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  • Author:
    Michael J. Tyler
  • ISBN:
    0670901237
  • ISBN13:
    978-0670901234
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  • Publisher:
    South Yarra, Victoria: Viking O'Neil (Penguin Books), 1989. First edition.; First Edition edition (1989)
  • Pages:
    240 pages
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Australia is home to some of the most interesting and unusual frogs in the world and Michael J. Tyler is acknowledged to be the foremost expert on them

Australia is home to some of the most interesting and unusual frogs in the world and Michael J. Tyler is acknowledged to be the foremost expert on them. Tyler covers the origins, environment, nomenclature, habits, and biology of frogs. Tyler writes conversationally about the amphibian creatures he clearly loves, and his book does not require detailed technical knowledge.

Mike was born in Britain, and early developed an interest in herpetology.

This book is an outstanding contribution to our understanding and enjoyment of frogs by an eminent leader in the field of amphibian biology. It is written in an engaging style, which reflects the author's long interest in popularizing natural history subject matter

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Tyler, Michael J. (1994). Australian frogs : a natural history. You must be logged in to Tag Records. Australian frogs : a natural history, Michael J. Tyler. Tyler, Michael J. Tyler Reed Chatswood, . Australian/Harvard Citation. 1994, Australian frogs : a natural history, Michael J. Book, Online - Google Books. Tyler, Michael . 1937-.

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Australian Frogs a natural history: ISBN 9781876334208 (978-1-876334-20-8) Softcover, Reed New Holland, 2000. Australian Frogs Hb. ISBN 9780730104681 (978-0-7301-0468-1) Hardcover, Reed Books, 1994. Coauthors & Alternates. Michael J Tyler at LibraryThing.

Michael J. Tyler is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Eureka Prize for Science Communication

Michael J. Tyler is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Eureka Prize for Science Communication. This is my first field guide about frogs from Australia, but is very good and I recomend this book, excelent pictures and many interesting informations both for experts and for amateurs.

Author of Frogs, Frogs of Western Australia, Species-groups within the Australopapuan hylid frog genus Litoria Tschudi, Australian frogs .

Author of Frogs, Frogs of Western Australia, Species-groups within the Australopapuan hylid frog genus Litoria Tschudi, Australian frogs of the Leptodactylid genus Uperoleia Gray, Field guide to the frogs of Australia, The Gastric brooding frog, There's a frog in my throat stomach, Australian frogs. Showing all works by author. Would you like to see only ebooks? Frogs. Field guide to the frogs of Australia.

Pp. xii, 220; 48 color photos, 64 black-and-white text-photos and line-drawings. Publisher's original black cloth, lettered in white on the spine, sm 4to. This work presents a detailed review of the frogs of Australia with tables cataloging the form of the frog spawn in each genus. The volume is inscribed by the author, Michael Tyler, on the title page. The 13 chapters cover: Origins; An Environment for Frogs; The Frog Fauna; Nomenclature and Classification; Food and Feeding; Communication and Courtship; Development; Life in Arid Areas; Life Above the Ground; The Cane Toad; The Sandhill Frog; Gastric Brooding Frogs; and Frogs as Environmental Monitoring Organisms.