Reptiles & Amphibians

We offer a range of titles on reptiles and amphibians. Everything from a laminated chart to a field guide to amphibians and reptiles that you will find in your local area and on to field guides for further afield, we can help. Whether you simply wish to observe or want to learn how to study herpetology, we have something to fulfil your requirements
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OLD WORLD VIPERS: A Natural History of the Azemiopinae and Viperinae OLD WORLD VIPERS: A Natural History of the Azemiopinae and Viperinae   layout image

by Tony Phelps

This comprehensive book reflects the author's decades of experience of Old Vipers but also mentions pitvipers as they share many attributes with true vipers. The detailed species accounts illustrate the diversity of Old World Vipers, while providing important information on distribution, taxonomy, behaviour and ecology. Colour photographs, distribution maps, 558pp. 2010

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M20629 Hardback  £78.00
How to Keep a Naturalist's Notebook How to Keep a Naturalist's Notebook   layout image

by Susan Leigh Tomlinson

For nature-lovers, birders, and students of wildlife and biology, keeping a field notebook is essential to accurately recording outdoor observations. This unique guide offers instruction on how to do it, what to look for, what information should be recorded and how to organize it, basic drawing skills using line and colour and incorporating maps and charts. Also advice on equipment to take in the field and using conventional field guides. Illustrations, 151pp. 2010

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M20599 Paperback  £16.99
FROGS Inside Their Remarkable World FROGS Inside Their Remarkable World   layout image

by Ellin Beltz

Covers the history of the frog, its unique anatomical makeup, frog families, its place in the natural world and the threats that are seriously reducing their numbers. Includes all 31 families and toads too. Colour photographs, 176pp. 2005

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M20549 Paperback  £18.95
RSPB GARDENING FOR WILDLIFE RSPB GARDENING FOR WILDLIFE   layout image

by Adrian Thomas

Busts the myths that wildlife gardens have to be wild, or that you can only garden for wildlife in a 'wildlife garden'. Shows how easy it is to incorporate wildlife gardening alonside everything else you want from your garden. Colour photographs, 240pp. 2010

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M20495 Hardback  £19.99
BRITAIN'S REPTILES and AMPHIBIANS A field guide to the species of Britain, Ireland and the Channel Islands BRITAIN'S REPTILES and AMPHIBIANS A field guide to the species of Britain, Ireland and the Channel Islands   layout image

by Howard Inns

Profiles of the 16 native reptiles and amphibians that breed in Britain, 5 marine turtles that visit our seas, 7 established non-native species and 8 more with a history of release or escape. Hints and tips on where to watch, colour photographs, distribution maps, 164pp. 2009

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M20438 Paperback  £17.95
A Complete Guide to the FROGS of Southern Africa A Complete Guide to the FROGS of Southern Africa   layout image

by Louis du Preez / Vincent Carruthers

Covers all aspects of both frog and tadpole biology and behaviour. Each frog and toad species is fully described along with conservation status, calls, habitat and behaviour. Detailed key, Includes call sonograms and a CD containing most southern African frog calls. Colour photographs, 488pp. 2009

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M20435 Paperback  £19.99
FRESHWATER MEGALOPTERA AND NEUROPTERA OF BRITAIN AND IRELAND. Keys to Adults and Larvae, and a Review of their Ecology FRESHWATER MEGALOPTERA AND NEUROPTERA OF BRITAIN AND IRELAND. Keys to Adults and Larvae, and a Review of their Ecology   layout image

by J M Elliott

The aquatic Neuropera and Megaloptera (alderflies. Lacewings and spongeflies) are low in species diversity and yet fascinating and important elements of the freshwater fauna. This title is an key to identification with ecological notes summarising our knowledge of these fascinating animals. 71pp. 5th edition 2009

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M20412 Paperback  £19.00
SNAKE SPECIES OF THE WORLD Vol 1 A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference SNAKE SPECIES OF THE WORLD Vol 1 A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference   layout image

by Roy W McDiarmid / T''Shaka A Toure / Jonathan A Campbell

This volume covers 681 species distributed among 15 families, as follows: SCOLECOPHIDIA: Leptotyphlopodae, Anomolepidae and Typhlopidae; ALETHINOPHIDIA: Anomochilidae, Uropeltidae, Cylindrophiidae, Aniliidae; MACROSTROMATA: Xenopeltidae, Loxocemidae, Pythonidae, Boidae (Boinae, Erycinae), Bolyeriidae, Tropidophiddae and CAENOPHIDIA: Acrochoridae and Colubrpodea Viperidae (Azemiopinae, Causinae, Crotalinae, Viperinae). 512pp. 1999

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M20318 Hardback  £80.00
Green Guide CROCODILES OF AUSTRALIA Green Guide CROCODILES OF AUSTRALIA   layout image

by Grahame Webb / Charlie Manolis

Provides a fascinating insight into these intriguing creatures. Begins with the history of crocodile hunting and the rising demand for crocodile skins to their eventual protection and farming around the world. Without being to technical the author discusses the armour like skin, the powefrul jaws and what cetain aspects of its behaviour mean. 96pp. 2009

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M20303 Paperback  £7.99
A Field Guide to the REPTILES OF SOUTH-EAST ASIA A Field Guide to the REPTILES OF SOUTH-EAST ASIA   layout image

by Das Indraneil

Covers all the reptiles recorded from mainland South-East Asia, Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia to Singapore and Peninsular Malaysia, and the islands of the Great Sundas, including Sumatra, Java, Borneo and Bali. Provides a detailed account of key identification characteristics, habitat and behaviour for each species. Colour plates, 376pp. 2010

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M20300 Hardback  £35.00
FIELD GUIDE TO WILDLIFE OF NEW ZEALAND FIELD GUIDE TO WILDLIFE OF NEW ZEALAND   layout image

by Julian Fitter

This comprehensive guide covers most of the birds, many of the other vertebrate species and a large number of typical invertebrates and flora to be found in New Zealand. Succinct species accounts contain information on identification, distribution and biology. Colour photographs, 276pp. 2010

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M20267 Paperback  £16.99
FIELD GUIDE TO AUSTRALIAN REPTILES FIELD GUIDE TO AUSTRALIAN REPTILES   layout image

by Stephen Swanson

Perfect for both amateur reptile enthusiasts and experienced herpetologists. Teaming full-colour photographs and biological information to accurately identify reptiles, with information on the creatures diet, habitat and reproduction, 272pp. 2007

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M20257 Paperback  £34.99
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