This title, published with support from the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI), includes chapters on the evolution, biogeography, ecology and echolocation of bats, and provides accounts for the 116 bat species known to occur in southern and central Africa. The identification of families, genera and species is aided by character matrices. The species accounts provide descriptions, measurements, and diagnostic characters, as well as detailed information on the distribution, habitat, roosting habits, foraging ecology, and reproduction of each species. Photographs of the bats, including their skulls and dentition, and accurate time-expanded echolocation call spectrograms illustrate the accounts.
Cotterill, and M. Corrie Schoeman. Africa): Wits University Press. This book is a comprehensive examination of all bat. taxa known to occur in southern and central Africa.
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Ara Monadjem is an associate professor in the department of biological sciences at the University of Swaziland. Peter Taylor is an associate professor in the department of ecology and resource management in the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of Venda.
and Taxonomic Synthesis by Ara Monadjem, Peter John Taylor, . Woody) Cotterill & M. Corrie Schoeman This is far from a dry and difficult to read synthesis of the taxonomy of bats but rather an easy to read consolidation of much of what we know about the bats of southern an. .
Woody) Cotterill & M. Wits University Press, Johannesburg. This is far from a dry and difficult to read synthesis of the taxonomy of bats but rather an easy to read consolidation of much of what we know about the bats of southern and Central Africa.
Ara Monadjem, Peter John Taylor, Woody Cotterill. Several years in the making, this book is due to be co-published by Wits University Press and the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) in early 2010 as a full-colour book including colour plates of bats, skull photographs, and spectrograms of bat echolocation calls. Full-colour distribution maps comprise the core of the book, and these accurate point maps (with modeled potential ranges overlaid) illustrate the distribution of 102 species of bats throughout south-central Africa. Previous works provided only shaded range maps.
By: Ara Monadjem, FPD Cotterill, MC Schoeman-Malan and M Corrie Schoeman. 596 pages, Col photos, figs, dist maps. Publisher: Wits University Press.
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by Ara Monadjem (Author), Peter John Taylor (Author), Woody Cotterill (Author), M. Corrie Schoeman (Author), Steven M. Goodman (Foreword) & 2 more. ISBN-13: 978-1868145089. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.
and Central Africa : A Biogeographic and Taxonomic Synthesis.
Bats of Southern and Central Africa : A Biogeographic and Taxonomic Synthesis.