A contribution to the mammalogy of the Sinai Peninsula

@inproceedings{Saleh1998ACT,
  title={A contribution to the mammalogy of the Sinai Peninsula},
  author={Mostafa A Saleh and Mohammad I. Basuony},
  year={1998}
}
Une enquete a ete entreprise sur le terrain pour recueillir des donnees sur la repartition actuelle des mammiferes terrestres de la peninsule du Sinai. Ce travail a couvert les principaux biotopes et de nombreuses localites. Diverses methodes de capture, en plus de l'observation directe des animaux, de leurs traces et d'autres indices de leur presence, ainsi que les indications donnees par les Bedouins, ont permis de collecter des indications sur la presence de 21 especes de mammiferes; en… 

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