A Field Guide To The Amphibians And Reptiles Of Wyomingby Dan Lewis
Comprehensive and artistic, this photo-filled guide uses a 4-page layout
This up-to-date field guide features the biology, behavior, natural history, and detailed descriptions of the 42 species and subspecies of amphibians and reptiles calling Wyoming their home—including the two new species just added to the state’s life list and documented in 2010.
Comprehensive and artistic, this photo-filled guide uses a 4-page layout for each species account to display the more than 280 full-color photographs showing key details for accurate identification, habitats where these animals live, and uniquely revealing up-close views of their character and charm. Accompanying the text and photos for each species is a color range map indicating its geographic distribution in Wyoming.
From salamanders, spadefoots, toads and frogs to turtles, lizards and snakes, this delightfully narrated guide to the amphibians and reptiles is essential to amateur naturalists, avid herpetologists, and anyone interested in the outdoors wanting, or needing, to learn more about these lesser known treasures of Wyoming’s wildlife.
Publisher Note: This title is for the Field Guide version of the amphibians and reptiles of Wyoming in a small format (5.5x8.5) paperback book. It is not the Armchair Guide version of the amphibians and reptiles of Wyoming which is available in a large format (8.5x11) hardcover book under ISBN: 978-1-936870-03-5.
- The Wyoming Naturalist
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- 8.40(w) x 5.50(h) x 0.70(d)
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