Advances in the study of mammalian behavior

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Published by American Society of Mammalogists, Copies from Vertebrate Museum, Shippensburg State College in [Stillwater, Okla.], Shippensburg, Pa .

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Statementedited by John F. Eisenberg and Devra G. Kleiman.
SeriesSpecial publication / American Society of Mammalogists ;, no. 7, Special publication (American Society of Mammalogists) ;, no. 7.
ContributionsEisenberg, John Frederick., Kleiman, Devra G.
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LC ClassificationsQL739.3 .A38 1983
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 753 p. :
Number of Pages753
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3512988M
LC Control Number82073762

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