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Texas Snakes vs Texas Snakes-Field Guide

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Posted by: tecuancoatl at Wed Sep 10 12:23:35 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by tecuancoatl ]  
   

So how much more in-depth is the Texas Snakes (Werler & Dixon) Hardcover compared to the Field Guide version? I have the field guide, and though I do like it, I was rather surprised to find that the diet information of the snakes was missing. How that happened is beyond me, but I hear that the hardcover does a pretty good job of describing the species found here in Texas. I'm wondering whether it's worth it to buy that book, seeing that i have the field guide. Any other suggestions related to Texas snakes (and other herps) or those of the Southwest are also appreciated. Thanks.


   

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