Lemurs of Madagascar Pocket Identification Guide

Traveling to Madagascar? Searching for lemurs? This is a must-have companion to your trip.

This laminated pocket guide with over 100 illustrations to identify species and individual maps for locating them is the tool to have on hand. In addition, you can use the checklist to note the location and date of the species you find. And it truly fits in your pocket!

This title is out of print and we are no longer offering it for sale.

 

Conservation International and the IUCN Primate Specialist Group have published two new pocket guides, Nocturnal Lemurs and Diurnal and Cathemeral Lemurs, which together encompass the ninety-nine currently recognized species and subspecies of lemurs. 

 

Our understanding of this diversity has improved substantially since the first lemur field guide was published in 1994, and the number of taxa now recognized has grown beyond the panels of our first folding guide that we produced in 2005.  Presenting the lemurs of Madagascar in two separate guides – one for the diurnal species, one for the nocturnal – allows more space for additional color morphs, new country maps and detailed facial portraits. Dividing the species by their activity patterns also offers an advantage in the field: the ability to bring along the right guide for the species you’re most likely to see, be it a morning hike or a nighttime excursion.

Lemurs of Madagascar Pocket Identification Guide: Diurnal and Cathemeral Lemurs
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Lemurs of Madagascar Pocket Identification Guide: Nocturnal Lemurs
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