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    Reptile medicine and surgery

    Reptile Medicine and Surgery
    by Douglas R. Mader


    Pages: 512 pages
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    Edition: 1 edition, Jun 15 1996
    Language: English

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    Reference for veterinary clinicians on the general care, diagnosis, and management of lizards, turtles, snakes, and crocodilians. Special topics include husbandry and artificial lighting. Halftone illustrations and color plates.


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    Reptile Medicine and Surgery
    by Douglas Mader




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    Edition: 2 edition , 2005
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    ISBN-10:
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    ISBN-13:
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    "The eagerly-awaited second editition of this textbook has now arrived!...The editor and authors are to be congratulated on the scientific content and excellent illustrations of the text... This is truly a textbook, rather than a quick reference manual, and it is to be highly recommended for the library of any serious reptile clinician." Vetinary Times Vol 36 No 11.


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