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- CABI 2012; US$ 265.00
"Animal Science Reviews 2011" provides scientists and students in animal science with timely analysis on key topics in current research. Originally published online in CAB Reviews, this volume makes available in printed form the reviews in animal science published during 2011. more...
- Global Travel Publishers 2012; US$ 27.95
AFRICA?S TOP WILDLIFE COUNTRIES highlights and compares wildlife reserves and other major attractions in the continent?s best countries for game viewing – making the planning of the journey of a lifetime easy! African countries, and the wildlife reserves within them, vary greatly as to the types and quality of safari experiences they offer. This is... more...
Polydesmoidea III: Fam. Ploydesmidae, Vanhoeffeniidae, Cryptodesmidae, Oniscodesmidae, Sphaeretrichopidae, Peridontodesmidae, Rhachidesmidae, Macellolophidae, PandirodesmidaeDe Gruyter 1940; US$ 133.00
Polydesmoidea III: Fam. Ploydesmidae, Vanhoeffeniidae, Cryptodesmidae, Oniscodesmidae, Sphaeretrichopidae, Peridontodesmidae, Rhachidesmidae, Macellol. more...
- Exisle Publishing 2009; US$ 4.99
For 30 years Sharyn has shared her mountain forest wildlife refuge with the native animals, from quolls to kookaburras, snakes to kangaroos, frogs to koalas. As her sole companions for the past six years, they have provided a wealth of material that Sharyn has captured here in both words and drawings. So come and take a walk in Sharyn's gumboots... more...
- Springer 2013; US$ 129.00
The tropical UK Territories have extensive coral reefs. Huge parts of these areas are exceptionally rich, productive and diverse. Their marine biodiversity exceeds that of the UK itself, and several are already, or are planned to be, strictly protected. Some of these areas serve as reference sites for many other countries with damaged... more...
- Taylor Trade Publishing 2000; US$ 17.99
There's more than one kind of Texas native-we share our magnificent state with numerous other species some with four legs or more and some with no legs at all. Naturalist Jim Harris has studied most of them, and in Lone Star Menagerie he shares some little-known facts, fascinating tales, and amusing personal experiences with these creatures that we... more...
- Elsevier Science 2012; US$ 72.95
Physiological Mechanisms of Marine Pollutant Toxicity contains the proceedings of a symposium on ""Pollution and Marine Organisms"" held at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina, on November 30 to December 3, 1981. It explores the effects of pollutants, such as petroleum hydrocarbons, heavy metals, and pesticides, on the physiology... more...
- National Library of Australia 2009; US$ 2.99
See the quiet quokka rocking her baby to sleep and the noisy numbat banging on the drums. Watch the energetic emu winning her race and the lazy lizard lounging in the sun (with his sunscreen on, of course). Have fun with words and their opposites in Aussie Animal Opposites and see what these 24 Aussie animals get up to. more...
- Edward Elgar Publishing 2013; US$ 40.00
This book provides a wide-ranging comparative analysis of contemporary economic, social, political and environmental change in small islands, island states and territories, through every ocean. It focuses on those island realms conventionally perceived as developing, rather than developed, in the Caribbean, Pacific and Indian Oceans. John Connell examines... more...