A field guide to reptiles and amphibians of Eastern and Central North America
Using both photographs & hundreds of maps, 574 species & subspecies are identified & described. A companion volume is A Field Guide to Western Reptiles & Amphibians (1985).
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Making and Transporting the Catch
What About the Snakebite Problem?
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adults Amphibians anal divided anal single areas belly black spots blotches carapace Carolina Chorus Frog Coastal Coral Snake costal grooves crossbands dark brown dark spots dark stripe dorsal scales dorsolateral dorsum Earless Lizard Eastern extr females Florida Garter genus gray green greenish ground color habitats hatching head head-body max hind Identification intergrades keeled scales Kingsnake labials lateral stripe legs light line light spots light stripes males Map Turtle Mexico middorsal stripe Milk Snakes Mississippi Mole Salamanders neck neotenic northern occur orange pale pattern pigment plain plastron Plate prairies Range RAT SNAKE record reddish Reptiles row of scales scale rows Scales keeled Scales smooth scutes side of body Similar species Skink SNAKE PI snout southern specimens streams subspecies tail Texas throat toads toes Treefrog usually variable venter ventral WATER SNAKE Western Whiptail whitish Woodland Salamanders yellow yellowish Young