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Atlas y Libro Rojo de los Mamiferos Terrestres de Espana

Red Data Book Distribution Atlas
Edited By: L Javier Palomo, Julio Gisbert and J Carlos Blanco
580 pages, B/w illus, dist maps
Atlas y Libro Rojo de los Mamiferos Terrestres de Espana
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  • Atlas y Libro Rojo de los Mamiferos Terrestres de Espana ISBN: 9788480147118 Paperback Dec 2007 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: Spanish

Atlas and Red Book of the terrestrial mammals of Spain. A major study of the Iberian mammal fauna, with information on biology, ecology, distribution and conservation status.

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Red Data Book Distribution Atlas
Edited By: L Javier Palomo, Julio Gisbert and J Carlos Blanco
580 pages, B/w illus, dist maps
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