Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009. Large octavo, dustwrapper, BRAND NEW. With 1300 entries of the scientists whose names are linked to over 200 mammal species. This is a very handy reference for anyone interested in the history and nomenclature of natural history.
MAMMALS - Taxonomy
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London: A & C Black, 2004. Octavo, dustwrapper, This book is a complete listing of all recognised mammal species in the world and covers 5,027 species. English and scientific names are given for each species as well as a brief summary of each species' range. An invaluable reference.
Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005. Large octavo, paperback, black and white photographs, text illustrations. James L. Patton served as Curator of Mammals in the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, and as Professor of Integrative Biology at the University of California, Berkeley, from 1969 until 2001. This book aims to bring...
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, (1999. sixth edition). Quarto, photographs., very good set in dustwrappers. One of the classics of mammalian literature, constantly upgraded and always value for money.
Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005. Octavo, paperback, illustrations. Mammals first evolved at about the same time as dinosaurs, and their story is perhaps the more fascinating of the two--in part because it is also our own story. In this literate and entertaining book, eminent naturalist David Rains Wallace brings...