By John Kricher ; illustrated by William E. Davis, Jr
Tropical climates and ecosystems --
Rainforest constitution and variety --
How a rainforest features --
Evolutionary styles within the tropics --
Complexities of coevolution and ecology of fruit --
The neotropical pharmacy --
Living off the land within the tropics --
Rivers via rainforest --
Introduction to the Andes and Tepuis --
Savannas and dry forests --
Coastal ecosystems : mangroves, seagrass, and coral reefs --
Neotropical birds --
Deforestation and conservation of biodiversity --
Appendix. "And hi there, let's be cautious out there."
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A neotropical companion : an introduction to the animals, plants, and ecosystems of the New World tropics by John Kricher ; illustrated by William E. Davis, Jr