Salamanders of the United States and Canada

Describes the ecology, evolution, behavior, and natural history of one hundred twenty-seven recognized species of salamanders.

Salamanders of the United States and Canada

Author: James W. Petranka

Publisher: Smithsonian Inst Press

ISBN: 9781588343086

Page: 587

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Describes the ecology, evolution, behavior, and natural history of one hundred twenty-seven recognized species of salamanders.

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