Mammals of South-east Asia

 
 
Bloomsbury Natural History (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 9. März 2017
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  • 128 Seiten
 
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978-1-4729-3799-5 (ISBN)
 
This compact, easy-to-use identification guide describes 192 species of mammals found in South-east Asia, covering each major genus. The book features thumbnail silhouettes, a regional distribution map, and up-to-date tips on the best wildlife localities.

Illustrated with clear colour photography and brief but authoritative descriptions the Pocket Photo Guides highlight the species of animals from each region that the traveller is most likely to see, as well as those that are truly endemic (only to be seen in that country or region) or special rarities. The genuine pocket size allow the books to be carried around on trips and excursions and will take up minimal rucksack and suitcase space.
1. Auflage
  • Englisch
  • London
  • |
  • Großbritannien
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
More than 200 photographs
  • 37,11 MB
978-1-4729-3799-5 (9781472937995)
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Charles Francis first started studying mammals in South East Asia in 1979 and has since become one of the leading experts on mammals in the region. He has written numerous research papers on both mammals and birds, including the descriptions of several new species of bats, as well as three books. He is currently a research manager at the National Wildlife Research Centre of the Canadian Wildlife Service.
  • Cover
  • Title
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • How to use this book
  • Key to coloured tabs
  • Glossary
  • Map
  • Species Descriptions
  • Pangolins
  • SUNDA PANGOLIN
  • Insectivores
  • MOONRAT
  • SHORT-TAILED GYMNURE
  • WHITE-TOOTHED SHREWS
  • SAVI'S PYGMY SHREW
  • Treeshrews
  • COMMON TREESHREW
  • LESSER TREESHREW
  • MOUNTAIN TREESHREW
  • Colugos
  • SUNDA COLUGO
  • Bats
  • FLYING FOXES
  • ROUSETTES
  • SHORT-NOSED FRUIT BATS
  • TAILLESS FRUIT BATS
  • DAYAK FRUIT BAT
  • SPOTTED-WINGED FRUIT BAT
  • BLACK-CAPPED FRUIT BAT
  • LONG-TONGUED NECTAR BAT
  • CAVE NECTAR BAT
  • SHEATH-TAILED BATS
  • BLACK-BEARDED TOMB BAT
  • LESSER MOUSE-TAILED BAT
  • KITTI'S HOG-NOSED BAT
  • MALAYAN SLIT-FACED BAT
  • FALSE VAMPIRES
  • HORSESHOE BATS
  • ROUNDLEAF BATS
  • TAILLESS ROUNDLEAF BATS
  • TRIDENT ROUNDLEAF BAT
  • PIPISTRELLES
  • MOUSE-EARED BATS
  • FALSE-SEROTINES
  • BAMBOO BATS
  • HARLEQUIN BAT
  • BENT-WINGED BATS
  • WOOLLY BATS or BUTTERFLY BATS
  • GROOVE-TOOTHED BATS
  • HAIRY-WINGED BAT
  • WRINKLE-LIPPED BAT
  • Primates
  • SUNDA SLOW LORIS
  • WESTERN TARSIER
  • LONG-TAILED MACAQUE
  • RHESUS MACAQUE
  • ASSAMESE MACAQUE
  • SOUTHERN PIG-TAILED MACAQUE
  • STUMP-TAILED MACAQUE
  • WHITE-THIGHED LANGUR
  • MITRED LANGUR
  • SUNDAIC SILVERED LANGUR
  • DUSKY LANGUR
  • PHAYRE'S LANGUR
  • FRANCOIS'S LANGUR
  • DOUCS
  • TONKIN SNUB-NOSED MONKEY
  • PROBOSCIS MONKEY
  • WHITE-HANDED GIBBON
  • PILEATED GIBBON
  • AGILE GIBBON
  • JAVAN GIBBON
  • BORNEAN GIBBON
  • KLOSS'S GIBBON
  • HOOLOCK GIBBON
  • BLACK CRESTED GIBBON
  • WHITE-CHEEKED GIBBON
  • BUFF-CHEEKED GIBBON
  • SIAMANG
  • ORANGUTAN
  • Carnivores
  • GOLDEN JACKAL
  • DHOLE
  • ASIAN BLACK BEAR
  • SUN BEAR
  • YELLOW-THROATED MARTEN
  • HOG BADGER
  • FERRET-BADGERS
  • ORIENTAL SMALL-CLAWED OTTER
  • SMOOTH OTTER
  • EURASIAN OTTER
  • LARGE INDIAN CIVET
  • MALAY CIVET
  • LITTLE CIVET
  • BANDED LINSANG
  • COMMON PALM CIVET
  • SMALL-TOOTHED PALM CIVET
  • MASKED PALM CIVET
  • BANDED CIVET
  • BINTURONG
  • CRAB-EATING MONGOOSE
  • SMALL ASIAN MONGOOSE
  • TIGER
  • LEOPARD
  • CLOUDED LEOPARD
  • MARBLED CAT
  • ASIAN GOLDEN CAT
  • FISHING CAT
  • LEOPARD CAT
  • FLAT-HEADED CAT
  • JUNGLE CAT
  • Whales and Dolphins
  • IRRAWADDY DOLPHIN
  • Sea Cows
  • DUGONG
  • Elephants
  • ASIAN ELEPHANT
  • Odd-toed Ungulates
  • ASIAN TAPIR
  • LESSER ONE-HORNED RHINOCEROS
  • ASIAN TWO-HORNED RHINOCEROS
  • Even-toed Ungulates
  • EURASIAN WILD PIG
  • BEARDED PIG
  • LESSER MOUSEDEER
  • SAMBAR
  • JAVAN RUSA
  • ELD'S (BROW-ANTLERED) DEER
  • HOG DEER
  • RED MUNTJAC
  • BORNEAN YELLOW MUNTJAC
  • ANNAMITE MUNTJAC
  • LARGE-ANTLERED MUNTJAC
  • GAUR
  • BANTENG
  • WILD WATER BUFFALO
  • SOUTHERN SEROW
  • LONG-TAILED GORAL
  • SAOLA
  • Rodents
  • GIANT SQUIRRELS
  • BEAUTIFUL TREE SQUIRRELS
  • HIMALAYAN STRIPED SQUIRREL
  • BORNEAN MOUNTAIN GROUND SQUIRREL
  • GIANT FLYING SQUIRRELS
  • WHISKERED FLYING SQUIRREL
  • ARROW-TAILED FLYING SQUIRRELS
  • HOUSE MOUSE
  • SUMATRAN SHREW-MOUSE
  • RATS
  • BURMESE BANDICOOT-RAT
  • RED SPINY MAXOMYS
  • NIVIVENTERS
  • INDOMALAYAN BAMBOO RAT
  • LESSER BAMBOO RAT
  • EAST ASIAN PORCUPINE
  • JAVAN PORCUPINE
  • BRUSH-TAILED PORCUPINE
  • LONG-TAILED PORCUPINE
  • Hares and Rabbits
  • STRIPED RABBITS
  • Further reading
  • Index

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