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Texas Snakes Identification, Distribution, and Natural History

Field / Identification Guide
By: John E Werler and James R Dixon
437 pages, 200 col photos, illus, maps
Texas Snakes
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  • Texas Snakes ISBN: 9780292791305 Hardback Sep 2000 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Species accounts describe each snake's appearance, lookalikes, size, habitat, behaviour, feeding and reproduction.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: John E Werler and James R Dixon
437 pages, 200 col photos, illus, maps
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I can't think of two better persons to take on the daunting task of preparing a book on the snakes of Texas... This book was obviously a labour of love and the culmination of many years of effort by both authors. -Jonathan A. Campbell, Professor of Biology, University of Texas at Arlington
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