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Traité de Zoologie Tome 17: Mammifères Volume 2

Monograph
Series: Traité de Zoologie Volume: 17/2
By: Pierre P Grassé(Editor), E Bourdelle(Author), François Bourlière(Author), P-L Dekeyser(Author), R-Ph Dollfus(Author), R Frechkop(Author), H Heim de Balsac(Author), F Frade(Author), R Lavocat(Author), G Petit(Author), J Piveteau(Author), R Vaufrey(Author), H Vallois(Author), J Viret(Author)
1128 pages, 1012 b/w photos and b/w illustrations
Publisher: Masson
Traité de Zoologie Tome 17: Mammifères Volume 2
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  • Traité de Zoologie Tome 17: Mammifères Volume 2 ISBN: 9782225585104 Hardback Dec 1955 In stock
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Language: French

 This is the second part of the seventeenth volume in a large multivolume zoological monograph series covering all animal orders. Volume 17 deals with behaviour and systematics of mammals. This second part covers the orders Taeniodonta (an extinct early group of mammals known from the Palaeocene to the Eocene), Tillodontia (an extinct suborder of eutherian mammals), Edentata (nowadays merged into the superorder Xenarthra), Pholidota (pangolins), Lagomorpha, Rodentia, Insectivora, Dermoptera (which is made up of just two extant species of colugos), Chiroptera, and Primates.

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Monograph
Series: Traité de Zoologie Volume: 17/2
By: Pierre P Grassé(Editor), E Bourdelle(Author), François Bourlière(Author), P-L Dekeyser(Author), R-Ph Dollfus(Author), R Frechkop(Author), H Heim de Balsac(Author), F Frade(Author), R Lavocat(Author), G Petit(Author), J Piveteau(Author), R Vaufrey(Author), H Vallois(Author), J Viret(Author)
1128 pages, 1012 b/w photos and b/w illustrations
Publisher: Masson
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