288 pp., 5.5 x 8.5, 221 color photographs, 3 tables, 172 maps, bibl., index
Paperback ISBN: 978-0-8078-7112-6
Published: May 2010
eBook ISBN: 978-0-8078-9825-3
Published: May 2010
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About the Authors
Jeffrey C. Beane is collections manager of amphibians and reptiles at the North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences.
For more information about Jeffrey C. Beane, visit the Author Page.
Alvin L. Braswell is deputy director for operations at the Museum of Natural Sciences.
For more information about Alvin L. Braswell, visit the Author Page.
Joseph C. Mitchell is an independent ecologist and head of Mitchell Ecological Research Services, LLC.
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William M. Palmer is curator emeritus of herpetology at the Museum of Natural Sciences.
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The late Julian R. Harrison III was professor emeritus of biology at the College of Charleston.
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"This collection of. . . color photographs, fact summaries, and range maps will be reference and refuge for reptile lovers."--Southern Living
"A truly scientific history of the reptiles and amphibians of our region. . . . Amphibians and Reptiles of the Carolinas and Virginia will do much to encourage an interest in lizards, turtles, snakes, salamanders, and alligators and allay fears and correct superstitions about them. It should be in the library of all amateur naturalists, students and teachers."--Raleigh News & Observer
"With text by four biologists and brilliant photographs by Jack Dermid, the book provides a nose-to-the-ground look at 159 species in three states. . . . This is one wildlife guide that isn't afraid to shed its scientific skin and tell it like it is."--Richmond News Leader
"The only book that includes a comprehensive guide to all amphibians and reptiles specific to the Carolinas and Virginia. . . . A useful resource for the general public, natural historians, and herpetologists for years to come."--Virginia Libraries
"An excellent source for anyone interested in amphibians and/or reptiles of the eastern US. . . . Highly recommended."--Choice
"This handy reference guide makes identification a snap. . . . The volume works its real magic by helping us change the way we view lizards and newts, opening our eyes to the 'hidden' biodiversity that surrounds us on every side."--Virginia Wildlife