By Catherine Allen
Following within the footsteps of Gale's acclaimed Grzimek's Animal lifestyles Encyclopedia, 2d Ed., Grzimek's pupil Animal lifestyles Resource deals vast, finished assurance of the animal state, starting from the straightforward -- sponges and corals -- to the advanced -- mammals. during this 20-volume set, animals are grouped by means of significant classifications: sponges; corals; jellyfishes; segmented worms; crustaceans and mollusks; bugs; fishes; amphibians; reptiles birds; and mammals.
In addition, this pupil variation comprises an summary with photographs and illustrations, and is found in each one quantity of the set. The "Words to grasp" part provides a pronunciation and definition in the textual content to clinical or different tough phrases and names. additionally integrated during this model are the Species record through Biome and Species checklist by means of Geographic variety.
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See Kangaroo mice; Kangaroo rats; Pocket mice Heteropteryx dilatata. See Jungle nymphs Hewitt’s ghost frogs, A 1: 113 Hexaprotodon liberiensis. See Pygmy hippopotamuses Hibernation and turtles, R 1: 65 Hicketies. ) Highland tuco-tucos, M 5: 1167, 1168 Hildebrandt’s horseshoe bats, M 2: 330 Himalaya flying frogs, A 3: 352 Himalayan accentors, B 4: 992 Himalayan vultures, B 1: 212 Himantopus himantopus. See Black-winged stilts Himatione sanguinea. ) Hippelates species. See Eye gnats Hippocampus erectus.
See Crested tree swifts Hemiprocnidae. See Tree swifts Hemiptera, I 2: 236–256 Hemisotidae. See Shovel-nosed frogs Grzimek’s Student Animal Life Resource Hemisquilla ensigera, CM 95 Hemisus barotseensis, A 2: 326 Hemisus marmatorus, A 2: 327 Hemisus sudanensis. See Marbled snout-burrowers Hemithyris psittacea. ) Herons, B 1: 143, 144, 145, 146, 149–159, 186 Herpestidae. See Fossa; Mongooses Herpestinae, M 3: 637 Herrings, F 73–78 Heterocephalus glaber. See Naked mole-rats Heterodon platirhinos.
See also False gharials Ghost bats, M 2: 304–311 See also Australian false vampire bats Ghost-faced bats, M 2: 358 Ghost frogs, A 1: 110–116 Ghost moths, I 2: 367 Ghost owls. ) Giant musk turtles, R 1: 64, 66 Giant nightjars. ) Giant sea scorpions, I 1: 9 Giant softshells, Asian, R 1: 95–96 Giant sperm whales. ) Giant toads. ) Giraffa camelopardalis. ) Giraffidae. ) Glareola pratincola. See Collared pratincoles Glareolidae. ) Glass lizards, R 2: 260, 261, 262 Glass shrimps. See Mysis relicta Glass snakes.