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by Walter Dalquest,Robert R. Hollander,Frederick B. Stangl

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  • ISBN 0915323052
  • ISBN13 978-0915323050
  • Language English
  • Author Walter Dalquest,Robert R. Hollander,Frederick B. Stangl
  • Publisher Midwestern State Univ Pr; 1st edition (June 1, 1994)
  • Pages 264
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  • Subcategory Science and Mathematics
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Deals with the 10,000-year evolution of modern mammalian desert fauna in the Northern Front Range of Culberson and Jeff Davis counties. Draws on regional research and early historical accounts dating prior to the turn of the century. Discusses numerous species and families, zoogeography of the region, the effects of human activities on the desert, and current status and future prospects. No index. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

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