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The case of the monkeys that fell from the trees : and other mysteries in tropical nature / by Susan E. Quinlan.

Quinlan, Susan E. (Author).

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Ohio Twp PL - Bell Road Library J 508.313 QUI (Text) 39206019232089 J Non-Fiction Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 1563979020
  • Physical Description: 171 p. : ill., map ; 25 cm.
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: Honesdale, Pa. : Boyds Mills Press, 2003.

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 161-166).
Formatted Contents Note:
Where are all the animals? -- How many species? -- The monkey that fell from the trees -- The mystery of the ant-plant's army -- Tricksters in the trees -- The search for the deadly frog's poison -- The curious case of the helpful parasites -- The butterflies' strange pursuit -- The case of the winged fruit thieves -- The mystery in the monkey dung -- The mystery of the unknown pollinators -- How much forest is enough? -- The tropical symphony.
Summary, etc.:
A description of scientific research that explains tropical phenomena.
Subject: Forest ecology > Tropics > Juvenile literature.
Rain forest ecology.
Ecology.
Tropics.
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Introduction 9(6)
Where Are All the Animals?
15(16)
How Many Species?
31(6)
The Monkey That Fell From the Trees
37(12)
The Mystery of the Ant-Plant's Army
49(10)
Tricksters in the Trees
59(16)
The Search for the Deadly Frog's Poison
75(10)
The Curious Case of the Helpful Parasites
85(10)
The Butterflies' Strange Pursuit
95(10)
The Case of the Winged Fruit Thieves
105(12)
The Mystery in the Monkey Dung
117(12)
The Mystery of the Unknown Pollinators
129(12)
How Much Forest Is Enough?
141(18)
The Tropical Symphony 159(2)
Reference List 161(6)
Index 167


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