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Lizards


Author : Eric R. Pianka
language : en
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Release Date : 2006-05-01


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This book provides an overview of the diversity of lizards and their major adaptive features. The authors discuss the latest research findings and provide new hypotheses about lizard diversity.

Lizards


Author : David P. Badger
language : en
Publisher:
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Australian Lizards


Author : Steve K Wilson
language : en
Publisher: CSIRO PUBLISHING
Release Date : 2012-10-15


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A journey through the remarkable life of lizards and how they survive in a complex world of predators and competitors.

Lizards


Author : Daniel A. Greenberg
language : en
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish
Release Date : 2004


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Young readers will find everything from the breeding and training of horses to the mating songs of frogs in these comprehensive, informative books about a wide variety of animals. Each engrossing book examines the habitat, range, classification, evolution, anatomy, behavior, species identification, and endangered status of its subject. Brilliant photography captures the animals and underscores the great variety of species found within each family or order. Distribution maps pinpoint where each animal is located, and a time line traces its evolution. Also included are detailed studies and stunning illustrations of the animals' anatomy.

Lizards Rare And Common


Author : Tom Mazorlig
language : en
Publisher: Tfh Publications Incorporated
Release Date : 2001


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Iguanas, chameleons, geckos -- these and many other types of lizards are to be found in any pet shop, and they all make good pets for the right keepers. But not all lizards are equal. Some are more difficult to keep than others; some are available only wild-caught, others only as color-selected captive-bred specimens. Some lizards feed on a variety of foods, while others need special diets and supplements. No lizard can be just thrown into a simple cage and fed crickets, however -- at least not for very long.

Lizards


Author : Bill Ivy
language : en
Publisher: Grolier Academic Reference
Release Date : 1990-01-01


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Describes the life, characteristics, habits, and habitats of lizards.

Handbook Of Lizards


Author : Hobart Muir Smith
language : en
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Release Date : 1995


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The most thorough treatment of lizards of the United States and Canada, Handbook of Lizards has become a landmark among herpetologists and lizard specialists. Hobart M. Smith spent years compiling and oganizing information on 136 species of lizards for this classic study. With more than 300 illustrations, including photographs, labeled drawings, range maps, and illustrated keys, this volume serves as a convenient ference guide to the study of North American lizards. Darrel Frost, a prominent lizard specialist, provides a foreword that underscores the work's relevance for herpetology today.In the first section, Smith covers in concise fashion the habits, life history, habitats, methods of collection and preservation, and structural features of lizards. The second section of the book considers each species under topics that are conveniently arranged for studying both living lizards and laboratory specimens: range, type, locality, size, color, scalation, recognition characters, habitat and habits, and references. Smith also discusses problems for further study and gives recommendations for special investigations of each species. The book concludes with an extensive bibliography.Hobart M. Smith is Professor of Environmental, Population, and Organismic Biology, Emeritus, at the University of Colorado.