The Geographical Distribution of Animals: With a Study of the Relations of Living and Extinct Faunas as Elucidating the Past Changes of the Earth's Surface, 1. köide

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Hafner Publishing Company, 1962

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Contents

CHAPTER II
10
Means of Dispersal of Mammalia p 10Climate as a Limit to the Range
17
CHAPTER III
35
ON ZOOLOGICAL REGIONA
50
Principles upon which Zoological Regions should be formed p 53Which class
56
Map of the Pal¿arctic Region
73
CHAPTER V
83
Classification of the Mammalia p 85Classification of Birds p 92Classifica
104
Zoological Characteristics of the Pal¿arctic Region p 181Summary of Pal¿
220
CHAPTER XI
251
Map of the Ethiopian Region
252
Plate IV Characteristic Animals of East Africa
260
Plate VI Scene in Madagascar with Characteristic Animals
278
Zoological Characteristics of the Ethiopian Region p 252Summary of Ethio
280
Map of the Oriental Region
283
SURFACE
313

Historic and Postpliocene Period p 110Pliocene Period p 112General
113
EXTINCT MAMMALIA OF THE NEW WORLD
129
North AmericaPostpliocene Period p 129 Remarks on the Postpliocene
148
CHAPTER VIII
157
Extinct Mammalia of Australia p 157 Mammalian Remains of the Secondary
164
PART III
171
Plate I The Alps of Central Europe with Characteristic Animals
194
Plate II Characteristic Mammalia of Western Tartary
218
Zoological Characteristics of the Oriental Region p 315Summary of Oriental
328
CHAPTER XIII
387
Map of the Australian Region
388
General Zoological Characteristics of the Australian Region p 390Summary
407
Plate XI The Characteristic Mammalia of Tasmania
439
p 449Islets of the New Zealand Subregion p 453Reptiles Amphibia
473
Index to Vol I 489503
489
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