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Field Guides & Natural History  Mammals  Primates

Primates of Thailand Pocket Identification Guide

Field / Identification Guide
By: Ramesh Boonratana(Author), Russell A Mittermeier(Author), Anthony B Rylands(Author), Stephen D Nash(Illustrator)
20 pages, colour illustrations, colour distribution maps
Primates of Thailand
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  • Primates of Thailand ISBN: 9781737285137 Unbound Aug 2022 In stock
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The pocket identification guide series is designed for anyone who needs a quick overview of the primate fauna of a specific region. Printed on a double-sided folding panel and laminated to withstand heat, humidity and the rigours of travel, each pocket guide features full-colour illustrations by primate artist Stephen Nash, whose work has been recognized as “the taxonomic gold standard” for primate identification. Including compact range maps and local names, the pocket guides are the ideal reference for protection staff, nature enthusiasts, primate-watchers, students and field biologists – or anyone else who needs an easy reference guide for the field.

Twenty-five taxa are presented in this pocket guide, each illustrated and paired with newly updated distribution maps and globally threatened status for each taxon. Also, each full-body illustration includes the taxon’s scientific name, common English name, and Thai name (written in Thai). The guide concludes with a checklist of its respective taxa. In addition, the guide features a map of Thailand and a table highlighting key protected areas throughout the country which contain the best sites for primate encounters. Moreover, the guide provides a link to a database for a confirmed and provisional list of primates in Thailand’s protected areas and an e-mail address for users to contribute information about primate sightings. Furthermore, there is also a QR code linking to the Policy Statements and Guidelines of the International Primatological Society.

As with all the folding pocket guides, Primates of Thailand: Pocket Identification Guide is laminated for durability in the field and weighs barely 40 grams, making it a sturdy and lightweight companion for field trips and primate-watching activities.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Ramesh Boonratana(Author), Russell A Mittermeier(Author), Anthony B Rylands(Author), Stephen D Nash(Illustrator)
20 pages, colour illustrations, colour distribution maps
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