Edited By: Maureen A Donnelly, Brian I Crother, Craig Guyer and Marvalee H Wake
675 pages, 14 col plates, 134 illus, 47 tabs
In these essays that survey the burgeoning field of tropical herpetology, former students and associates pay tribute to Jay Savage's four decades of mentoring. Covering a wide array of subjects, this is the first book in more than two decades to broadly review research on tropical amphibians and reptiles.
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