3 edition of Population structure and survivorship in some Costa Rican lizards found in the catalog.
Population structure and survivorship in some Costa Rican lizards
Henry Sheldon Fitch
Bibliography: p. 39-41.
|Statement||by Henry S. Fitch.|
|Series||Occasional papers of the Museum of Natural History, no. 18, Occasional papers of the Museum of Natural History, the University of Kansas ;, no. 18.|
|LC Classifications||QL666.L2 F485|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||74620504|
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