Last edited by Zololabar
Monday, August 3, 2020 | History

2 edition of field guide to the snakes and lizards of New South Wales found in the catalog.

field guide to the snakes and lizards of New South Wales

Gerry Swan

field guide to the snakes and lizards of New South Wales

by Gerry Swan

  • 193 Want to read
  • 12 Currently reading

Published by Three Sisters Productions in Winmalee, NSW .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • New South Wales.,
  • New South Wales
    • Subjects:
    • Snakes -- Australia -- New South Wales.,
    • Lizards -- Australia -- New South Wales.,
    • Snakes -- Australia -- New South Wales -- Identification.,
    • Lizards -- Australia -- New South Wales -- Identification.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 209-221) and index.

      Other titlesSnakes and lizards of New South Wales.
      StatementGerry Swan.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL663 .S93 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination224 p. :
      Number of Pages224
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1775752M
      LC Control Number92130649

      In A field guide to reptiles of New South Wales you will find every gecko, flap-footed lizard, goanna, dragon, skink, snake and turtle known to live throughout the many habitats of New South telltale details that make identification possible lie in the descriptions of families, genera and species. Where you need to tune out similar species, simple keys are provided. Sydney: New Holland Publishers, third edition. Octavo, paperback, colour photographs, maps. Covers every gecko, flap-footed lizard, goanna, dragon, skink, snake and turtle known to live throughout the many habitats of New South Wales. The new edition of this state reptile guide narrows down the field of species identification to a manageable size for any naturalist.

        The definitive photographic field guide to all of New Zealand's reptiles and amphibians. With more than extraordinary color photographs and richly informative text, Reptiles and Amphibians of New Zealand is the definitive field guide to all of the country's tuatara, geckos, skinks, frogs, marine turtles, and marine snakes. From the ancient tuatara, the sole surviving member of its Brand: Princeton University Press. Field Guide to Reptiles and Frogs of the Perth Region. Bush, Brian, Maryan, Brad, Browne-Cooper, Robert, Robinson, David. $ Add to cart; A Field Guide to Reptiles of New South Wales (Third Edition) Swan, Gerry, Ross Sadlier and Glenn Shea. $ Add to cart; Snakes: Ecology and Conservation Mullin, Stephen J. and Richard A. Seigel, editors.

      Gerry Swan is the author of A Complete Guide To Reptiles Of Australia ( avg rating, 7 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), A Photographic Guide to th /5. Pages in category "Reptiles of New South Wales" The following 19 pages are in this category, out of 19 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().


Share this book
You might also like
Slob

Slob

Retail innovation and planning.

Retail innovation and planning.

Verses of other days.

Verses of other days.

Bulletin Funeral Forest

Bulletin Funeral Forest

Breach of faith

Breach of faith

The candy factory

The candy factory

Peter Richard Kenrick and Martin John Spalding

Peter Richard Kenrick and Martin John Spalding

Lawrence, 1912

Lawrence, 1912

Simply human beings

Simply human beings

Greenpeace story

Greenpeace story

Tiny kittens

Tiny kittens

Mortgage foreclosures and other current mortgage credit issues

Mortgage foreclosures and other current mortgage credit issues

Field guide to the snakes and lizards of New South Wales by Gerry Swan Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Field Guide to the Snakes and Lizards of New South Wales [Swan, Gerry, Swan, Gerry, Swan, Gerry] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Field Guide to the Snakes and Lizards of New South WalesAuthor: Gerry Swan. This book is a thorough update, expansion and revision of A Field Guide to the Snakes and Lizards of New South Wales published in Since then, the number of species has increased, countless names have changed and new species locations have been : Paperback.

A Field Guide to Reptiles of New South Wales is a thorough update, expansion and revision of the original book – A Field Guide to the Snakes and Lizards of New South Wales, which was first published in – and the subsequent edition which was revised in Since the second edition 20 new species of reptiles have been recorded in New South Wales.

This book is a thorough update, expansion and revision of A Field Guide to the Snakes and Lizards of New South Wales published in Since then, the number of species has increased, countless names have changed and new species locations have been found.

