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A survey of the herpetofauna at four sites in the western Colorado Desert
Charles Z. Leavell
by Bureau of Land Management, California Desert District Office in Riverside, Calif
Written in English
|Statement||Charles Z. Leavell|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management. California Desert District, California. Dept. of Fish and Game|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||26|
Reptiles and Amphibians of the Mojave: A guide featuring 41of the most commonly encountered reptiles and amphibians native to the Mohave Desert region of the southwestern United States. Some of the rare and more unique species are included to underscore the biological importance of this interesting : 2. land Desert and the Colorado Plateau is largely responsible for its diverse herpeto-fauna, consisting of 51 species and subspecies. The edge of the plateau, about 20 miles north of Wickenburg, acts as an effective barrier to many reptilian and amphibian taxa, with speciation or subspeciation having lead to different populations in the higher.
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The herpetofauna of the Research Ranch. In: Kennedy, Linda; Seltzer, Stephanie, n Research RanchNationalAudubonAppleton-WhittellResearchRanch,ElginAZ. Table 1—Herpetofauna identified at the Research Ranch. Amphibians: Nine species, of seven genera Red-spotted Toad a (Anaxyrus punctatus) Sonoran Desert Toad a (Ollotis alvarius)Author: Roger C.
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This is an increase of four species from the list compiled by Rorabaugh and Lemos-Espinal (), and This is a great book for amateur herpetologists and even a good update for more experienced herpetologists in California. The material overlaps pretty extensively with the Western guide, with some key differences.
Whereas the Western guide is pretty brief in natural history in its species accounts, this California guide can be quite extensive/5(11). Herpetofauna is a journal of Australian and New Zealand herpetology (ISSN ), first published in by the Australian Herpetologicalwith Volume 8, publication was transferred to the Australasian Affiliation of Herpetological Societies, representing 17 herpetological societies around Australia and in New Zealand.
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Inwith Volume 8, publication was transferred to the Australasian Affiliation of Herpetological Societies, of which the AHS is a member. In the first bilingual work on the reptiles and amphibians of the US–Mexico border, top herpetologists come together to describe the herpetofauna of the states of this region, which includes more than species of toads, frogs, salamanders, turtles, sea turtles, alligators, lizards, snakes, and sea snakes that are found along the almost 2,mile border between the two countries.
The purpose of this research was to compile a presence list of reptiles and amphibians that occur in Palo Pinto County, Texas, and to investigate the ecological distributions and zoogeographic affinities of these herpetiles.
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It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the eight Coordinates: 10°10′N 77°04′E /. World renowned for its biological diversity and model conservation system, Costa Rica is home to a wide variety of amphibians and reptiles, from the golden toad to the scorpion lizard and the black-headed bushmaster.
Jay M. Savage has studied these fascinating creatures for more than forty years, and in The Amphibians and Reptiles of Costa Rica he provides the most comprehensive, up-to-date 4/5(3). sampled aquatic, riparian, and upland sites along 15 tributaries of the Mattole River watershed We detected individual amphibians and reptiles, and 23 of the 28 potential species of reptiles and amphibians found in the Mattole.
We discuss the merits of this approach as well as some specific considerations relative to sampling herpetofauna. Current Research on the Herpetofauna of the Sonoran Desert and Sky Islands A Full Day Session on Wednesday, May 16th. In this special s ession, the Tucson Herpetological Society and Sky Island Alliance are pleased to announce this fifth meeting on the Current Research on the Herpetofauna of the Sonoran Desert and Sky Islands as part of the Madrean Conference program!About this book Provides the most comprehensive, up-to-date treatment of the biology and evolution of Costa Rican herpetofauna ever produced.
Savage begins with detailed discussions of the natural and cultural history of the area, setting the stage for an in-depth treatment of each of the species of amphibians and reptiles found there.Author(s): Schaefer, Jerry | Abstract: Colorado Desert archaeological studies over the last 20 years are reviewed to discuss how some of the major research issues pertaining to the region have, or have not, been successfully addressed.
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