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Field Guides & Natural History  Mammals  Mammals: General

Ireland's Biodiversity: Terrestrial Mammals

Field / Identification Guide
By: Andrew Torsney(Author), Liam Lysaght(Author), Andrew Harrington(Author)
62 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
Ireland's Biodiversity: Terrestrial Mammals
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  • Ireland's Biodiversity: Terrestrial Mammals ISBN: 9781911172062 Other Dec 2018 In stock
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Screw bound and printed full colour on both sides, this pocked-sized (85 × 125 mm, W × H) swatch should provide enough information to allow you to identify the 27 terrestrial mammals of Ireland. The swatch is split into five groups (8 rodents, 3 insectivores, 3 lagomorphs, 7 carnivores species, and 6 ungulates; not included are Ireland's 9 resident bat species and the marine mammals found around the coast). The groups relate to species of similar morphological characteristics, Each page details the key identification features and insight into the behavioural characteristics of the species, likely places to find them can be found on the reverse. As you move from the front to the back of the swatch, the species size generally increases

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Andrew Torsney(Author), Liam Lysaght(Author), Andrew Harrington(Author)
62 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
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