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Snakes of the World A Catalogue of Living and Extinct Species

By: Van Wallach(Author), Kenneth L Williams(Author), Jeff Boundy(Author)
1209 pages, 1 b/w illustration, 2 tables
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  • Snakes of the World ISBN: 9781138034006 Paperback Nov 2017 In stock
    £51.99
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  • Snakes of the World ISBN: 9781482208474 Hardback May 2014 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Snakes of the World covers all living snakes and fossil snakes. It should have a broad appeal not only to conservationists and herpetologists but to naturalists, hobbyists, educators and libraries as it will be the standard reference on snakes. The text includes 1) 625 valid genera and 3800 valid species (including their synonyms), 2) dubious names (12 genera and 155 species), and 3) invalid names (19 genera and 151 species). The index lists every species in two ways (genus–species and species–genus) so any name can be easily found.

Contents

Introduction
Collection Acronyms
Acknowledgements
Valid Genera and Species
Genera and Species Inquirenda
Geographical References
Literature Cited
Index

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By: Van Wallach(Author), Kenneth L Williams(Author), Jeff Boundy(Author)
1209 pages, 1 b/w illustration, 2 tables
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