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Identification Guide to the Snakes of Florida

Identification Guide to the Snakes of Florida

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Identification Guide to the Snakes of Florida 
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This full color, illustrated guide is a “must have” for anyone who spends time outdoors in areas where snakes may be encountered. Expert herpetologists Steve Johnson and Monica McGarrity provide critical venomous snake safety information, including tips for identifying venomous snakes, DOs and DON’Ts of venomous snake safety, and a guide to preparing for and dealing with a snakebite emergency. Color photographs of each of Florida’s 46 snake species illustrate adult and juvenile markings and any important color variations that will help you to identify these snakes in the wild. The guide provides detailed information about the average size of each snake, habitats where they are commonly found, what they eat, and more. This portable, durable, water-resistant guide is an essential reference to keep in your glove box, tool shed or backpack. Ring bound; 4” x 6”; 138 pp.

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This title is temporarily out of stock.  A new revised edition is in progress, and is expected in late 2017.
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