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Preface

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pp. ix-x

Two of us, Bo Beolens and Mike Watkins, wrote Whose Bird?, published in 2003. A review of it was written by Nicholas Gould for International Zoo News. Gould suggested that there could be a need for similar volumes on other animal orders, and among them he suggested ...

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Introduction

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pp. xi-xiii

Vernacular names of animals often contain a person’s name (such names are called “eponyms”). We have all heard of Russell’s Viper, but how familiar is Uzzell’s Lizard? So this book is for both the amateur herpetologist and the student of zoology. ...

The Eponym Dictionary of Reptiles

A

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pp. 1-14

B

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pp. 14-45

C

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pp. 46-63

D

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pp. 64-79

E

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pp. 80-87

F

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pp. 88-95

G

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pp. 96-112

H

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pp. 113-128

I

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pp. 129-131

J

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pp. 132-137

K

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pp. 138-148

L

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pp. 149-163

M

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pp. 164-186

N

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pp. 187-192

O

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pp. 193-198

P

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pp. 199-213

Q

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pp. 214-214

R

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pp. 215-230

S

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pp. 231-259

T

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pp. 260-269

U

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pp. 270-270

V

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pp. 271-277

W

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pp. 278-290

X

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pp. 291-291

Y

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pp. 292-292

Z

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pp. 293-294

Bibliography

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pp. 295-296