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Amphibians and Reptiles of Land Between the Lakes

by David H. Snyder, A. Floyd Scott, Edmund J. Zimmerer, and David F. Frymire

Availablepaperback$24.95s 978-0-8131-6767-1
Availableweb pdf$24.95s 978-0-8131-6841-8
Availableepub$24.95s 978-0-8131-6842-5
154 pages  Pubdate: 10/21/2016  6 x 9  1 map, 92 color photos, 5 tables, 6 b&w photos

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· This definitive guide to the amphibians and reptiles of a unique region is applicable to the wider ecosystem of western and central Kentucky and Tennessee
· Features clear color images for easy identification
· Land Between the Lakes is a popular destination for camping, fishing, hunting, boating, hiking, and nature study.
· Land Between the Lakes—the largest inland peninsula in the US—was created by the damming of the Cumberland River and the construction of a canal in the 1960s. This man-made environment and its resident herpetofauna makes an interesting study.
· An important addition to our offerings on environmental education and sustainability in the region.

David H. Snyder (1962–2004) was a professor of biology at Austin Peay State University. The Museum of Zoology at Austin Peay is named in his honor.

A. Floyd Scott
is professor emeritus of biology at Austin Peay State University.

Edmund J. Zimmerer
is professor emeritus of biology at Murray State University.

David Frymire
has been a field researcher for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife, Murray State University, Austin Peay State University, and University of North Carolina–Charlotte

This work clearly represents the culmination of several lifetime's worth of study of the amphibians and reptiles of the central United States and is likely to become a valuable addition to the literature of this region. -- Paul Hime, awarded a National Science Foundation fellowship for his work on amphibians of the region

For those students who study the region this will be a book that of great importance. -- William E. Ellis, professor emeritus at Eastern Kentucky University and author of A History of Education in Kentucky