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Michigan Turtles & Lizards (Reptiles & Amphibians)

Harding

Michigan Turtles & Lizards (Reptiles & Amphibians)

by Harding

  • 52 Want to read
  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Michigan State University Extension .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reptiles & Amphibians,
  • Nature / Field Guide Books

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9347857M
    ISBN 100808141015
    ISBN 109780808141013

    Turtles is a book in Barron's series of Complete Pet Owner's Manuals. This manual offers detailed instructions on turtle care, safe handling, feeding, health care, . In association with J. Alan Holman, Jim Harding produced Michigan Turtles and Lizards: A Field Guide and Pocket Reference in followed two years later by a similar paperback volume on the amphibians of Michigan. The most recent work encompassing the herpetofauna of the entire Great Lakes region is a noteworthy solo achievement.

    Product Information: This book sets the standard for reptile and amphibian field guides. It contains 68 species - all the turtles, snakes, lizards, salamanders, frogs and toads in 5/5(1). Reptiles & Amphibians of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan Field Guide | An easy-to-use identification guide of all the turtles, snakes, lizards, salamanders, frogs and toads in .

      Book Overview An easy-to-use identification guide of all the turtles, snakes, lizards, salamanders, frogs and toads in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan, Edition DetailsAuthor: Stan Tekiela. The painted turtle is the only turtle still commonly found in Michigan of the nine or ten native species that live in the state. The other turtles native to Michigan are Blanding's turtle, snapping turtle, musk turtle, spotted turtle, wood turtle, eastern box turtle, common map turtle, and eastern spiny softshell turtle.


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Michigan Turtles & Lizards (Reptiles & Amphibians) by Harding Download PDF EPUB FB2

"This book covers the 10 turtle and 2 lizard species that live in Michigan. This book is a practical guide for landowners, recreationists, students, educators, wildlife managers, naturalists, and others who would like to identify the turtles or lizards they encounter in Michigan.4/5.

"Michigan Turtles and Lizards" is a companion volume to "Michigan Frogs, Toads, and Salamanders," and "Michigan Snakes." There are 10 turtle and 2 lizard (excluding snakes) species that live in our state, so this is a rather slender little volume, only 94 pages long, but it is packed with information and color photographs of each species/5(3).

Turtles are among the longest living animals on earth and they take a long time to sexually mature. Box turtles can surpass a century in age; the oldest known box turtle lived to be years old.

Female turtles tend to take longer to reach sexual maturity than males. "Michigan Turtles and Lizards" is a companion volume to "Michigan Frogs, Toads, and Salamanders," and "Michigan Snakes." There are 10 turtle and 2 lizard (excluding snakes) species that live in our state, so this is a rather slender little volume, only 94 pages long, but it is packed with information and color photographs of each species/5(2).

20 rows  Michigan, one of the fifty United States, is home to two types of lizards, nineteen types of. Michigan Turtles and Lizards: A Field Guide and Pocket Reference (First Edition) by James Harding and J.

Alan Holman () Product Description Author: James H. Harding and J. Alan Holman. Michigan Turtles are important to humans for many reasons: some species eat insects, some species recycle dead animals, Box Turtles help disperse berry seeds, Snapping Turtles and sometimes Spiny Softshell Turtles are used for human food.

Turtles have lived on the Earth for over million years. I’m Posing for the Camera, photo by capcbd. It appears the turtle above is aware that Michigan’s state reptile is the painted turtle.

I thought it perfect for my day-late post celebrating World Turtle Day (May 23), an annual day of recognition that was started in by American Tortoise offer some tips to help preserve endangered turtles worldwide including not buying. The revision of a popular field guide is now ready and available to purchase from the Michigan State University Extension Bookstore.

Michigan Turtles and Lizards (E), a nontechnical guide, includes color photos of the 10 turtle and two lizard species that make Michigan their home. The guide was written by James H. Harding, instructor in the MSU Department of Zoology, and.

Genre/Form: Field guides Identification: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Harding, James H. Michigan turtles and lizards. East Lansing, MI: Michigan.

Alan Holman was an American paleontologist, herpetologist, professor and Michigan State University Museum curator well known for his work called Pleistocene Amphibians and Reptiles in North America which was published by Oxford graduated from Franklin College, Franklin, Indiana in with a degree of "Distinction in Biology" and a passion for research and field work.

Choose from a variety of pet reptiles for sale including snakes, lizards, turtles and more. Find the perfect companion, from desert-dwelling dragons and sun-loving snakes to nocturnal geckos and invertebrates.

Or if you want to make a splash with aquatic turtles, frogs or toads, we have what you're looking for in local stores near you. Get this from a library. Michigan turtles and lizards: a field guide and pocket reference.

[James H Harding; J Alan Holman; Michigan State University. Cooperative Extension Service.]. Small Turtles Banned For Sale as Pets, Pose Salmonella Risk Contact: Angela Minicuci () For Immediate Release: November 6, LANSING – The Michigan Departments of Community Health (MDCH) and Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are investigating cases of Salmonella in people who have contact with small pet.

Readers will learn that herpetology is the scientific study of amphibians and reptiles while herpetofauna is used to describe amphibians and reptiles occurring in a defined geographic area, and that amphibians include frogs, toads, salamanders and caecilians and reptiles include turtles, tortoises crocodilians, lizards, snakes and tuatara.

Field guide to Michigan's 10 turtle and 2 lizard species. Popular, non technical guide includes large color photos of Michigan turtles and lizards, descriptions, habitats and distribution maps of where found.

Includes checklist, key to identification and explanation of terms. The Michigan Turtles page from the DNR says in part: Turtles reproduce by internal fertilization and produce shelled eggs deposited on land.

Most mating takes place in spring after a brief courtship, which begins shortly after turtles emerge from. The revision of a popular field guide is now ready and available to purchase from the Michigan State University Extension Bookstore.

Michigan Turtles and Lizards (E), a nontechnical guide, includes color photos of the 10 turtle and two lizard species that make Michigan their home. The guide was written by James H. Harding, instructor in the MSU Department of Zoology, and herpetology and.

This book sets the standard for reptile and amphibian field guides. It contains 68 species - all the turtles, snakes, lizards, salamanders, frogs and toads in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. The crisp images include details needed for identification, while the comprehensive information is a perfect reference for beginners and experts.5/5(1).

This book and CD set is the new standard for reptile and amphibian field guides Book Features: large photo of every reptile and amphibian in Michigan; different sections for turtles, snakes, lizards, salamanders, frogs and toads.

Throughout his career at the Cranbrook Institute for Science and Michigan State University, Harding has been very active in educating people about snakes, turtles, toads, and lizards through his numerous books, articles, and Edition: Product Information.

This book and CD set is the new standard for reptile and amphibian field guides! Book Features: * large photo of every reptile and amphibian in Michigan * different sections for turtles, snakes, lizards, salamanders, frogs and toads CD Features: * quality digital recordings of the frogs and toads with Stan's tips for identifying by sound * sections for learning the sounds 5/5(1).This book and CD set is the new standard for reptile and amphibian field guides Book Features: large photo of every reptile and amphibian in Michigan; different sections for turtles, snakes, lizards, salamanders, frogs and toads.

CD Features: quality digital recordings of the frogs and toads with Stan's tips for identifying by sound; sections for learning the sounds and practicing identification.