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Biological Sciences
  • Author:
    Peter Taylor
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    0869809423
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    978-0869809426
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    University Of KwaZulu-Natal Press (December 19, 1998)
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    168 pages
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of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is protected by. law, and is classified as vulnerable in the South. The small mammals at five sites on each of six land types in the afforestable grasslands of the northern Eastern Cape Province were sampled. Sampling grids consisting of 100 equally spaced trapping points were used. Mean species richness and relative abundance per hectare did not differ significantly over the land types.

Areas of forest which grow in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa mostly on south facing slopes in higher rainfall areas, and along the humid coastal areas. Different types of forest can be identified by their species composition which depends mostly on the. Different types of forest can be identified by their species composition which depends mostly on the altitude, latitude and substrate (soil and rock types) in which they grow. South facing slopes are favourable for the development of forest as they are more shaded, and therefore cooler and retain more moisture than the northern slopes.

Swaziland is a small, topographically diverse southern Africa country whose mammalian fauna has been poorly . and Meester, J. (1982) Habitat preferences and abundance relations of small mammals in the Natal Drakensberg.

Swaziland is a small, topographically diverse southern Africa country whose mammalian fauna has been poorly studied. The distributions of small mammals in Swaziland were surveyed at 39 localities  .

Taylor, Peter J. Neef, Götz Keith, Mark Weier, Sina Monadjem, Ara and Parker, Daniel M. 2018. ZooKeys, Vol. 779, Issue. Taylor, Peter J. Denys, Christiane and Cotterill, Fenton . Taxonomic anarchy or an inconvenient truth for conservation? Accelerated species discovery reveals evolutionary patterns and heightened extinction threat in Afro-Malagasy small mammals.

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Are you sure you want to remove The smaller mammals of KwaZulu₋Natal from your list? The smaller mammals of KwaZulu₋Natal. by Peter John Taylor. Published 1989 by University of Natal Press in Pietermaritzburg Places. KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

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Because of its climactic and topographic variability, KwaZulu-Natal is faunally extremely rich, containing over one-half of all the smaller mammals of the . Target/Movies, Music & Books/Books/All Book Genres/Education Books‎. product description page

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KwaZulu-Natal is a province of South Africa that was created in 1994 when the Zulu bantustan of KwaZulu ("Place of the Zulu" in Zulu) and Natal Province were merged.

His book on "The smaller mammals of KwaZulu-Natal" was published by University of Natal Press in 1998, and . Peter Taylor founded the Durban Bat Interest Group (DBIG) in February 1994.

His book on "The smaller mammals of KwaZulu-Natal" was published by University of Natal Press in 1998, and a full color popular field guide on "Bats of Southern Africa" was published in November 2000. He belongs to the Wildlife Society of Southern Africa, the Zoological Society of Southern Africa, the Natal Evolutionary Biology Society and the Southern African Museums Association (Natal Branch). The group currently numbers some 150 individuals, and was nominated for the "Conservationist of the.

Because of its climactic and topographic variability, KwaZulu-Natal is faunally extremely rich, containing over one-half of all the smaller mammals of the entire African subregion.