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Mammals in Wyoming 1St Edition Edition

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ISBN-10: 0893380253
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"Much new data . . . in a form usable to both technical and lay readers."--Robert S. Hoffmann, Director, National Museum of Natural History --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Tim W. Clark, graduate faculty member in biological sciences at Idaho State University and president of Biota Research and Consulting in Jackson, Wyoming, is the author of Ecology and Ethology of the White-Tailed Prairie Dog and coeditor of The Rare and Endangered Vascular Plants and Vertebrates of Wyoming.

Mark R. Stromberg, formerly with The Nature Conservancy, is resident director of National Audubon Society's Appleton-Whittel Biological Research Sanctuary in Arizona and is a research associate at the University of Colorado-Boulder. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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