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The Frogs of New Guinea and the Solomon Islands

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Series: Pensoft Series Faunistica Volume: 48
By: James Menzies
345 pages, col illus, maps
The Frogs of New Guinea and the Solomon Islands
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  • The Frogs of New Guinea and the Solomon Islands ISBN: 9789546422736 Hardback Dec 2006 Out of Print #155665
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Language: English

This is a book about the frogs of the New Guinea region, where they came from, how they live and why there are so many of them. Short descriptions of all the species recognized at the time of writing are included. The descriptions are necessarily brief because providing a complete detailed description and diagnosis for all 300 species would make a very bulky volume so, for those who need more detail, a reference to the original description of each species, or to a recent revision of the taxon, is included. The primary purpose of this book is to assemble all that is recorded in the literature about New Guinea's frogs together with the author's accumulated data from twenty-five years of residence and research in Papua New Guinea.

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Out of Print
Series: Pensoft Series Faunistica Volume: 48
By: James Menzies
345 pages, col illus, maps
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