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The Lynx Regional Features of Ecology, Use and Protection

By: Ye N Matyushkin and MA Vaisfeld
523 pages, 88 photos, 98 figs,114 tabs, maps
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  • The Lynx ISBN: 9785020027893 Hardback Dec 2003 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Collaborative reference by a large group of specialists who have been studying lynx throughout the territory of the former USSR, including the Baltic states, and Mongolia. The book presents the latest data on the current status of the species throughout this range, on its ecology and conservation status. The text is in Russian with chapter summaries in English.

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By: Ye N Matyushkin and MA Vaisfeld
523 pages, 88 photos, 98 figs,114 tabs, maps
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