By: Robert W Henderson and Robert Powell
495 pages, 37 figs
The West Indies have become a major focus for biologists and conservationists. Its herpetofauna is considered one of the richest and most vulnerable in the world. These fragile natural environments are home to many unique animals that occur only on these islands. Loss of habitat, development of scenic areas for a burgeoning tourist industry, and the introduction of invasive species have contributed to an already tenuous situation for many of the region's native species.
This volume summarizes the natural history of each of the more than seven hundred species of frogs and reptiles present in the West Indies.
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