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
Land and Water p 35Continental Areas p 36Recent Changes in the Con
44
Principles upon which Zoological Regions should be formed p 53Which class
56
CHAPTER
83
Classification of the Mammalia p 85Classification of Birds p 92Classifica
104
Historic and Postpliocene Period p 110Pliocene Period p 112General
113
Extinct Mammalia of Australia p 157Mammalian Remains of the Secondary
168
Order of succession of the Regions p 173Cosmopolitan Groups p 175
175
Zoological Characteristics of the Palaearctic Begion p 181Summary of Palae
220
CHAPTER XI
251
Zoological Characteristics of the Ethiopian Region p 252Summary of Ethio
280
CHAPTER XII
313
Zoological Characteristics of the Oriental Region p 315Summary of Oriental
328
CHAPTER XIII
387

EXTINCT MAMMALIA OF THE NEW WORLD
129
North AmericaPostpliocene Period p 129Remarks on the Postpliocene
148
VARIOUs ExTINCT ANIMALs AND ON THE ANTIQUITY OF THE GENERA
157
General Zoological Characteristics of the Australian Region p 390Summary
407
p 449Islets of the New Zealand Subregion p 453Reptiles Amphibia
473
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