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Evolution, Systematics and Distribution of Crested Newts (Triturus Cristatus Complex) in Russia and Adjacent Countries

By: SN Litvinchuk and LJ Borkin
590 pages, 133 colour & 135 b/w illustrations, 89 tables
Evolution, Systematics and Distribution of Crested Newts (Triturus Cristatus Complex) in Russia and Adjacent Countries
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  • Evolution, Systematics and Distribution of Crested Newts (Triturus Cristatus Complex) in Russia and Adjacent Countries ISBN: 9785801502526 Hardback Dec 2009 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Language: Russian, figure legends and table of contents bilingual in Russian and English

This monograph on the crested newt treats its morphology; cytogenetic, molecular and biochemical characters; and its embryonal development. Further chapters deal with interspecific contact zones and laboratory hybrids, as well as the taxonomy, evolution and distribution and abundance in and around Russia.

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By: SN Litvinchuk and LJ Borkin
590 pages, 133 colour & 135 b/w illustrations, 89 tables
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