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BATS Magazine

VOLUME 6, NO. 1 Spring 1988


REVIEW

A GUIDE TO THE BATS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Terance B. Reardon and Stanley C. Flavel

The South Australian Museum in association with the Field Naturalists' Society of South Australia (Inc.), 1987, 87 pages

The authors provide an excellent introduction to South Australia's 20 species of bats. The book is written at the layman's level, but its primary usefulness will be for the beginning student who wishes to study bats. Its exceptionally well illustrated key, range maps, summary of basic knowledge and high quality color photographs will be useful to laymen and professional mammalogists alike. It also includes a brief list of references for further reading and a glossary. Available from South Australian Museum, North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia 5000.

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All articles in this issue:
On the Cover
The Bat in Navajo Lore
Flying Foxes and Economics
Bat Conservation Progress in Southeast Asia
Putting CITES to Work for Flying Foxes
Finding Solutions
An African Diary
Flying Fox Bibliography Available
THE ONE GIFT
New BCI Trustee
How BCI is Funded
New Means of Supporting Bat Conservation
REVIEW
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Corporate Partners
Call for Articles

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