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The Diversity of the Dumbara Mountains The Knuckles Massif, Sri Lanka: With special reference to its herpetofauna

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By: Anslem De Silva
382 pages, 138 colour plates
The Diversity of the Dumbara Mountains
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The first comprehensive account of the Knuckles Ecosystem in Sri Lanka published to date.

This book is a special edition of the Lyriocephalus Journal of the Amphibia and Reptile Research Organization of Sri Lanka. It contains the following:
*22 original research papers on the reptiles, amphibians and archaeological aspects of the Knuckles Ecosystem in Sri Lanka.These are the results of the Joint research expedition conducted along with University of Edinburgh, UK, *7 papers on other aspects of Knuckles by those who have conducted research on Knuckles ecosystem,
*9 herpetological papers pertaining to Sri Lanka contributed to Lyriocephalus,
*a bibliography of publications on the Knuckles massif (200 odd references),
*a cumulative index to Lyriocephalus.

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Out of Print
By: Anslem De Silva
382 pages, 138 colour plates
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