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Lizards of the Sunshine Coast region

Field / Identification Guide
By: Mike Donovan(Author)
154 pages, 165 colour photos
Lizards of the Sunshine Coast region
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This is a photographic identification guide with the emphasis on showing as many different forms and colour variations as possible in large easy-to-see photos depicting the typical ID features where practical.

Lizards of the Sunshine Coast Region has 165 full-colour, half to full-page photographs of every species of lizard that you would be likely to encounter on the coast in southern Queensland, including legless lizards and snake-like skinks which may be mistaken for snakes. Split up into five groups, the geckos, legless lizards, skinks, dragons and monitor lizards. Information including descriptions, habitat, behaviour and conservation status for every species is included. The book includes simple keys in the form of a flow chart to enable easier and quicker identification.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Mike Donovan(Author)
154 pages, 165 colour photos
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