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A Field Guide to the Mammals of Central America & Southeast Mexico

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This is the only field guide to provide comprehensive coverage of the mammals of Central America and southeast Mexico. The fully revised second edition includes 21 new species, as well as updated illustrations and distribution maps. Each species account provides measurements, descriptions, and comparisons with similar species, and is accompanied by a range map showing where the species can be found in the region.

The 49 full-color animal plates contain similar species portrayed to scale on the same plate, with tracks and feet shown on the facing-page. 4 new full-color maps provide visual views of parks and protected areas, biomes, elevations and habitat loss, as well as a political map of the region. The book also features a detailed introduction with sections on how and where to find mammals and a listing of the most endangered species in the region.

About the Author

Fiona Reid has written and illustrated numerous mammal guides, including a new Peterson Field Guide to Mammals of North America. She also leads nature tours. She wrote and illustrated the first edition of A Field Guide to the Mammals of Central America and Southeast Mexico (OUP, 1997).

Table of Contents

How to Use this Book

Introduction

How to Find Mammals

Studying Mammals

The Need for Further Research

Where to Find Mammals

Conservation of Mammals in Central America

American Opossums (Order Didelphimorphia, Family Didelphidae)

Anteaters and Sloths(Order Pilosa)

Anteaters (Families Myrmecophagidae and Cyclopedidae)

Sloths (Families Megalonychidae and Bradypodidae)

Armadillos (Order Cingulata, Family Dasypodidae)

Shrews (Order Soricomorpha, Family Soricidae)

Bats (Order Chiroptera)

Sac-winged Bats (Family Emballonuridae)

Fishing or Bulldog Bats (Family Noctilionidae)

Leaf-chinned Bats (Family Mormoopidae)

Leaf-nosed Bats (Family Phyllostomidae)

Funnel-eared Bats (Family Natalidae)

Thumbless Bats (Family Furipteridae)

Disk-winged Bats (Family Thyropteridae)

Plain-nosed Bats (Family Vespertilionidae)

Free-tailed Bats (Family Molossidae)

Monkeys (Order Primates)

Tamarins, Capuchins and Squirrel Monkeys (Family Cebidae)

Night Monkeys (Family Aotidae)

Spider and Howler Monkeys (Family Atelidae)

Rodents (Order Rodentia)

Squirrels (Family Sciuridae)

Pocket Gophers (Family Geomyidae)

Kangaroo Rats and Pocket Mice (Family Heteromyidae)

Rats and Mice (Family Cricetidae)

New World Porcupines (Family Erethizontidae)

Capybaras (Family Caviidae)

Agoutis and Acouchis (Family Dasyproctidae)

Pacas (Family Cuniculidae)

Spiny Rats and Tree Rats (Family Echimyidae)

Rabbits and Hares (Order Lagomorpha, Family Leporidae)

Carnivores (Order Carnivora)

Dogs and Foxes (Family Canidae)

Raccoons and Allies (Family Procyonidae)

Weasels and Allies (Family Mustelidae)

Skunks (Family Mephitidae)

Cats (Family Felidae)

Manatees and Dugongs (Order Sirenia, Family Trichechidae)

Odd-Toed Ungulates (Order Perissodactyla)

Tapirs (Family Tapiridae)

Even-Toed Ungulates (Order Artiodactyla)

Peccaries (Family Tayassuidae)

Deer (Family Cervidae)

Whales, Dolphins, and Porpoises (Order Cetacea)

Ocean Dolphins (Family Delphinidae)

Sperm Whale (Family Physeteridae)

Pygmy and Dwarf Sperm Whales (Family Kogiidae)

Beaked Whales (Family Ziphiidae)

Rorqual Whales (Family Balaenopteridae)

Product Details

ISBN:
9780195343236
Author:
Reid, Fiona A.
Publisher:
Oxford University Press, USA
Author:
Reid, Silver Osb Osb
Author:
null, Fiona A.
Author:
Reid, Fiona
Subject:
Mammals
Subject:
Zoological illustration.
Subject:
Oceans & Seas
Subject:
Life Sciences - Zoology - Mammals
Subject:
Mammals -- Central America.
Subject:
Animals - Mammals
Subject:
Ecosystems & Habitats - Oceans & Seas
Subject:
Life Sciences | Vertebrate Zoology | Mammalogy
Subject:
Nature Studies-Mammals
Publication Date:
20090631
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
52 halftone and 435 line illus.
Pages:
384
Dimensions:
9.10x6.10x.90 in. 1.50 lbs.

Related Subjects

Science and Mathematics » Biology » Zoology » Mammals
Science and Mathematics » Nature Studies » Central and South America
Science and Mathematics » Nature Studies » General
Science and Mathematics » Nature Studies » Mammals » General
Science and Mathematics » Nature Studies » Ocean and Marine Biology
Science and Mathematics » Oceanography » General

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