Management of amphibians, reptiles, and small mammals in North America

proceedings of the symposium, July 19-21, 1988, Flagstaff, Arizona
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StatementRobert C. Szaro, Kieth E. Severson, and David R. Patton, technical coordinators ; sponsored by Arizona Chapter of the Wildlife Society, Arizona Game and Fish Department, Northern Arizona University, School of Forestry...[et al.]
SeriesGeneral technical report RM ;, 166
ContributionsSzaro, Robert C., Severson, Kieth E., Patton, David R., Wildlife Society. Arizona Chapter., Arizona. Game and Fish Dept., Northern Arizona University. School of Forestry.
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LC ClassificationsMLCM 93/01945 (Q)
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Pagination458 p. :
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Open LibraryOL1812340M
LC Control Number89601892
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