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Turtles of the Southeast

By: Kurt Buhlmann, Tracey Tuberville and Whit Gibbons
264 pages, colour photos
Turtles of the Southeast
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  • Turtles of the Southeast ISBN: 9780820329024 Paperback May 2008 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Seventy-five percent of the turtle species in the United States can be found in the Southeast. In fact, the region is second only to parts of Asia in its number of native turtles. Filled with more than two hundred color photographs and written with a special focus on conservation, this guide covers forty-five species.

Species accounts cover such information as descriptions of adults and hatchlings; key identifiers including size, distinctive characters and markings; land, river, pond, and wetland habitats; behaviors and activities; food and diet; reproduction; predators and defense; and conservation issues.

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Kurt Buhlmann (center) is a research scientist at the University of Georgia's Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL). Tracey Tuberville (right) is a research coordinator at SREL. Whit Gibbons (left) is a professor of ecology at the University of Georgia and Senior Research Ecologist at SREL. He is coauthor of Snakes of the Southeast (Georgia).

By: Kurt Buhlmann, Tracey Tuberville and Whit Gibbons
264 pages, colour photos
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