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Field Guide to Australian Reptiles (2014 Revised Edition)

Field / Identification Guide
By: Stephen Swanson(Author)
336 pages, 660+ colour photos, colour distribution maps
Field Guide to Australian Reptiles (2014 Revised Edition)
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  • Field Guide to Australian Reptiles (2014 Revised Edition) ISBN: 9781740217446 Edition: 2 Paperback waterproof PVC cover Jan 2014 In stock
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This visually stunning, fact-packed Field Guide to Australian Reptiles is perfect for both amateur reptile enthusiasts and experienced herpetologists.

- More than 660 full-colour photographs depict reptile species that are most commonly encountered in Australia.
- Essential information on the diet, habitat and distribution range of more than 400 reptile species across all reptile families.
- QuickFind colour tag system and complete index of common and scientific names for ease of reference.
- Current, accurate distribution maps.
- Comments for each species add extra snippets of information about breeding, biology or evolution.
- Key identification features listed in each profile.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Stephen Swanson(Author)
336 pages, 660+ colour photos, colour distribution maps
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