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Lemurs of Madagascar and the Comoros 1.1

Out of Print
By: J-J Petter and JH Van Der Sloot
Lemurs of Madagascar and the Comoros 1.1
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  • Lemurs of Madagascar and the Comoros 1.1 Mac Out of Print #65758
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Lemurs are threatened species that occur only on Madagascar and the Comoros. In cooperation with Conservatoire Vivant des Mascareignes and IUCN (with Red Book data), ETI produced this CD-ROM, which presents a completely revised monograph on all Lemurs. Detailed information about 61 (sub)species and 34 higher taxa is presented, with color drawings, photos, film-shots and sounds. Included are three types of fully illustrated computer assisted identification keys. The distribution information is stored in an interactive geographical information system. All text is hyperlinked: an illustrated glossary defines more than 1000 scientific terms. Thousands of literature references for this group are stored in a reference database. This CD-ROM is not only an excellent introduction to the Lemurs of Madagascar and the Comoros, but also a unique encyclopedical work.

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Out of Print
By: J-J Petter and JH Van Der Sloot
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