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The Guide to Tasmanian Wildlife

Field / Identification Guide
By: Angus McNab(Author)
376 pages, 900+ colour photos, colour distribution maps
The Guide to Tasmanian Wildlife
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  • The Guide to Tasmanian Wildlife ISBN: 9780648363156 Paperback Nov 2018 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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The Guide to Tasmanian Wildlife is the only comprehensive guide to identifying all 324 species of amphibians, reptiles, mammals and birds that inhabit Tasmania and its territorial waters, including 30 species that occur nowhere else.

Detailed and user-friendly accounts of each species include physical descriptions, distribution maps, details on where and when to see each species, preferred habitat types, similar species and how to tell them apart, plus notes on subspecies, conservation status and ecology.

Over 900 images help to identify each species, including images of male, female and young where necessary. Details on the wildlife of Macquarie Island and the 174 vagrants and visitors that have been recorded within Tasmania and its territorial waters are included with photographs depicting a range of these species.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Angus McNab(Author)
376 pages, 900+ colour photos, colour distribution maps
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