Series: Rattlesnakes of Arizona Volume: 1
By: Gordon W Schuett (Editor), Martin J Feldner (Editor), Charles F Smith (Editor), Randall S Reiserer (Editor), Bayard H Brattstrom (Foreword By), Tell Hicks (Illustrator)
734 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour distribution maps, colour tables
This stunning peer-reviewed volume (739 pages) on the natural history of Arizona's rattlesnakes has 17 chapters by 22 leading authorities covering all aspects of natural history, behavior, evolution, and conservation. A special chapter is on art and rattlesnakes. Tell Hicks' breathtaking art graces the pages throughout Rattlesnakes of Arizona. A must-have volume for anyone interested in the rattlesnakes and their role in southwestern deserts and other ecosystems. Rattlesnakes of Arizona is illustrated with hundreds of colour images, graphs, and tables.
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