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Edited By: Eileen A Lacey, James L Patton and Guy N Cameron
449 pages, Figs, tabs
Provides a comprehensive review of the biology of subterranean rodents, covering species like the mole-rats, zukors and tuco-tucos. Arranged by topic rather than by taxon to facilitate cross-species comparisons, chapters cover such subjects as morphology, physiology, social behaviour, genetic variation and evolutionary diversification.
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