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Comparison of ungulate adapations in the new world and the old world tropical forests with special reference to Ceylon and the rain-forests of Central America

, : Comparison of ungulate adapations in the new world and the old world tropical forests with special reference to Ceylon and the rain-forests of Central America. IUCN Publs (New Series), 242: 585-602


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