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Mammals of Arizona
     

Mammals of Arizona

by Donald F. Hoffmeister
 
"In a country which pioneered modern methods of studying mammals, this book stands out in its scope and depth of treatment. . . . This is, withouth a doubt, the most comprehensive book yet produced on the mammals of a state, province, or geographic region in North America. . . . Essential reading."--Canadian Field-Naturalist

"Don Hoffmeister is one of the

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"In a country which pioneered modern methods of studying mammals, this book stands out in its scope and depth of treatment. . . . This is, withouth a doubt, the most comprehensive book yet produced on the mammals of a state, province, or geographic region in North America. . . . Essential reading."--Canadian Field-Naturalist

"Don Hoffmeister is one of the most meticulous and diligent mammalogists of recent vintage. This excellent summation of the mammal fauna of Arizona . . . is a monument to these attributes."--The Quarterly Rebiew of Biology

"It's thouroughness reflects the highest professional standards."--Science Books & Films

"This splendid book is a monument in the study of Arizona mammals and the definitive reference on the subject."--Wildlife Book Review

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"[An] excellent summation of the mammal fauna of Arizona, where he has focused his attention during his entire professional life."—Quarterly Review of Biology"In a country which pioneered modern methods of studying mammals, this book stands out in its scope and depth of treatment. . . . This is, withouth a doubt, the most comprehensive book yet produced on the mammals of a state, province, or geographic region in North America. . . . Essential reading."—Canadian Field-Naturalist"Don Hoffmeister is one of the most meticulous and diligent mammalogists of recent vintage. This excellent summation of the mammal fauna of Arizona . . . is a monument to these attributes."—The Quarterly Rebiew of Biology"It's thouroughness reflects the highest professional standards."—Science Books & Films"This splendid book is a monument in the study of Arizona mammals and the definitive reference on the subject."—Wildlife Book Review

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780816508730
Publisher:
University of Arizona Press
Publication date:
08/28/1986
Pages:
602
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x (d)

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