African and Indo-Australian Muridae. Evolutionary trends.

by Xavier Misonne

Publisher: Musée royal de l"Afrique centrale in Tervuren

Written in English
Published: Pages: 219 Downloads: 444
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Places:

  • Africa.,
  • Indo-Australian Region.

Subjects:

  • Muridae.,
  • Mammals -- Africa.,
  • Mammals -- Indo-Australian Region.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 185-193.

SeriesKoninklijk Museum voor Midden-Afrika. Annalen. Reeks in -8o. Zoologische wetenschappen,, nr. 172. -, Musée royal de l"afrique centrale. Annales. Ser. in -8o. Sciences zoologiques,, no. 172, 1969, Annalen., nr. 172.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL337.C6 T3 no. 172
The Physical Object
Pagination[v], 219 p.
Number of Pages219
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5330066M
LC Control Number72183119

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