The Amphibia of the Indo-Australian Archipelago; Volume 1923 (Paperback)
Considered an indispensable book for students, herpetologists and researchers, this monograph is an exhaustive survey of amphibian fauna in the Indo-Australian region. The book covers the archipelago from Sumatra and Java to the Philippines, as well as the Malay Peninsula, New Guinea, and Northern Australia. The author describes 262 different species with detailed accounts of their morphological features, habitat, diet, and behavior. The book is enriched with meticulous drawings, photographs, and geographical maps. This book is a significant contribution to the field of herpetology and the understanding of the vast biodiversity of the Southeast Asian archipelago.
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