By: JT Collins
354 pages, 96 col photos, b/w photos, maps, line diagrams
An extensive update, this edition of "Amphibians and Reptiles in Kansas" includes, for the first time, 96 colour photographs of salamanders, frogs and toads, turtles, lizards and snakes, as well as a collection of black-and-white photographs. Also new in this edition is information on a snake recently discovered in Kansas, the Cottonmouth, and three more amphibians and reptiles. For each amphibian and reptile, the guide lists the standardised common name and the most current scientific name and information about identification, size, range in Kansas, habits and habitats, breeding, food and endangered or threatened status when relevant. A bibliography with more than 1,300 entries and a complete identification key are also included.
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