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The Amphibians and Reptiles of Costa Rica, A Herpetofauna between Two Continents, between Two Seas.

@inproceedings{Savage2002TheAA,
  title={The Amphibians and Reptiles of Costa Rica, A Herpetofauna between Two Continents, between Two Seas.},
  author={Jay Mathers Savage},
  year={2002}
}
Costa Rica, het paradijs voor de onderzoeker en eco-toerist. De soortenrijke heepetafauna is voor ons (ama­ teur)herpetologen een gegronde reden om eens een bezoek te brengen aan dit schitterende land. Als je weet waar je moet zoeken kom je nogal wat reptielen en amfibieen tegen. Daarmee stuit je meteen op het pro­ bleem: de soorten op naam brengen. In 1989 kwamen SA VAGE & VILLA met "lntroduction to the herpetofauna of Costa Rica". Een sleutel om de herpetofauna aldaar te determineren, maar… 
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