OUR DYING FAUNA. A personal perspective on a changing environment

By: Douglas, Athol M.:

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Perth, Creative Research / Biological Services, 1980. Pict. stiffened wrappers, illust., pp. 170. Fine. ISBN 0 908469 08 X. The author was a long-serving member of the Western Australian Museum. "Because of his concern about the destruction of habitats and the disappearance of creatures he has known from his childhood, he has discarded scientific mystique and jargon so frequently adopted by 'professionals', to relate his observations to a wider audience ... Mr Douglas clearly demonstrates that without a knowledge of the vital role of the invertebrates all attempts to conserve the environmnt are forlorn window-dressing" (cover blurb).

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