In addition, the freshwater and marine turtles have been added. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations (some color), maps ; 24 cm: Other Titles: Snakes and lizards of New. The location maps, generated from the Australian Museum database, also prove book is a thorough update, expansion and revision of the original book – A Field Guide to the Snakes and Lizards of New South Wales, which was first published in – and the subsequent edition which was revised in Availability: In stock.

This book is a thorough update, expansion and revision of A Field Guide to the Snakes and Lizards of New South Wales published in Since then, the number of species has increased, countless names have changed and new species locations have been found.

A field guide to the snakes and lizards of New South Wales / Gerry Swan Three Sisters Productions Winmalee, N.S.W Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

Home / Nature / A Field Guide to the Snakes and Lizards of New South Wales. A Field Guide to the Snakes and Lizards of New South Wales $ In stock. Add to cart. Add to International Quote.

Product Information; That is for one book or as many as you like. Overseas buyers please ask for a. Generally field guides serve one purpose; to identify animals in the field. However it is a rare occurrence when one finds a field guide that is as useful to identify species as it is to educate.

Bill Branch has written such a book about the reptiles of southern Africa.5/5(1). ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Previous edition: published as A field guide to the snakes and lizards of New South Wales. For the past 30 years he has been working to compile a comprehensive photographic documentation of Australia reptiles.

He has authored/co-authored more than 5 books, including A Field Guide to Reptiles, What Snake is That, and What Lizard is That and has written many magazine articles on reptiles. For the past 20 years Steve has worked at the 5/5(2). I have used this field guide for many years as a reference for identifying new species of reptiles & amphibians.

My "most wanted" California reptiles & amphibians that I would still like to see in the wild: Rosy Boa, Mountain Kingsnake, California Legless Lizard and the Yosemite Toad/5.

This book is a thorough update, expansion and revision of 'A Field Guide To The Snakes And Lizards Of New South Wales' published in Since then, the number of species has increased, countless names have changes and new species locations have been found.

In addition, the freshwater and marine turtles have been bility: Out of stock. He is an established New Holland author, having written the popular Green Guide to Snakes and Other Reptiles of Australia.

Wildlife photographer and author Steve Wilson works at the Queensland Museum as the Inquiry Centre Supervisor. He fields countless natural history inquiries from the general public. Swan, G. A Field Guide to the Snakes and Lizards of New South Wales, A Three Sisters Publication, PO BoxWinmalee, NSW, Notes: A pocket sized guide containing descriptions and studio photographs of all the species.

John Cann has researched turtles and snakes all over Australia. He has also discovered and described a number of Australian turtle species and written a number of books on the subject. The latest one is a very fine publication (Cann & Sadlier. With more than extraordinary color photographs and richly informative text, Reptiles and Amphibians of New Zealand is the definitive field guide to all of the country’s tuatara, geckos, skinks, frogs, marine turtles, and marine snakes.

From the ancient tuatara, the sole surviving member of its order, to the world’s largest collection of long-lived and live-bearing lizards, New Zealand. A general introduction includes information on the group to which each species belongs with reference to the relevant text within the guide.;Gerry Swan is also the author of “A Field Guide to the Snakes and Lizards of New South Wales” for which he won a Whitely Award in Price: $ Reptiles and Amphibians of Australia is a complete guide to Australia’s rich and varied herpetofauna, including frogs, crocodiles, turtles, tortoises, lizards and snakes.

“With increasing public concern for the environment, and the emergence of the ‘citizen scientist’, interest in less fashionable wildlife such as reptiles and amphibians has increased,” writes herpetologist Bill Branch in his new book Pocket Guide Snakes and Other Reptiles of Southern this helpful, easy and up-to-date guide is just what you need to spot, identify and treasure.Gerry is also currently updating A Field Guide to Reptiles of New South Wales for the 3rd edition, working on the 5th edition of A Complete Guide to Reptiles of Australia, and writing a concise guide of the snakes of Australia for the tourist market.

Publications. Books. Swan, G. A Field Guide to the Snakes and Lizards of New South Wales.In 27 libraries. Covers every gecko, flap-footed lizard, goanna, dragon, skink, snake and turtle known to live throughout the many habitats of New South Wales. The new edition of this state reptile guide narrows down the field of species identification to a manageable size for any naturalist.

The tell tale details that make ID possible lie in the descriptions of families, genera and species.