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MAMMALS OF THE CALIFORNIA DESERTAuthor(s): William F. Laudenslayer; Karen B. Buckingham; Theodore A. Rado
Source: The California Desert: An introduction to natural resources and man's impact. June Latting books, Riverside CA 665pp
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationLaudenslayer, William F.; Buckingham, Karen B.; Rado, Theodore A. 1995. MAMMALS OF THE CALIFORNIA DESERT. The California Desert: An introduction to natural resources and man''s impact. June Latting books, Riverside CA 665pp
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