: TB Ananieva and
232 pages, 510 colour photos, maps, tables
Atlas Presmykayushchikhsya Severnoy Evrazii [Atlas of the Reptiles of Northern Eurasia]
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Language: Russian with English table of contents

A colour compendium of all 7 chelonian, 112 lizard and 74 snake species occurring in northern Eurasia, with brief accounts per species concerning taxonomy, distribution and conservation status.

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Flora / Fauna
By: TB Ananieva and
232 pages, 510 colour photos, maps, tables
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