A field guide or a handbook?

Cherry, Micheal I. (2011)

The original publication is available at http://www.sajs.co.za/


Thirty years ago, on an honours field trip, I was introduced to Neville Passmore’s and Vincent Carruthers’ excellent new book, South African frogs.1 For me at least, this was a fortunate introduction: four years later, when it came to choosing study species for my doctorate on sexual selection, I chose to work on two local toad species. Thirty years and a revised edition (1995) on, Carruthers, together with Louis du Preez, has produced a successor, which extends the range to the whole of southern Africa.

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