The Mammals of North America
By E. Raymond Hall
Reprinted here from the 1981 second edition by John Wiley and Sons, The Mammals of North America is the only work to provide all-inclusive information for the entire continent and continues to be an indispensable reference source for zoologists, botanists, entomologists, epidemiologists, parasitologists – all whose interests touch on native mammals.
E. Raymond Hall was one of the outstanding mammalogists of the 20th century. The Mammals of North America is considered to be among the most important faunal works ever published. Hall was President of the American Society of Mammalogists in 1940-41. He was Director of the Museum of Natural History at the University of Kansas in Lawrence from 1944 until his retirement in 1967.
“A truly impressive work with taxonomical data of incomparable scientific authority. In terms of reference questions to be answered this is a great and useful set superseding previous authorities and a monument to descript scientific achievement. An absolutely essential item for college and university reference collections.” Library Journal
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