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Description - Guide and Reference to the Crocodilians, Turtles, and Lizards of Eastern and Central North America (North of Mexico) by

The ""Bartletts' Guide"" to the alligators, crocodiles, turtles, and lizards of eastern and central North America features all 207 species inhabiting the region from west Texas, to western Manitoba, to the eastern seaboard. Each species account is accompanied by a color photo, distribution map, and description including appearance, behavior, range, habitat, and prey. Some introduced species covered in the ""Guide"", such as the large and predatory Nile monitor and spectacled caiman, illuminate ever-worsening environmental and ecological conditions, particularly in Florida and Texas. This authoritative and user-friendly reference will appeal to hobbyists, amateur naturalists, biologists, and herpetologists seeking a focused, detailed, well-organized, and richly illustrated field guide.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780813029467
ISBN-10: 0813029465
Format: Paperback / softback
Imprint: University Press of Florida
Publisher: University Press of Florida
Publish Date: 15-Nov-2006
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography -

R. D. Bartlett is a veteran herpetologist and herpetoculturist with more than four decades' experience writing, photographing, and educating people about reptiles and amphibians.<.p>