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Edited By: Barbara Tellman
460 pages, 37 Illus
Marks the first comprehensive attempt to address problems posed by expanding populations of exotic plant and animal species in the Sonoran Desert and adjacent grasslands and riparian areas. It describes the arrival and spread of non-native species as diverse as rats and saltcedar, covering both their impacts and the management of those impacts. Includes bullfrogs and Mediterranean grasses.
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