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Harvey Pough Robin M. Andrews John E. Cadle Martha L. Crump Alan H. Herpetology, Second Edition has been thoroughly revised. The text has been reorganized, new chapters have been added, new text references have been inserted. All this plus new color systematics sections will maintain this book as THE leading textbook on the biology of amphibians and reptiles. The book will also showcase reptiles and amphibians as model systems in conceptual areas of biology.

Such a text will help integrate herpetology as a discipline into conceptually oriented undergraduate programs. The book should also appeal to a large audience of sophisticated lay people interested in reptiles and amphibians. Pough, F. Harvey, Robin M. Andrews, John E. Cadle, Martha L. Crump, Alan H. Savitzky, and Kentwood D. Herpetology, Second Edition. New York: Prentice Hall, pp. Advanced Search. Noelle Beckman. John M. Title Herpetology, Second Edition.

Authors F. Abstract Herpetology, Second Edition has been thoroughly revised. Recommended Citation Pough, F. This document is currently not available here. Enter search terms:. SelectedWorks Author Gallery. James Cane.

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Herpetology , Fourth Edition presents a functional understanding of amphibians and reptiles—what they do and how they do it, and how those attributes are related to their ecology and evolutionary history. The book explains why amphibians and reptiles, which are distantly related evolutionary lineages, are nonetheless grouped in the discipline known as herpetology, and describes the position of amphibians and reptiles within the evolution of vertebrates. Initial chapters present the fossil history of amphibians and reptiles and the phylogenetic relationships of extant groups, with descriptions of the biological characteristics of each family and photographs of representative species. The phylogenetic and biogeography chapters have been extensively revised to incorporate the most recent molecular phylogenetic information, including extensive discussion of the expanding field of phylogeography.

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Harvey Pough Robin M. Andrews John E. Cadle Martha L. Crump Alan H. Herpetology, Second Edition has been thoroughly revised.

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F Pough. Herpetology, Fourth Edition presents a functional understanding of amphibians and reptiles—what they do and how they do it, and how those attributes are related to their ecology and evolutionary history. The book explains why amphibians and reptiles, which are distantly related evolutionary lineages, are nonetheless grouped in the discipline known as herpetology, and describes the position of amphibians and reptiles within the evolution of vertebrates. Initial chapters present the fossil history of amphibians and reptiles and the phylogenetic relationships of extant groups, with descriptions of the biological characteristics of each family and photographs of representative species.

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