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Agamid Lizards of Southern Asia / Agamen des Südlichen Asien Draconinae 2 Leiolepidinae

Flora / Fauna
Series: Terralog Volume: 7b
By: Ulrich Manthey(Author)
168 pages, 530 colour photos, colour distribution maps
Publisher: Edition Chimaira
Agamid Lizards of Southern Asia / Agamen des Südlichen Asien
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Language: Bilingual in English and German

Volume 7 of Terralog portrays the agamid lizards of southern Asia in two parts. This 2nd part covers the subfamily Leiolepidinae and completes the subfamily Draconinae, the first part of which has been illustrated in Volume 7a, and also depicts the monotypic genus Physignathus. The present treatise contains colour photographs of several species that have never before been pictured in colour, and most are depicted in a manner to outline their sexual dichromatism. Photographs of juveniles, various natural habitats, as well as some as of yet undescribed species complement the photographic collection. No other book provides distribution maps for all species of respective region. A symbol-based summary of the individual biological requiremfents is meant to provide a guideline for the husbandry and propagation of the individual species.

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Flora / Fauna
Series: Terralog Volume: 7b
By: Ulrich Manthey(Author)
168 pages, 530 colour photos, colour distribution maps
Publisher: Edition Chimaira
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