Series: Biology of the Reptilia Volume: 21
By: Carl Gans (Editor), Abbot S Gaunt (Editor), Kraig Adler (Editor), Anthony P Russell (Author), Aaron M Bauer (Author), Samuel B McDowell (Author), Ricardo Montero (Author)
781 pages, 151 b/w illustrations, tables
This extensively illustrated volume (Volume 24 in Contrbitutions to Herpetology) summarizes the skulls and appendicular skeletons of lizards, snakes, tuatara, and amphisbaenians. As such, it will be of interest to zoologist and herpetologists but also to veterinarians and herpetoculturalists. Each chapter includes descriptive morphology combined with discussions of function and ecological and evolutionary relationships.
- The Appendicular Locomotor Apparatus of Sphenodon andd Normal-limbed Squamates (Anthony P. Russell and Aaron M Bauer) 1
- The Skull of Serpentes (Samuel B McDowell) 467
- An Atlas of Amphisbaenian Skull Anatomy (Carl Gans and Ricardo Montero) 621
Author Index 739
Subject Index 751
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