Florida’s Frogs, Toads, and Other Amphibians: A Guide to Their Identification and Habits
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With a voice that is both relaxed and reliable, R.D. and Patricia Bartlett provide detailed species descriptions, range maps, and striking color photographs for each of the sixty-three native and five non-native species of amphibians found within the state. They also provide general information such as the difference between toads and frogs and between salamanders and newts, how to tell one species from another, what they eat, how they reproduce, ongoing controversies regarding scientific nomenclature and taxonomy, and where each animal can most commonly be found.
Accessible to readers of any age, from young children to retirees, the book is an ideal addition to your window ledge or backpack.