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by Jonathan A. Campbell,Edmund D. Brodie,Jr.

eBook Biology of the Pitvipers download ISBN: 0963053701
Author: Jonathan A. Campbell,Edmund D. Brodie,Jr.
Publisher: Selva Publishing; 1st Edition. edition (January 2, 1992)
Language: English
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Jonathan Atwood Campbell (born 13 May 1947) is an American herpetologist. He is currently professor of biology at University of Texas at Arlington. He was a distinguished professor and chair of the Department of Biology, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas. Campbell earned his Bachelor of Science in biology at the University of Texas at Arlington, and he earned his PhD degree in systematics and ecology in 1982 at University of Kansas. June 2014 - Distinguished Honoree.

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Edmund D Brodie II.

The members of the genus Ecnomiohyla from Mexico and Nuclear Central America have had their taxonomic names applied inconsistently in the literature, notably with much confusion surrounding specimens from the Maya Mountains of Belize.

MS thesis) In: Campbell, Jonathan . and Edmund D., The Biology of the Pitvipers. Pythons of the World, Volume 1, Australia. The Herpetocultural Library, Advanced Vivarium Systems, Lakeside, California. 171 pp. ^ Harvey, M. B. & D. G. Barker (1998): A new species of blue- tailed monitor lizard (genus Varanus) from Halmahera Island, Indonesia. Herpetologica, 54: 34–44.

Jonathan A. Campbell, Eric N. Smith, Jeffrey W Streicher, Manuel E. Acevedo, Edmund D. Brodie. A new species of Hyla is described from the wet northern slopes of the Oaxacan Highlands.

Biology of the Pitvipers. Brodie, E. J. R. Mendelson III, and J. A. Taxonomic revision of the Mexican plethodontid salamanders of the genus Lineatriton, with the description of two new species. Copeia 58(2): 194–204. Campbell, J. and E. D. xi + 567 pp. 200 figs. 100 tables, y 17 planchas con 122 ilustraciones color. 2002. Pp. ix–x in G. Schuett, M. Höggren, M. E. Douglas, and H. W. Greene (ed., Biology of the Vipers. Eagle Mountain Publishing, Utah. Parkinson, C. Campbell, and P. Chippindale. Multigene analyses of pitviper (Viperidae: Crotalinae) phylogeny and biogeography.

5th Biology of the Vipers Conference. Congratulations to the authors: Jonathan A. Campbell, Edmund Darrell Brodie J. Itzue Caviedes Solis, Adrian Nieto Montes de Oca, Victor H Luja, Oscar Flores-Villela, Uri Garcia, Goutam Chandra Sarker, Elijah Wostl, and Eric N. Smith. Center For Snake Conservation. See the full description here: herp.

An exceptional collection of 30 seperate contributions by 51 authorities covering the systematics, evolution, natural history, behavior, and conservation of the world's pit-vipers. Also included are papers providing a comprehensive review of pit-viper envenomation and treatment and a discussion of Paramyxoviral infections in animals maintained in captivity. A must have volume for everyone interested in Pit-Vipers. Illustrated with 122 color and 100 b/w photos, numerous graphs, charts and tables, multiple bibliographies.
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Overall this is a good book. I would recommend it to the more serious herpetologist than for an amateur. If you are looking for some in-depth information about certain topics then this can be a real gold mine. If you're more interested in overall general information then perhaps you should borrow someone else's copy (university library) and look it over first. I bought mine from the previous reviews and have not regrets that I did.
If you are looking for a book that is easy to read and tells you about the basic biology of pit vipers, then this book is not for you. It is made up of a number of published scientific papers documenting different aspects of pit vipers. If you are a big fan of reading scientific journals, or you would like a big pretty book to put on your book shelf or coffee table, then this book is for you. I bought it under the assumption that it was a standard format book, not a collection of scientific journals, so I was a little bit disappointed. That being said, it does have some good information in it, you just have to filter it out.