2 edition of Mammals of Turkey and Cyprus found in the catalog.
Mammals of Turkey and Cyprus
|Statement||Boris Krys̆tufek, Vladimír Vohralík.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||140|
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Although this piece is complete and stands on its own, I cannot avoid writing a few words on the 1st volume of the series, Mammals of Turkey and Cyprus: Introduction, Checklist, Insectivora.
The book covers, as the title implies, species within 4 rodent families. Although this piece is complete and stands on its own, I cannot avoid writing a few words on the 1st volume of the series, Mammals of Turkey and Cyprus: Introduction, Checklist, Insectivora (Kryŝtufek and Voharlík ).
The 1st volume is a “must have” piece in the Cited by: The bulk of this book is organized in 2 parts: an annotated checklist of the mammals of Turkey and Cyprus, and a compilation of the 17 insectivores known to occur in the area.
The authors explain that the 3 families addressed (Erinaceidea, 2 species; Soricidae, 11 species; and Talpidae, 4 species) are the only mammalian groups in this region Author: François Moutou.
[Show full abstract] volume in a series on the mammals of Turkey and Cyprus. The book covers, as the title implies, species within 4 rodent families. The book covers, as the title implies, species. The Etruscan shrew (Suncus etruscus), also known as the Etruscan pygmy shrew or the white-toothed pygmy shrew is the smallest known mammal by mass, weighing only about grams ( oz) on average (The bumblebee bat is regarded as the smallest mammal by skull size and body length).
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List of mammals of Northern Cyprus Last updated Novem This is a list of the mammal species recorded in Northern are seventeen mammal species in Northern Cyprus, of which one is critically endangered, three are vulnerable, and one is near threatened.
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Media in category "Mammals of Turkey" The following 14 files are in this category, out of 14 total. Toxicology of Marine Mammals focuses on the effects of natural and introduced toxicants on organs and systems in marine mammals.
It provides overviews on health status and contamination, with subsequent chapters devoted to whales, pinnipeds, dolphins, polar bears, manatees, and sea otters. Turkey is the only country that recognizes this proclamation; the rest of the world considers the whole island the Republic of Cyprus.
Iran It is a land of mountains and deserts: Iran’s central and eastern regions are mainly desert with few inhabitants, and the northern and western regions of the country are : R. Adam Dastrup, Ma, Gisp. The platypus and the echidnas (spiny anteaters) are the only monotremes, an order of mammals that lay eggs.
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Cyprus Animal Life; Cyprus Animal Life. ANIMAL LIFE. Mammals. The most famous Cypriot wild animal is the Moufflon. Visitors can see this shy mountain sheep in a large outdoor enclosure at Stavros tis Psokas, a large forest station in the Paphos forest. Flocks. Media in category "Mammals of Cyprus" The following 6 files are in this category, out of 6 total.
This list shows the IUCN Red List status of mammal species living in species is endangered, five are vulnerable, and 11 are near following tags are used to show each species' global status as on the IUCN Red List published by.
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Turkey is a predominantly mountainous country, and true lowland is confined to the coastal fringes. About one-fourth of the surface has an elevation above 4, feet (1, metres), and less than two-fifths lies below 1, feet ( metres).
Mountain crests exceed 7, feet.The goal of this book is to foster better knowledge of the mammalian fauna of the Mediterranean islands. The atlas presents the current state of knowledge of the past and present distribution of the non-flying terrestrial mammals of the Ionian and Aegean islands.
It provides a distribution map for each species with extensive references and a description of all the mammalian taxa.Reviews the book `Classification of Mammals: Above the Species Level,' by Malcolm C.
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