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Crows Nest: Allen and Unwin, (2002. reprint). Octavo, colour plates, paperback. This is the enigmatic story of a biological riddle that confounded scientists for nearly ninety years, challenging theories of creationism, evolution and the classification of species along the way. Also available in hardcover [stock id 15518].
Gland: IUCN, 1996. Quarto, paperback, colour photographs, maps. Presents the most comprehensive and up-to-date information available on the 36 wild cats of the world. It includes the first published collection of detailed range maps and some of the first photographs of rare species in the wild. It provides a thorough...
London: Philosophical Transactions, . Large quarto, four lithographic plates, later stiff wrappers, the bookplate of P. J. Moors. One of a series of brilliant papers published in the Philosophical Transactions by Richard Owen which lead to the conclusion that the Monotremata were egg laying mammals.
Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, (2000. reprint). Octavo, photographs, fine copy in dustwrapper. A complete and up to date examination of the behaviour, social history and extinction of the thylacine. The author challenges many conventional ideas about the species and the causes of its extinction.
London: Bat Conservation Trust, 2007. Quarto, paperback, To conserve bats effectively, and to meet national and international statutory obligations and agreements, there is a clear need for quality controls and appropriate levels of bat survey to be established. To date, there has been uncertainty around the type of survey and...