The Garter Snakes: Evolution and Ecology
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by Douglas A. Rossman (Author), Neil B. Ford (Author), Richard A. Seigel (Author)
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The Garter Snakes: Evolution And Ecology is a comprehensive survey of the genus Thamnophis, or common garter snake. The Garter Snakes includes color plates of all species (many never previously figured in color); an extensive discussion of ecology, behavior, and captive care; and a modern key to all species; as well as species-by-species summaries of the systematics and natural history of the thirty different garter snakes now recognized. The Garter Snakes is an up-to-date, appealing book, written by world authorities, and essential reading for herpetologists, conservationists, ecologists, pet owners, and non-specialist general readers interested in natural history. Highly recommended!
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