Introduction Raisonnée à la Biogéographie de l’Afrique
By Croizat, Leon
Pp. 451; 47 text-figures and maps. Original printed tan wrappers, lg 8vo. From the series: Memorias da Sociedade Broteriana, volume 20. This work presents Croizat’s views on the biogeography of Africa based on an analysis of the flora and fauna coupled with an emphasis on vicariance biogeography. The text is in French but the volume concludes with a 15 page summary in English. From the library of Stanford ichthyologist George Sprague Myers with his circular name stamp on the front wrap and title page. This volume is stamped “hommage se l’auteur” on the front endpaper. It appears this copy was presented to George Sprague Myers by Leon Croizat. Rare work seldom offered.
|Publisher Place||Coimbra, Portugal|
|Date Published Estimated||No|
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|Condition Description||Bump to top outer corner, text shows no signs of use; a bright and clean copy in very good condition.|