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Professor F. Wayne King is the curator herpetology at the Florida Museum of Natural History.
Well, wonder no longer. This book is a great resource for anyone wishing to identify snakes, frogs, toads, lizards, salamanders, etc. Read morePublished on Nov. 5 2006 by Alli Antar
The contemporary edition of the Audubon Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians is decades old. Though it covers many species of snakes, salamanders, newts, etc. Read morePublished on July 10 2004 by J. Connor
This is an excellent field guide for beginning herpers. The photos are excellent and it even has pictures for the different color variations of certain species. Read morePublished on Sept. 28 2003 by Snakeman
The pictures are excellent, similar looking species are placed next to eachother so it is easier to tell them apart, the descriptions of every organism tell you everything there is... Read morePublished on March 12 2003 by Kevin Gowen
I bought this book for my 7 year old son last Christmas and it has been by his side ever since (he even sleeps with it). Read morePublished on Oct. 21 2002 by elizabeth a leiken
An excellent guide with plenty of illustrations for identification of reptiles and amphibians you may run across. Read morePublished on Jan. 24 2002 by Jason Weigner
This field guide is really interesting!!! It shows all reptiles and amphibians of North America! The photos are in full color and I've identified several herps with this guide... Read morePublished on Aug. 10 2001 by Tim
Let's just say that when any of the neighborhood kids finds a turtle, they come to our house to ID it. And we don't have any kids. Read morePublished on May 15 2001 by BL
This guide is the best to use for identification, for nearly half the book is made up of bright, clear pictures that enables precise identification. Read morePublished on March 16 2001 by Larry Rupp