2013 Update: in print
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This Atlas includes all the maps included on this website, the supporting documents and lists of contributors, plus additional and updated information on relative abundance, subspecies and hybrids, hypothetical species, background information. Since our first Atlas was published in 1995, almost, 7000 contributors have added more than 90,000 additional records to our database. These much-improved maps reflect the state of our distribution knowledge through 2011.
This atlas is not an identification and natural history guide, but a guide to the known distribution of all of Vermont’s reptiles and amphibians.
All proceeds from the sales of this edition will support the Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas. Contact Jim Andrews by E-mail (email@example.com) to check on availability. The Atlas costs $10. Shipping is $4 (please add $2 for each additional atlas in the package). Please send checks (made out to Naturally Inspired, with “printed 2013 Atlas” in the memo field) toJames S. Andrews
The Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas Project
642 Smead Road
Salisbury, VT 05769
Printed Atlas Table of Contents: Preview
Note: We’ve added links to the relevant online page for your reference. Note that in a few cases, the content online might be slightly different.
- Copyright and Recommended Citation
- Introduction and History
- Vermont Reptiles and Amphibians
- Relative Abundance Tables: Amphibians, Reptiles
- Useful Sources of Information
- Additional Reading
- Search Tips and Handling
- Vermont Snake Lengths
- Vermont Frog Calling Times
- Map Information
- Vermont Salamander Maps (Alphabetical by Scientific Names)
- Vermont Frog Maps (Alphabetical by Scientific Names)
- Vermont Snake Maps (Alphabetical by Scientific Names)
- Vermont Lizard Maps (Alphabetical by Scientific Names)
- Vermont Turtle Maps (Alphabetical by Scientific Names)
- Contributors of 20-99 Records
- Contributors of 100 or more Records