|Author:||J. E. Hill,G.B. Corbet|
|Title:||A world list of mammalian species|
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|ePUB size:||1672 kb|
|FB2 size:||1296 kb|
|DJVU size:||1642 kb|
|Publisher:||British Museum; 2nd edition edition (1986)|
A World List of Mammalian. has been added to your Cart. This is a complete, concise list of the living and recently extinct species of mammals of the entire world. This is an authoritative reference work to the layman and general zoologist, as well as having great value for the specialist.
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A World List Of Mammal. Over 4300 species are listed, with scientific name, common name, distribution and frequently used synonyms.
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Corbet, G. Hill, J. (1980). A world list of mammalian species. Comstock Pub. Associates. A new family, genus and species of bat (Mammalia, Chiroptera) from Thailand". Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History). 27. ^ a b Beolens, . Watkins, . Grayson, M. (2009). The eponym dictionary of mammals.
A World List of Mammalian Species. Various efforts made to elucidate the taxonomy of the family Manidae lead Pocock (1924) to place the eight species into six genera, further Patterson (1978) and Corbet and Hill (1991) divided them into two genera ('Manis' for all Asian pangolins and 'Phataginus' for all African pangolins).
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