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Field guide to the Cayuga Lake Region

Its flora, fauna, geology, and history

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        StatementPaleontological Research Institution
        PublishersPaleontological Research Institution
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        LC Classifications2009
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 64 p. :
        Number of Pages59
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        ISBN 10nodata
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        Introduction. How to use this book -- A History of the Cayuga Lake Region & the Cayuga Nature Center -- Geology of the Cayuga Lake Region -- Common local fossils -- Soils -- Topography of the Cayuga Nature Center -- Flora. Fungi and lichens -- Ferns and mosses -- Trees -- Wildflowers and other plants -- Fauna: Invertebrates. Insects -- Spiders and kin -- Land snails -- Other freshwater and land invertebrates -- Vertebrates. Amphibians -- Reptiles -- Birds -- Mammals. Photo credits & acknowledgments -- Sources of more information.

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