Edited By: Gordon W Schuett, Mats Hoggren, Michael E Douglas and Harry W Greene
580 pages, 16 col plates, figs, tabs
Inspired by the conference, Biology of the Vipers, held in Sweden, May 2000, this volume covers systematics, morphology, ecology, and conservation. Draws on current research to provide the reader with a comprehensive view of the subject. Even more comprehensive than its well received predecessor Biology of the Pitvipers (1992).
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