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oa Transvaal Museum Monographs - Boundary layer microclimate and Angolosaurus skoogi; (Sauria: Cordylidae) activity on a northern Namib dune. Comments on the reproductive biology of the Namib Desert dune lizard, Aporosaura anchietae, during two years of very different rainfall. Aspects of drinking by baboons (Papio ursinus) in a desert environment. Water relations of the Namib tenebrionid beetles. Fever in Namib and other ectotherms. Morphology of wax blooms on selected Namib Desert beetles (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). Physiologial studi

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Abstract

The Namib Desert, lying on the southwestern coast of Africa, is recognised for its diverse and unusual fauna and flora. The monograph contains 23 papers dealing with the ecology of the Namib biota and its desert setting. The papers illustrate the wide variety of research conducted in the Namib or with Namib organisms and the topics range from geomorphology, ecology, climatology to biogeography and the behaviour and physiology of Namib organisms.

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1990-12-01
2019-08-24

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