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Field Guides & Natural History  Reptiles & Amphibians  Reptiles

Reptiles of Ecuador Life in the Middle of the World

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By: Alejandro Arteaga(Author), Lucas Bustamente(Author), Juan M Guayasamin(Author), Russell A Mittermeier(Foreword By)
1088 pages, 1403 colour photos, 536 colour distribution maps, 20 b/w line drawings
Reptiles of Ecuador
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Language: English

The first-ever photographic field guide to all 495 reptile species of Ecuador. Years in the making, the strenuous efforts involved in locating and photographing all these animals have resulted in the discovery of several new species, as well as species presumed extinct, all of which are featured in this book.

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Field / Identification Guide Coming Soon
By: Alejandro Arteaga(Author), Lucas Bustamente(Author), Juan M Guayasamin(Author), Russell A Mittermeier(Foreword By)
1088 pages, 1403 colour photos, 536 colour distribution maps, 20 b/w line drawings
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"The level of focused effort and passion behind producing this book's photographs is remarkable. The authors spent 14 years traveling the country with the sole purpose of creating new photographs of every single reptile species, depicting their variations in what has become their signature style of scientific white background photography. As a result of their incredible field campaign, the authors photographed around 500 species, including at least 20 species that had never been documented before on camera. Needless to say, this book will make a tremendous contribution to bringing the reptilian fauna of Ecuador closer to the spotlight it so greatly needs. Congratulations to all involved for this great new contribution to one of the most iconic reptile communities on our planet in one of the world's most important countries for biodiversity."
– Russell A. Mittermeier

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