Books on Snakes

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First published in 1993, Snakes: Ecology and Behavior is still the most comprehensive survey of snake biology available in a single volume. It has become an indispensable reference book on herpetology. I thought you would be interested to know that it is now available again, reprinted with a new foreword by the editors, from The Blackburn Press.

Featuring contributions by leading experts, this definitive reference edited by Richard A. Seigel and Joseph T. Collins identifies current areas of research in snake biology. It reports on developments in population genetics, neurobiology, functional morphology, behavioral ecology, evolution, thermoregulation, foraging ecology, sexual dimorphism and conservation strategies.

 

"Massachusetts Guide to Snakes" by Scott Jackson and Peter Mirick pp.1-20 size 81/2x 11 inch pages.

Description: Don't let the title fool you. This guide is still invaluable for residents of the entire N.E. Booklet is completely illustrated with color line drawings. It also contains a snake identification logarithm. An excellent value.

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