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Amphibians of the eleven contiguous western states and Alaska /

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Boise, Idaho :Idaho Department of Fish and Game,©2001.

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Alaska , Arizona , California , Colorado , Frogs , Guidebooks , Idaho , Identification , Management , Montana , Nevada , New Mexico , Oregon , Public lands , Rare amphibians , Salamanders , Toads , United States, West , Utah , Washington (State) , West (U.S.) , Wyoming

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.121534

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Amphibians of the eleven contiguous western states and Alaska /

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Thomas, Allan E., , author

Bracewell, Robin, , illustrator
Thomas, Harriet.
Idaho. Department of Fish and Game.
United States. Bureau of Land Management.
United States. Bureau of Land Management. Idaho State Office.

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Book

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Published material

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Boise, Idaho :Idaho Department of Fish and Game,©2001.

Notes:

The purpose of this guide is to bring together information on the amphibians in the western United States where most BLM lands are located, as a quick reference to where amphibians are, what their habitats are, possible reasons for declines, and key references to aid in planning and management. Species are listed in alphabetical order of common names for the simple reason of allowing specialists and managers to quickly find information on species where they may only have a name on a list. Pages are not numbered to allow the insertion of updated information on the amphibians such as status, taxonomy, and habits, without making the guide obsolete.

Contents: Key to status ranking -- | Amphibians (published in alphabetical order of common name) -- | Status of amphibians by States -- | Important sources of amphibian information.

Subjects

Alaska , Arizona , California , Colorado , Frogs , Guidebooks , Idaho , Identification , Management , Montana , Nevada , New Mexico , Oregon , Public lands , Rare amphibians , Salamanders , Toads , United States, West , Utah , Washington (State) , West (U.S.) , Wyoming

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QL644.73.W3 T46 2001

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English

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OCLC: 957557346

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.121534

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TI - Amphibians of the eleven contiguous western states and Alaska /
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