Snakes, Lizards and Frogs of the Victorian Mallee
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About this book Contents Related titles. Images Additional images. About this book This book covers 56 species that inhabit this area as well as a further 24 species occurring in fringe riverine and woodland systems. Contents History of the Mallee region; Ecology of the Mallee; Threats to Mallee habitat; 56 species accounts; 24 fringe dwelling species; Snake venom and first-aid; Common snake fallacies; Glossary; Bibliography; Index Customer Reviews Review this book.
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English Choose a language for shopping. Source: Rights holder: Provided by:. Main Image. Main Audio. Ctenophorus fordi Storr, Amphibolurus fordi Storr, synonym. Published in: Storr, G.
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Published in: Wells, R. Mallee Military Dragon. Ctenophorus fordi inferred accepted. Queensland: Classification codes under the Nature Conservation Act