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Amphibians and Reptiles in Colorado

by Geoffrey A. Hammerson

  • 210 Want to read
  • 36 Currently reading

Published by University Press of Colorado .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reptiles & Amphibians,
  • Reference,
  • Amphibia,
  • Reptiles,
  • Nature,
  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Amphibians,
  • Reference works,
  • Wild animals,
  • Colorado

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages484
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8345398M
    ISBN 100870815210
    ISBN 109780870815218
    OCLC/WorldCa40660103

      Filled with large, colorful, up close photographs of various kinds of amphibians and reptiles, this book compares and contrasts the two species in various ways, ranging from how their eggs hatch to whether they are warm- or cold-blooded to the types of skin each one has/5. This user-friendly guide is the only complete resource that identifies and describes all the amphibians and reptiles--salamanders, frogs and toads, lizards, snakes, and tortoises and turtles--that live in California. The species are described in richly detailed accounts that include range maps, lifelike color paintings by Robert C. Stebbins, clear drawings of various life stages including eggs.

    Pages of fun facts will help kids identify each animal in the class like a pro after reading the fourth book in Arbordale.s Compare and Contrast series. Similar to Polar Bears and Penguins, Clouds and Trees; Amphibians and Reptiles uses stunning photographs and simple non-fiction text to get kids thinking about the similarities and differences. Split page, species info on the left, room for notes on the right. Species info will be truncated to fit on the page.

    The Jungle Lady performs educational and fun animal shows featuring reptiles, snakes, bugs, and mammals in Colorado and private parties throughout Colorado's front range. Click here to book The Jungle Lady for your event. Home» Colorado Snakes. Colorado Lizards» Colorado Turtles» Colorado Amphibians» Colorado's Reptiles & Amphibians. Subjects: Ambystoma macrodactylum Amphibians Bitterroot National Forest (Mont. and Idaho) Bitterroot River (Mont.) Bitterroot River Valley (Mont.) Bullfrog Coeur d'Alene salamander Common garter snake Dipnet Geographical distribution Gopher snake Larvae Northern alligator lizard Northern leopard frog Pacific treefrog Painted turtle Racer snake Reptiles Rubber boa Spotted frog Surveys Tadpoles.


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Amphibians and Reptiles in Colorado by Geoffrey A. Hammerson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Amphibians and Reptiles in Colorado, Second Edition, is an up-to-date, definitive summary of the distribution, conservation status, habitat, behavior, life history, ecology, and taxonomy of all salamanders, frogs, turtles, lizards, and snakes known to inhabit Colorado.

It includes a description of the Colorado landscape, color photographs of each species, detailed range maps, identification Cited by: "The Guide to Colorado Reptiles and Amphibians is a full-color identification guide to the snakes, turtles, lizards, frogs, toads, and salamanders of the Colorado region.

Excellent photography of each species along with easy-to-use field ID guidelines, /5(3). Get this from a library. Amphibians and reptiles in Colorado. [Geoffrey A Hammerson] -- "Covering the western part of the central Great Plains, the southern Rocky Mountains, and the canyons, mesas, and plains of the upper Colorado River basin, Amphibians and Reptiles in Colorado will be.

Amphibians and Reptiles in Colorado, Second Edition is an up-to-date, definitive summary of the distribution, conservation status, habitat, behavior, life history, ecology, and taxonomy of all salamanders, frogs, turtles, lizards, and snakes known to inhabit includes a description of the Colorado landscape, color photographs of each species, detailed range maps, identification keys.

Colorado's herptiles, refer to the publication "Amphibians and Reptiles in Colorado", by Geoffrey Hammerson (). This book is available from many bookstores and at most Colorado Division of Wildlife offices.

Species Status As of January,all but three of Colorado's native species or subspecies of herptiles areFile Size: 27KB.

Genre/Form: Nonfiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hammerson, Geoffrey A. Amphibians and reptiles in Colorado. Denver: Colorado Division of Wildlife, [].

