The mammals of Trans-Pecos Texas including Big Bend and Guadalupe Mountains National Parks /

One hundred and five species of mammals are native to the trans-Pecos region of Texas. The greatly varied terrain, climate and vegetation make its mammalian life exceptionally varied, ranging from tiny shrews to great elks, from bats to aquatic beavers and muskrats, from desert-dwelling kangaroo rat...

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Main Authors: Yancey, Franklin D. (Author), Schmidly, David J., 1943- (Author), Manning, Richard W. (Author), Kasper, Stephen, 1956- (Author)
Other Authors: Martin, Chester O. (Illustrator), Lutterschmidt, William I. (writer of foreword.), Chapman, Brian R. (writer of foreword.)
Format: Book
Published: College Station : Texas A&M University Press, [2023].
Edition:Second edition.
Series:Integrative natural history series.

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