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First Field Guide to Frogs of Southern Africa

Field / Identification Guide
By: Vincent C Carruthers(Author)
57 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
First Field Guide to Frogs of Southern Africa
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  • First Field Guide to Frogs of Southern Africa ISBN: 9781775844907 Edition: 2 Paperback May 2016 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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First Field Guide to Frogs of Southern Africa is a fascinating guide to the frogs of the region. Full-colour photographs, distribution maps and easy-to-read text will help the budding naturalist to identify the more common frog species that occur in southern Africa, discover where they live, and learn about their behaviour and unusual features.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Vincent C Carruthers(Author)
57 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
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