Amphibians and Reptiles in Colorado, Second Edition, is an up-to-date, definitive summary of the distribution, conservation status, habitat, behavior, life history, ecology, and taxonomy of all salamanders, frogs, turtles, lizards, and snakes known to inhabit Colorado.

It includes a description of the Colorado landscape, color photographs of each species, detailed range maps, identification Pages: Buy Amphibians and Reptiles in Colorado (): NHBS - Geoffrey A Hammerson, University Press of Colorado.

"The large, full-color photographs and illustrations that pepper every page of these books will catch the eye of browsers but it is the informative, easy-to-read texts that will hold their interest.

Both titles (Amphibians and Reptiles) contain basic facts about the animals as a group and identify specific members." — School Library Journal. 10 rows  List of Colorado amphibians lists the wild salamanders, frogs, and toads found in the U.S.

Amphibians and Reptiles in Colorado: A Colorado Field Guide: Geoffrey A. Hammerson: Books - ews: 8. Amphibians and Reptiles in Colorado, Second Edition, is an up-to-date, definitive summary of the distribution, conservation status, habitat, behavior, life history, ecology, and taxonomy of all salamanders, frogs, turtles, lizards, and snakes known to inhabit Colorado.

The individual, wild species of lizards, snakes, and turtles extant in the U.S. state of Colorado: § Article exists for this species, but not the subspecies. *Article exists for this genus, but not the individual species. § Article exists for this species, but not the subspecies.

*Article exists for. Editorial Reviews "The Guide to Colorado Reptiles and Amphibians is a full-color identification guide to the snakes, turtles, lizards, frogs, toads, and salamanders of the Colorado region. Excellent photography of each species along with easy-to-use field ID guidelines, and notes on the habitat and distribution of various species A handful of fascinating general facts, such as the origin of Brand: Fulcrum Publishing.

Colorado has many interesting species of wildlife, but aside from the larger animals which so often become symbols of our state, Colorado also has an interesting population of reptiles and amphibians, including frogs, toads, snakes, lizards, salamanders, and turtles.

For an overview of the differ. |a "Covering the western part of the central Great Plains, the southern Rocky Mountains, and the canyons, mesas, and plains of the upper Colorado River basin, Amphibians and Reptiles in Colorado will be a useful resource for adjacent states such as Wyoming and eastern Utah.

With more than color photographs to aid the reader in. New York Times Book Review. goodreads. The Criterion Collection. Contact Us Send us an Email.

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As a casual amateur watcher of frogs, turtles, snakes, and lizard-like beasts, I recommend the Peterson Field Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians of Eastern and Central North American.

The first part of the book consists of 48 colour plates, each illustrating about 10 similar by: This book presents annotated and illustrated descriptions of the amphibians and reptiles found at Sabino Canyon and an overview of their natural environment.

Representing a study spanning nearly twenty-five years, it documents their present and past distribution and examines environmental and herpetofaunal change due to physical, biological. Amphibians and Reptiles in Colorado by Geoffrey A.

Hammerson,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(9). The Jungle Lady performs educational and fun animal shows featuring reptiles, snakes, bugs, and mammals in Colorado and private parties throughout Colorado's front range.

Click here to book The Jungle Lady for Colorado Amphibians» Colorado's Reptiles & Amphibians Colorado Lizards Colorado is home to 19 species of lizards. Texas Horned.Avian Review is for bird book enthusiasts. It shows, by region, various books that are current, antique, or simply unique.

Sampel pages are provided to help the reader to determine if the book may be of interest to purchase. A brief summary or a longer review will ultimately be provided for each book.Nature writer Mary Taylor Young's latest field guide will help you discover and learn more about Colorado's native reptiles and amphibians.

Covering seventy-two species of turtles, toads, salamanders, snakes, and lizards, The Guide to Colorado Reptiles and Amphibians explores herptiles through detailed descriptions and informative sidebars. Includes full-color photographs, range maps, species 5/5(1).