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BOOKS on Arizona Reptiles and Amphibians

Herps of Sabino Canyon

Amphibians, Reptiles, and Their Habitats at Sabino Canyon
by David Wentworth Lazaroff; Philip C. Rosen;
Charles H. Lowe, Jr.

This book presents annotated and illustrated descriptions of the amphibians and reptiles found at Sabino Canyon and an overview of their natural environment. Representing a study spanning nearly twenty-five years, it documents their present and past distribution and examines environmental and herpetofaunal change due to physical, biological, and human impact on species and habitats.
184 pp. / 6.0 x 9.0 / 2006

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A field Guide to Amphibians and Reptiles in Arizona

A Field Guide to Amphibians
and Reptiles in Arizona

by Thomas C. Brennan and Andrew T. Holycross

A full-color, fully illustrated guide that provides concise information on all 141 species of amphibians and reptiles found in Arizona. Species accounts include high quality color photographs, compendious natural history information, detailed range maps, custom illustrations, line drawings, and call outs to key identification characteristics. Sections on biotic communities, snake bite, toad toxins, and viewing tips preface the accounts and the book closes with a robust glossary, species index, and check list. This guide is a practical tool for both frequent wildlife watchers and the occasional visitor to the Arizona outdoors. 150 pages.

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A Field Guide to Amphibians and Reptiles of Maricopa County

A Field Guide to Amphibians
and Reptiles of Maricopa County

by Thomas C. Brennan and Andrew T. Holycross

Full color photographs of each species with call-outs to distinguishing characteristics aid with identifying animals in the field. Short species accounts provide information on habitat, behavior, diet, and reproduction. Detailed distribution maps, information on snake bite, toad toxins, biotic communities, and viewing tips combine to make this a surprisingly comprehensive pocket guide.

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