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Identifying Frogs and Toads: The New Compact Study Guide and Identifier

Field / Identification GuideOut of Print

Series: Identifying Guides

By: Ken Preston-Mafham

80 pages, Col photos, 1 fig

Silverdale Books

Paperback | Dec 2004 | #149452 | ISBN: 1856058646
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About this book

From the American Green Tree Frog to the Oriental Fire-Bellied Toad, this compact guide is an invaluable reference tool covering the wide variety of frogs and toads in the world today. An introductory section explains what frogs and toads eat, how to tell them apart, where they live and how they reproduce. One hundred species are described in the identifier section, with symbols giving at-a-glance information on location, when the frog or toad is active, habitat and rarity. Accompanied by striking colour photographs of every frog and toad in the directory, this book is an introduction to these newly popular and fascinating creatures.

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