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Old 3rd December 2015   #1
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Hi, I would like to suggest this beautiful and complete Atlas of Italian amphibians and reptiles, ISBN 978-88-596-0629-1 , almost 800 pages with color pictures and double language ( Italian and English).
All species and subspecies are covered in details: taxonomy, general distribution, distribution maps with comment, habitat and altitudinal information, annual activity cycle, reproduction information and status of population.
Published in 2006 and reprinted in 2009 it will be soon rare to find, could be a nice Christmas gift
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Some more pictures
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The entries on Ichthyosaura alpestris, Salamandra lanzai and Pelobates fuscus can be seen here:

http://www.francoandreone.it/docs/trialp.pdf
http://www.francoandreone.it/docs/sallan.pdf
http://www.francoandreone.it/docs/pelfus.pdf

Unfortunately the book is very expensive now- I've not seen one for less than £100.



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Yes price is quite high but consider the 400 pages and the color picture.. I bought here for 68 Ä Mondadori Store - Vendita online di libri, eBook, eReader, cd.. I'm not sure they ship out of Italy.
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