Biology of Amphibians
This is the widely acclaimed, preeminent reference and text on all aspects of amphibian biology, including their life history, ecology, morphology, and evolution. Copiously illustrated with original drawings and photographs and meticulously referenced with more than 2,500 bibliographic entries, it has proved indispensable to professional biologists and students alike. Now reissued in paperback with an updated preface by the authors, Biology of Amphibians remains the standard work in its field.
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It is a wonderful book with picturesque explanation about Amphibia. It arouses in readers an interest in herpetology.
INTRODUCTION TO THE AMPHIBIA
COURTSHIP AND MATING
EGGS AND DEVELOPMENT
RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE ENVIRONMENT
COMMUNITY ECOLOGY AND SPECIES DIVERSITY
INTEGUMENTARY SENSORY AND VISCERAL SYSTEMS
CYTOGENETIC MOLECULAR AND GENOMIC EVOLUTION
FOOD AND FEEDING
ENEMIES AND DEFENSE