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Bibliotheca Cordyliformium [German] Neues Quellenverzeichnis der Gürtelschweife und Schildechsen (Reptilia, Cordylidae and Gerrhosauridae)

By: Klaus Adolphs
303 pages, no illustrations
Bibliotheca Cordyliformium [German]
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Language: German

Extensive bibliography covering these lizards from Africa and Madagascar. Well over 1300 references are quoted, each with information about taxa and subjects. The bibliography covers the period from 1758 to 2006. Also includes a systematic index and section on current taxonomy.

This volume is an extensively revised and updated edition of "Bibliographie der Gurtelechsen und Schildechsen", published in 1996.

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By: Klaus Adolphs
303 pages, no illustrations
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