The Book of Indian Reptiles and Amphibians

This New Title Covers The Curious World Of Reptiles And Amphibians, Both Common And Rare, Found In The Indian Faunal Limits There Has Been No Book To Rival J C Daniel S Earlier Book Of Indian Reptiles, Also Published By The Bombay Natural History Society In 1983 He Has Now Presented An Entirely New Text Of Not Only A Large Number Of Reptiles, But Has Also Described Frogs, Toads, And Other Amphibians, A Much Neglected Group That Is Revealed In This Book As Picturesque, And Biologically Interesting As Any Other Group Of Animals This Book Contains Field Observations And Photographs, And Descriptions Of 175 Species Including 53 Snakes, 45 Lizards Of Various Groups, 31 Tortoises And Turtles, And 45 Amphibians Almost Each Species Has Been Illustrated With The Line Drawings, Photographs And Reproductions Of Paintings From The Journal Of The BNHS The Book Satisfies Professional Zoologists, Amateur Naturalists, Students And The Interested General Reader Alike There Is A Reference Section With Reptiles And Amphibians Listed Separately Photographic Contributions From Several Members Of The BNHS, Add Contemporary Appeal To This Exciting New Field Guide, Which Also Contains Snippets Of Historical Information.The Book of Indian Reptiles and Amphibians

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  • Hardcover
  • 252 pages
  • The Book of Indian Reptiles and Amphibians
  • J.C. Daniel
  • English
  • 26 September 2018
  • 0195660994

10 thoughts on “The Book of Indian Reptiles and Amphibians

  1. says:

    I am certainly not an expert in Herpetology, but this book seems to be very thorough and complete in its coverage of Indian reptiles and amphibians I have primarily used this guide to help identify various lizards and frogs that I have found in my 2 trips to India, a country filled with natural history wonders

  2. says:

    Great accounts for the species covered But there are so few accounts compared to the number of species in India that the book quickly becomes unhelpful for many species More for the casual wildlife observer interested in the largest and or most common species than the serious amateur herpetologist interested in everything.

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