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The Fauna of King Island A Guide to Identification and Conservation Management

Field / Identification Guide
By: Richard Donaghey(Editor)
148 pages, colour illustrations, maps, tables
The Fauna of King Island
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  • The Fauna of King Island ISBN: 9780958188715 Spiralbound Jan 2003 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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This amazingly comprehensive book covers the ecology and conservation management of invertebrate and vertebrate fauna of terrestrial and freshwater habitats of King Island, an island in the Bass Strait, belonging to the Australian state of Tasmania. As well, it includes a chapter on geology, soils and land use history. The final chapter is a field guide to the veterbrates of King Island and gives accounts of all the species of freshwater fish, frogs, reptiles, mammals and most of the resident and regular visiting birds with cross-references to the plates.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Richard Donaghey(Editor)
148 pages, colour illustrations, maps, tables
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