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The geography of mammals,

Author: William Lutley Sclater; Philip Lutley Sclater
Publisher: London, K. Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1899.
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Sclater, William Lutley, 1863-1944.
Geography of mammals.
London, K. Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., 1899
(OCoLC)596150537
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Lutley Sclater; Philip Lutley Sclater
OCLC Number: 3788599
Notes: The first seven chapters of this volume were written by W.L. Sclater, and published in the Geographical journal (1894-97) The eighth chapter was read by P.L. Sclater at a meeting of the Zoological society of London in 1897, and subsequently published in the society's Proceedings. The remaining chapters have been prepared by P.L. Sclater specially for this work.
Description: xviii, 335 pages including frontispiece, illustrations folded maps 23 cm
Responsibility: by William Lutley Sclater and Philip Lutley Sclater.

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