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Mammals of the Wet Tropics Region of North-Eastern Australia

Edited By: DW Morton and SL Farrer
629 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Publisher: CSIRO
Mammals of the Wet Tropics Region of North-Eastern Australia
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Special issue of `Wildlife Research' comprising papers derived from a symposium held by the Australian Mammal Society at James Cook University in Townsville, September 1995. The papers can be grouped under four broad topics: Evolutionary processes, ecological studies of native mammals, ecological studies of introduced mammals, and responses of mammals to anthropogenic impacts.

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Edited By: DW Morton and SL Farrer
629 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
Publisher: CSIRO
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