By: Brian Bush, Brad Maryan, Robert Browne-Cooper and David Robinson
302 pages, Col photos, distrib maps
This is a companion to the tremendously popular "A Guide to the Reptiles and Frogs of the Perth Region" (1995, reprinted). It answers often-asked questions such as: What does a frog dropping or lizard burrow look like? How do you read a snake track? What do you do when you find a snake in your garden? What is the correct way of handling a frog or photographing a reptile? It contains species' scientific and common names, superb colour photographs for identification purposes, descriptions of key diagnostic characteristics, distribution maps and extensive information on preferred habitats.
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