‘eighty years of promoting biodiversity conservation through taxonomic research, scientific training and international networks’

Harrison Institute, Centre for Biodiversity Research

Books and Publications for sale

The following books which can be purchased directly from the Institute:

Myanmar: an illustrated guide to the country and its wildlife (2002)
Si Si Hla Bu and Paul J.J.Bates.
ISBN 0951731327.
175 x 240 mm, soft cover; 38 pages, numerous colour photos and maps £4.00 including postage and packing
Bats of the Indian Subcontinent (1997)
Paul J.J.Bates & David L. Harrison.
ISBN 0951731319.
A4 stitch-bound with laminated cover; 258 + xvi pages; 8 pages of colour plates illustrating 47 species; 271 line drawings and maps; over 600 references; illustrated glossary and extensive gazetteer.
The Mammals of Arabia. 2nd. Edition (1991)
Harrison, D.L. & Bates, P.J.J.
ISBN 0951731300.
A4 cloth-bound, 354 + xvi pages, 449 line drawings, maps, and photographic plates.
The Mammals of Arabia. 1st. Edition (1971)
David L. Harrison.
ISBN 0510399525.
Volume 3: Lagomorpha, Rodentia. A4 cloth-bound, 287 + xvii pages, line drawings, maps, and photographic plates.
Mammals of The Arabian Gulf. (1981):
David L. Harrison.
ISBN 004599007
Stitch-bound, 92 pages, line drawings, 12 colour plates.
The Thames Transformed. (1976)
Jeffery Harrison & Peter Grant.
ISBN 0233968407.
Foreward by H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh. An ornithological study of the River Thames. Stitch-bound, 240 pages, colour and black and white photographs.

To purchase any of the above books, please contact Malcolm Pearch at the Harrison Institute (for details, see below).