3 edition of Flora & fauna of the Caribbean found in the catalog.
Flora & fauna of the Caribbean
Peter R. Bacon
by Key Caribbean Publications in Port of Spain, Trinidad (P.O. Box 21, Port of Spain)
Written in English
|Other titles||Flora and fauna of the Caribbean.|
|Statement||by Peter R. Bacon.|
|LC Classifications||QH109.A1 B33 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||319 p. :|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||81132001|
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Our tropical Caribbean climate facilitates our renowned diverse ecosystems. It shelters, nurtures and stimulates the beautiful plants and animals life in Jamaica. Jamaica's plant life however has changed considerably over the centuries. flora and fauna The tropical rain forest is the most diverse biome on earth. It is full of some of the most interesting plants and animals on this earth from frogs that can kill just from touching them to adorable cats that can walk down trees upside down.
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Pages in category "Fauna of the Caribbean" The following 50 pages are in this category, out of 50 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
In addition, an introductory section focuses on the unique characteristics of the Caribbean’s fauna and flora, the threats faced by both, and some of the steps being taken to sustain the area’s extraordinary natural heritage. Wildlife of the Caribbean is the essential field guide for learning about the living wonders in this area of the by: 1.
This category contains articles related to the flora of the Caribbean.; Wikimedia Commons has media related to Flora of the Caribbean.: For the purposes of this category, "Caribbean" is defined in accordance with the World Geographical Scheme for Recording Plant Distributions (WGSRPD); that is, it is defined as a region of Southern America, comprising.
The Dutch born Austrian botanist, N.J. Jacquin () is one of the most important early contributors to the Caribbean flora. As opposed to Linnaeus, who never visited the West Indies, Jacquin spent nearly 5 years () in the Caribbean region (West Indies and the north coast of South America) collecting plants and seeds for the.
Caribbean Flora & Fauna The Caribbean islands were born bare, without any animals or plants. Except for Trinidad, all of the West Indies are classified as oceanic islands, formed from fiery volcanic upheavals and other cataclysmic events. The Caribbean Islands accumulated their plant and animal populations.
In addition, an introductory section focuses on the unique characteristics of the Caribbean’s fauna and flora, the threats faced by both, and some of the steps being taken to sustain the area’s extraordinary natural heritage.
Wildlife of the Caribbean is the essential field guide for learning about the living wonders in this area of the world. (shelved 1 time as flora-and-fauna) avg rating — 22, ratings — published Want to Read saving.
The author, Lesley Sutty has lived and worked in the Caribbean for over 20 years. Her research has made her one of the foremost authorities on the anthropological and natural history of the Caribbean.
This book is her personal tribute to the fauna she has lived with and : Lesley Sutty. The flora, fauna, wildlife and marine life of Secret Bay. Secret Bay Resort has worked hard to preserve and re-establish the wildlife that thrives here.
It is not just about creating a place to stay, but also capturing Dominica in a time when her land and wildlife were valued not just for what they could provide, but as cohabitants in a. Flora & fauna of the Caribbean an introduction to the ecology of the West Indies by Peter R.
Bacon. Published by Key Caribbean Publications in Port of Spain, Trinidad (P.O. Port of Spain). Written in EnglishPages: Americas and the Caribbean is a diverse region brimming with natural wonders. Its landscapes range from rugged mountains and arid deserts to lush and fertile rainforests, and from cold, turbulent oceanic waters and roaring rivers to warm, crystal-clear tropical seas.
The Neotropical realm (Central. OCLC Number: Notes: Errata sheet laid in. Description: pages: illustrations (some color), maps ; 23 cm: Other Titles: Flora and fauna of the Caribbean. Caribbean Wildlife & Marine Life Diverse Caribbean wildlife. Other Caribbean wildlife and marine life found include: turtles (leatherbacks, greens, hawksbills), whales, dolphins, stingrays, Antillean Manatee and Iguana (the endangered black iguana or swamper, and also wild green iguanas).
A Compilation of Quotations & Flora and Fauna Photographs vii A Note from MABIC I t is an honour to write a note for this fascinating book, “Flora and Fauna of the AIMST. Modern home and pool on titled land at condo prices in paradise.
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As time progresses, more and more plants are being classified, but as of now, the count is pretty solid: about 4, native species divided into these two flowering.About this Item: The Crown Agents for the Colonies, London, Hardcover. Condition: Very Good.
1st Edition. Large 8vo size book, pages, folding map, numerous black and white illustrations in the text, contents of the book in very good condition, top edge slightly spotted, bound in original cloth, spine faded and marked, wear to the top of the front hinge, ink ownership inscription in.