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Author    Dodd, C. Kenneth

Title   Synopsis of the Biological Data on the Loggerhead Sea Turtle Caretta caretta (Linnaeus 1758)

Inventory number   979469

1988. 28cm. Pp.110. 9 figures, 31 tables, bibliography. Paperback.

Synopsis of the Biological Data on the Loggerhead Sea Turtle is the first report to collate and synthesise published data on the biology and management of Caretta caretta. More than 850 literature references were covered. Topics include taxonomy, morphology, life history, population biology, exploitation, protection, and management.

Synopsis of the Biological Data on the Loggerhead Sea Turtle

Price = 18.50 GBP


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