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Field Guides & Natural History  Reptiles & Amphibians  Reptiles & Amphibians: General

Reptiles & Frogs of the Australian Capital Territory

Field / Identification Guide
By: Ross Bennett(Author), John Wombey(Illustrator), David Hunter(Illustrator), Kevin McCue(Illustrator), Will Osborne(Illustrator), Robert Jenkins(Illustrator)
86 pages, colour photos
Reptiles & Frogs of the Australian Capital Territory
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  • Reptiles & Frogs of the Australian Capital Territory ISBN: 9780959826791 Paperback Dec 1997 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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The book combines concise descriptions with superb photography to allow accurate identification of all fifty-two reptiles and fifteen frogs found in the region. Additional information describes their distribution and gives an insight into their private and often complex life-histories. This book is an essential addition In the library, glovebox or back-pack of anyone who has an opportunity to explore the world of reptiles and frogs, from Canberra's suburban gardens to the peaks of the Brindabelia Ranges.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Ross Bennett(Author), John Wombey(Illustrator), David Hunter(Illustrator), Kevin McCue(Illustrator), Will Osborne(Illustrator), Robert Jenkins(Illustrator)
86 pages, colour photos
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