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The Landsnails of Madeira An Illustrated Compendium of the Landsnails and Slugs of the Madeiran Archipelago

Flora / Fauna Report
Series: BIOTIR Reports Volume: 2
By: Mary B Seddon(Author)
196 pages, colour photos, distribution maps
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The Landsnails of Madeira is an identification guide for the c. 280 species and subspecies of land-snail on the Madeiran archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean. With over two-thirds of the species being endemic this compendium provides illustrations, range maps and conservation status for each of them. It is the first comprehensively illustrated guide to the species on these islands and provides a baseline for future research.

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Flora / Fauna Report
Series: BIOTIR Reports Volume: 2
By: Mary B Seddon(Author)
196 pages, colour photos, distribution maps
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