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Neotropical Tent-Roosting Bats / Murciélagos Neotropicales que Acampan en Hojas Field Guide / Guía de Campo

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Bernal Rodríguez Herrera(Author), Rodrigo A Medellín(Author), Robert M Timm(Author)
184 pages, colour photos
Neotropical Tent-Roosting Bats / Murciélagos Neotropicales que Acampan en Hojas
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  • Neotropical Tent-Roosting Bats / Murciélagos Neotropicales que Acampan en Hojas ISBN: 9789968927284 Paperback Aug 2007 Out of Print #170055
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Language: Bilingual in English and Spanish

This is an important contribution to our understanding of the interactions between bats and plants, the complexity of biological relations among organisms, and the astounding biological diversity of the tropics. It covers much of what is known about the 108 bat species of Costa Rica, and includes one new record, bringing the total number of species to 109.

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Esta guía de campo, español e inlgés, incluye gran parte de lo que se conoce sobre las 108 especies de murciélagos de Costa Rica, además de un aparente registro nuevo, que aumentaría a 109 el número total de especies registradas para el país. Con ilustraciones y fotografías a todo color.

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Bernal Rodríguez Herrera(Author), Rodrigo A Medellín(Author), Robert M Timm(Author)
184 pages, colour photos
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