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Belly Fire Newt Handbook

Author : Mitchell T Cudmore
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Belly Fire Newt Handbook: Inclusive Guide on Belly Fire Newt Nurturing; Conduct, Health Issues, What They Eat, Lodging & Picking One as a Pet, Etc.The Chinese fire stomach newt (additionally called the oriental fire midsection newt) and the Japanese fire gut newt are the absolute most basic creatures of land and water that are sold as pets. In the wild, the Chinese fire midsection newt is found at low and centre rises around sluggish waterways in China while the Japanese fire tummy newt is found in comparable areas all through Japan.With their striking orange-red markings on their stomachs, fire paunch newts make an appealing pet and require just a little nook that imitates their current circumstance in nature.Dynamic, strong, and moderately simple to really focus, ablaze stomach newts are a famous decision for fledgling land and water proficient attendants. They're a great pet to notice, however their harmful skin discharges make them imprudent to deal with. In any case, when you get them set up with the appropriate climate and decide their taking care of timetable, they can be a low-support, agreeable ally for a long time. And if you are the type that crave to have belly fire newts as pets, then this great guide will take you through all the basics of belly fire newts care, from start to finish!These and many more will be looked into in this wonderful guide! Just scroll up and tap Buy Now Button to get your copy right away!You will be happy you did!

Amphibian Survey and Monitoring Handbook

Author : John W. Wilkinson
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"Evidence bases for conservation are becoming increasingly important to convince landowners and politicians of the need to take action in defence of species and habitats all around the world. A valuable feature of this book is its emphasis on collecting and analysing such essential information." Trevor Beebee, Phyllomedusa Amphibians are among the most globally endangered groups of vertebrates with more than one-third of species being assessed as declining or threatened. Often, amphibian declines can be attributed to a suite of interacting factors, many of which are human in origin, but further information is needed to elaborate the key causes and to discover ways of reversing declines. Robust surveys provide vital ecological and biological data on amphibian populations, and underpin the decisions made to protect species and reverse their declines. Ongoing monitoring informs land managers and decision makers about whether they are taking the right action. This book is designed to help you carry out amphibian surveying and monitoring so that the results of your surveys can be used effectively. Part 1 introduces amphibians: order Anura (frogs and toads); Caudata (newts and salamanders); and order Gymnophonia (caecilians). Part 2 is essential reading before you start surveying. It introduces the different types of survey and monitoring programmes and discusses survey aims and resources. It contains chapters on collecting and handling survey data; survey permissions and licencing; health and safety, and biosecurity; and handling amphibians. Part 3 discusses everything you need to know during your survey, and provides a detailed look at amphibian survey methods. Part 4 covers presenting and using your survey’s data to best effect. A useful resources section is also provided, with example survey forms and details of additional information resources that will optimize the impacts of your surveys. Key amphibian survey techniques are discussed with reference to published examples of successful surveys – so you’ll be able to choose what’s right for your situation. Tips on optimizing your survey effort and handling amphibians in the field are also included. Whether carrying out a student expedition project or seeking information to support the management of a protected area, this book contains essential advice from an amphibian ecologist who has encountered the same sorts of decisions you’ll face when planning your surveys.

Handbook of Hormones

Author : Yoshio Takei
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Handbook of Hormones: Comparative Endocrinology for Basic and Clinical Research collates fundamental information about the structure and function of hormones from basic biology to clinical use. The handbook offers a rapid way to obtain specific facts about the chemical and molecular characteristics of hormones, their receptors and signalling pathways, and the biological activities they regulate. The evolution of hormones and gene families is also covered both in the text and in online ancillaries. Users will find simple and visual ways to learn key molecular information. Chapters and online ancillary resources integrate additional sections, providing a comparative molecular, functional, and evolutionary consideration. Provides the only single resource available with concise, yet informative descriptions of hormones in vertebrates, invertebrates, and plants Presents hormones in groups according to their origin, so that readers can easily understand their inter-relation Includes comparative information on the structures and functions of hormones enabling readers to understand both general and specific actions in and across species Ancillary website hosts additional information, including sequence data, comparative data, figures, and tables

Student Handbook

Author : James Hughes
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A study guide for students.

Handbook of Natural History An Explanation of the Natural History Diagrams for the Use of Schools

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Handbook of Natural History Being an Explanation of Boucard s Series of Pictorial Diagrams Natural Specimens Illustrative of Human Physiology Zoology Botany Geology and Mineralogy

Author : Adolphe Boucard
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The UFAW Handbook on the Care and Management of Laboratory Animals

Author : Universities Federation for Animal Welfare
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The Conservation Handbook

Author : William J. Sutherland
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Textbooks on the principles of conservation biology abound. Yet, how does one put this theoretical knowledge into practice? The aim of The Conservation Handbook is to provide clear guidance on the implementation of conservation techniques. The wide range of methods described include those for ecological research, monitoring, planning, education, habitat management and combining conservation with development. Nineteen case studies illustrate how the methods have been applied. The book will be of interest to conservation biology students and practicing conservationists worldwide. For each copy of the book sold, another copy will be sent free to a practicing conservationist outside Western Europe, North America, Australia, New Zealand and Japan. Foreword by E. O. Wilson. Concise, practical guide packed full of ideas, methods and advice. Provides solutions for the main conservation problems most commonly encountered. 18 global case studies illustrate the application of techniques. The Conservation Handbook Donations Project this book is being sent free to those practising conservationists outside Western Europe, North America, Australia, New Zealand and Japan who are otherwise unlikely to obtain a copy. These copies are provided at cost price by Blackwell Science, the publisher, and paid for with the author''s royalties. Each book sold means another one will be donated.

Amphibians of Europe North Africa and the Middle East

Author : Christophe Dufresnes
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Packed with outstanding photographs, this practical, compact yet comprehensive reference is the definitive guide to all 139 amphibian species found in the Western Palearctic and adjacent regions. From familiar frogs and toads to striking salamanders and newts, the detailed text describes each species' appearance, habitat and behaviour, and includes useful information on their classifications, ecology and life cycles. Grouped by families for ease of use, every account includes an accurate distribution map and colour photographs annotated with crucial details to help swiftly identify species in the field. Written by field biologist Christophe Dufresnes, this is the ultimate photographic guide for amateurs and expert herpetologists alike.

Handbook of Pesticide Toxicology Principles

Author : Robert Irving Krieger
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