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|Throughout much of the world, frog populations are declining and some species are disappearing totally. In Australia, several species have become extinct in the past 25 years.This revised and updated guide provides concise accounts of all the kwn frogs of Australia. There are 230 species within the five native frog families: Hylidae, Limdynastidae, Microhylidae, Myobatrachidae and Ranidae. Also included are the introduced Cane Toad and nine `stowaway' species that have arrived in Australia.The text for each species includes details of size, status, distribution, habitat, behaviour and advertisement call. Each species is accompanied by a map of Australia showing its kwn distribution, and a full-colour painted illustration. Closely related frogs are shown in identical poses so that comparisons can be made readily. The introductory section of the book covers frog biology and habitats and includes tes on families and genera.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||108628496|
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|Author(s)||Frank Knight, Michael J. Tyler|
|Place of Publication||Melbourne|
|Edition Statement||Revised Edition|
|Country of Publication||AU|
|Subject||Natural History: Animal & Wildlife|
|Date of Publication||30/09/2011|
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top book, Awesome book great value recommend to any frog lover great photos
very happy with this book 5 star easy to use, very detailed good photos would recommend to anyone. I bought to find out what frogs I had in my back yard which are a lot of different kinds, photos and sounds made it easy to identified them.