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Reflect: A 2019 Calendar By Marisa Ishimatsu
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Another year, another calendar. Thanks for your continued support!
Grass Snakes Third Edition By Robert Vaughan
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The Third edition in the series of books regarding Grass Snakes. This edition has nearly 120 pages and over 80 illustrations including black and white photographs in an effort to reduce costs to the... More > consumer. Still a fascinating book which communicates the essential details of a truly amazing reptile, and which is declining in the UK. Find out so much more here than from the cached pages on the internet. It details most things from mating in trees to eating while submerged. Lots of facts, background and details of conservation measures which can help to maintain the status of the Grass snake, Helvetica, now recognised as a separate species.< Less
Serpents and Humans By Edwin E. Ott
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A unique book about snakes, focusing upon the relationships between snakes and humans. A combination of science, art, culture, and history. Authored by the creator of the popular Internet website,... More > www.snakesandfrogs.com. Includes more than one hundred and twenty special images of species native to the United States of America.< Less
Captive Care of the Central Netted Dragon By Shannon Benson
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A comprehensive resource for Central Netted Dragon owners. This book covers all areas of captive husbandry to ensure your cherished pet is happy and healthy. 'Captive Care of the Central Netted... More > Dragon' has a clean and easy to use layout and is filled with full colour photographs and useful diagrams. Chapters includes Characteristics, Housing, Heating + Lighting, Feeding, Bathing + Sloughing, Breeding, Health + Disease. Plus a record keeping template and state National Parks and Wildlife Directory. This is the essential resource for owners!< Less
My Photo Book By Tiffany Walters
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This is pics of animals I have tooken in herpetology class at huntington high school in Huntington WV some other pics might be just me outside somewhere taking pics of other animals related to... More > herpetology. I love this pics and some of them is a memorial for the animals that died after so long. My favourtie ones is the baby black snake and the carmal corn snake ,but all of them I really like I enjoy working with animals.< Less
Landscape, progress toward a philosophy of sustainable occupancy By Aleta Karstad & Frederick W. Schueler
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This is a collection of essays and other documents relevant to understanding human occupancy of a rural municipality in Eastern Ontario. The first essay explicitly deals with local land-use... More > planning, the next with two local species that indicate the need for such planning, and the middle seven with reflections on the current Ontario system of land-use and ecological principles relevant to particular organisms or habitats. Then The Lawn Care Manual draws lessons from government strictures on ecological planning, and applies them to the immediate surroundings of a homesite. Next is an ecology of the Kemptville Creek drainage basin, a philosophical essay, and the book concludes with a critique of a Counties' sustainability study, and a hymn of praise to mud. We hope that this collection will be useful to residents, municipal Councils, agencies, and non-governmental organizations. We dedicate it to all those with the fortitude to challenge the “system” on behalf of ecological integrity.< Less
Sphaerodactyls Endemic to South-Eastern of Martinique and Geological History of the Eastern Caribbean By Marcel Bourgade
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In 2013 during preliminary work for the ABC (Atlas of the Biodiversity Communal) of Sainte-Anne, a very particular phenotype of Sphaerodactylus was observed present around and on the limestone Dulls... More > of the peninsula of the southeastern Martinique; Groba & Thorpe's work in molecular biology carried first important data allowing to identify the existence of two Sphaerodactyl species for Martinique going back to the date of their divergence -12 My, and without integrating the data concerning the species of sphaerodactyls present in St. Lucia. It was not until 2015 that we became aware of additional data with the published work of Hedges et al., allowing to integrate in our analysis sphaerodactyls present in Saint Lucia. Molecular biological data allow us to test our hypothesis of demonstration of a third line in Martinique of sphaerodactyls represented by our S. X sp. in southeastern Martinique, distinct from the two lineages that generated S. vincenti in the southwest, and S. festus in northern Martinique.< Less
Sphaerodactyls Endemic to South-Eastern of Martinique and Geological History of the Eastern Caribbean By Marcel BOURGADE
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In 2013 during preliminary work for the ABC (Atlas of the Biodiversity Communal) of Sainte-Anne, a very particular phenotype of Sphaerodactylus was observed present around and on the limestone Dulls... More > of the peninsula of the southeastern Martinique; Groba & Thorpe's work in molecular biology carried first important data allowing to identify the existence of two Sphaerodactyl species for Martinique going back to the date of their divergence -12 My, and without integrating the data concerning the species of sphaerodactyls present in St. Lucia. It was not until 2015 that we became aware of additional data with the published work of Hedges et al., allowing to integrate in our analysis sphaerodactyls present in Saint Lucia. Molecular biological data allow us to test our hypothesis of demonstration of a third line in Martinique of sphaerodactyls represented by our S. X sp. in southeastern Martinique, distinct from the two lineages that generated S. vincenti in the southwest, and S. festus in northern Martinique.< Less