The Amphibians of the Mamfe Division, Cameroons, Part I: Zoogeography and Systematics + Part II: Ecology of the Frogs, in 2 parts, complete
By Parker, H. W. and Sanderson, Ivan T.
Pp. 135-208; 1 full page color plate of frogs, 1 black-and-white plate of frogs, 16 text-figures. Extract (no wrappers), lg 8vo. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London for 1936, no. 9 + no. 10. From a zoological standpoint the Mamfe area is of particular interest because it lies outside the true rainforest yet its amphibian fauna is essentially that of a rainforest. Only 6 of the 49 species covered lie outside the rainforest province; the remaining 43 species are rainforest species that share many commonalities with other species found elsewhere in West Africa and in Central Africa and East Africa. No ownership marks.
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