No, not the same plates...a completely different book indeed. The plates look pretty darn good to me.
A lot of introduced populations of mammals are rather localized, often ephemeral, and many sort of straddle the line between wild and free-ranging captive. While introduced ranges are appropriate for the rats and a select few others, I think they would be difficult to apply to many others.
An example is Chital. There are established populations in Hawaii, Florida, and California. But all are really small, and to show them all would be using a global map...which would decrease resolution in their home range.
Still mulling over, but disappointed in the inconsistencies in splitting eg Bovids v Giraffes, and the lack of evidence seemingly given for the approaches taken. Perhaps fewer jaw-dropping photos than HBW.