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The Amphibians and Reptiles of the Honduran Mosquitia [Hardcover]

James R. McCranie , Josiah H. Townsend , Larry David Wilson


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Sept. 30 2006
The Honduran Mosquitia is part of the largest remaining tract of tropical lowland forest remaining in Central America. This book offers a treatment of the reptiles and amphibians of any portion of the Mosquitia. A color photograph illustrates each of the 153 species. The future of the Honduran Mosquitia herpetofauna is also predicted.

Product Details

  • Hardcover: 291 pages
  • Publisher: Krieger Pub Co; illustrated edition edition (Sept. 30 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1575242702
  • ISBN-13: 978-1575242705
  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 22.2 x 28.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 Kg

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5.0 out of 5 stars A glossary, a gazetteer, a listing of cited literature, and an index to scientific names July 9 2006
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The collaborative work of herpetofauna experts James R. McCranie, Josiah H. Townsend, and Larry David Wilson, The Amphibians And Reptiles Of The Honduran Mosquitia is the latest in a series of regional amphibians and reptiles reference books from the Krieger Publishing Company. Beginning with a chapter on "Materials and Methods", The Amphibians And Reptiles Of The Honduran Mosquitia goes on to describe the Honduran Mosquitia region in terms of physiography, climate, vegetation zones and environments, peoples, and the history of herpetofaunal survey work. The Amphibians And Reptiles Of The Honduran Mosquitia next presents amphibian and reptile classifications, their ecological and biogeographical distribution and relationships, and conservation status. Descriptively identifying protected areas of the Mosquitia, The Amphibians And Reptiles Of The Honduran Mosquitia finally addresses future projections and concerns and "Species of Probable Occurrence in the Honduran Mosquitia". Enhanced with color photography throughout, The Amphibians And Reptiles Of The Honduran Mosquitia offers students and readers a glossary, a gazetteer, a listing of cited literature, and an index to scientific names. Also highly recommended for professional and academic library collections are four other titles in this seminal and outstanding series: Guide To The Amphibians And Reptiles Of Japan (1575240858, $69.50); The Amphibians And Reptiles Of El Salvador (1575242524, $49.50); A Field Guide To The Amphibians And Reptiles Of Bali (1575241900, $39.50); and The Exotic Amphibians And Reptiles Of Florida (1575240424, $38.50).

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