By: JR McCranie, LD Wilson and G Kohler
210 pages, Col photos
The Bay Islands and Cayos Cochinos are home to 55 amphibian and reptile species, 12 of which are endemic to these islands. Hog Island Boas occur here as well as five species of iguana (two endemic). McCranie, Wilson and K#hler are the undisputed authorities on Honduran herpetology. Their combined knowledge is pooled here for the first time and complemented with a multitude of photographs to highlight the unique herpetofauna of these islands. A scientific treatise, as well as a field guide, this book is indispensable for anyone interested in Central American amphibians and reptiles.
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