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Ernst, Carl H
Venomous reptiles of the United States, Canada, and northern Mexico / Carl H. Ernst and Evelyn M. Ernst
Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, c2011-2012
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 4th Floor  QL666.O6 E773 2011  v.1    AVAILABLE
 4th Floor  QL666.O6 E773 2011  v.2    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Poisonous snakes -- North America
Heloderma -- North America
Physical Description 2 v., [14] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps ; 26 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents v. 1. Heloderma, Micruroides, Micrurus, Pelamis, Agkistrodon, Sistrurus -- v. 2. Crotalus. Eastern diamond-backed rattlesnake ; Western diamond-backed rattlesnake ; Mexican west coast rattlesnake ; Santa Catalina Island rattleless rattlesnake ; Sidewinder ; Baja California rattlesnake ; Southern Pacific rattlesnake ; Timber rattlesnake ; Rock rattlesnake ; Speckled rattlesnake ; Black-tailed rattlesnake ; Northern pacific rattlesnake ; Twin-spotted rattlesnake ; Red diamond rattlesnake ; Mojave rattlesnake ; Panamint rattlesnake ; Tiger rattlesnake ; Tortuga Island rattlesnake ; Totonacan rattlesnake ; Western rattlesnake ; Ridge-nosed rattlesnake
Summary The first volume contains species accounts of the venomous lizards and elapid and viperid snakes found north of Mexico's twenty-fifth parallel. Volume two covers the twenty-one species of rattlesnakes found in the United States, Canada, and northern Mexico
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Alternate Author Ernst, Evelyn M

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