annotated bibliography of behavior, ecology, and taxonomy of the genus Canis by Gregory B. Geise

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StatementGregory B. Geise.
LC ClassificationsZ7996.C27 G43, QL737.C22 G43
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Pagination86 leaves ;
Number of Pages86
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