Title: Primatologia: Volume I, Systematik: ...
Publisher: S. Karger
Publication Date: 1956
Book Condition: Good
Publisher: S. Karger Date of Publication: 1956 Binding: hardcover Edition: Condition: Good + Description: In German, some papers in English. From Anthroplogy Library, University of California, Berkeley, with usual library markings. Blue boards, green letters/design, worn, spine cover torn. Hinges cracking. Nine sections: Ubersicht uber das System der Primates (Fiedler); Palaontologie und Evolution der Primaten, Besonders der Nicht-Hominoiden (Remane); Die Fossilgeschichte der Hominoidea (Heberer); Fortpflanzungsbiologie (Harms); Schwangerschaft und Geburt (Harms); Primitiventwicklung und Plazentation der Primaten (Starck); Postembryologic Age Changes (Schultz); The Occurrence & Frequency of Pathological & Teratological Considerations & of Twinning Among Non-Human Primates (Schultz); Serologische Stammbaumforschung (Kramp). Numerous illustrations, photos (some in color), maps, tables. 1063pp. Bookseller Inventory # 004595
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