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Michigan Turtles and Lizards

A Field Guide and Pocket Reference

by James J. Harding

  • 177 Want to read
  • 23 Currently reading

Published by Michigan State Univ Bulletin Office .
Written in English


ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7602610M
ISBN 100614069270
ISBN 109780614069273

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Michigan Turtles and Lizards by James J. 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.

Great book out of 5 stars Older than the dinosaurs Reviewed in the United States on Octo "Michigan Turtles and Lizards" is a companion volume to "Michigan Frogs, Toads, and Salamanders," and "Michigan Snakes."/5(3). "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).

Michigan Turtles and Lizards: A Field Guide and Pocket Reference (First Edition) by James Harding and J. Alan Holman () Photographed wraps featuring turtle on front wrap. Wraps have minor rubbing to corners.

Spine has some wear to ends. Interior appears clean upon flip through. Michigan Turtles and Lizards by James J. Harding, J. Alan Holman, DecemberMichigan State Univ Bulletin Office edition, in English. 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. Michigan Turtles and Lizards (E), a nontechnical guide, includes color photos of the 10 turtle and two lizard species that make Michigan their home.

Book Review: Reptiles and Amphibians of Michigan 11/6/15 This is a field guide to the many reptiles and amphibians of Michigan. The pictures are really beautiful, and the version I have also comes with a CD of frog and toad songs that you can use to aid your identification.

There are different chapters for turtles. TURTLE FEATURES: 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. Department of Natural Resources - Reptiles & Amphibians Browsers that can not handle javascript will not be able to access some features of this site. Some functions of. Salamanders and Lizards face a variety of threats in Michigan such as habitat loss, pollution, and illegal collection.

They are very sensitive to environmental changes. Take and possession of Michigan’s native reptiles and amphibians are highly regulated. See the current Fishing Guide for these important rules and a list of protected species.

Genre/Form: Field guides Identification: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Harding, James H. Michigan turtles and lizards. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State. Michigan Turtles and Lizards by J. Harding and J. Holman, () Michigan State University Cooperative Extension Service, East Lansing, Bulletin E Michigan Frogs, Toads, and Salamanders by J.

Harding and J. Holman, () Michigan State University Cooperative Extension Service, East Lansing, Bulletin E 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.].

Amphibians and Reptiles of the Great Lakes Region by James H. Harding; ; paperback. 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. 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: Harding first met the professor in when he took one of the professor's classes in vertebrate paleontology at Michigan State University.

This began their lifelong collaboration on three other herp-related books; "Michigan Snakes," "Michigan Turtles and Lizards" and "Michigan Frogs, Toads. 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 turtles.

LIVE MICHIGAN REPTILES & AMPHIBIANS. With over 40 species of Michigan snakes, turtles, lizards, frogs and salamanders, Nature Discovery is home to the largest collection of live Michigan Reptiles and Amphibians in the state.

These animals are used for our presentations, exhibits, birthday parties and can even be visited at our facility.

Michigan, one of the fifty United States, is home to two types of lizards, nineteen types of snakes and eleven types of turtles, all members of the class Reptilia. Reptiles are found throughout Michigan, although the only venomous species, the eastern massasauga rattlesnake, is seen only in the Lower Peninsula.

Reptiles are cold-blooded, and so usually pass the cold winters of Michigan in. Turtles, ferrets, and lizards oh my! Annual Book Fest at Diven Elementary." Amphibians, Reptiles, and Turtles in Kansas. This book provides the most extensive and most current information ever assembled for a state herpetological field guide.

Hardcover with full color dust jacket. " See all. About this item. Shipping, Returns & Payments. Best Selling in Nonfiction.J.

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.