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Rigor Vitae: Life Unyielding — The Art of Carel Pieter Brest van Kempen,, Brest van Kempen, Carel Pieter.
1 Brest van Kempen, Carel Pieter. Rigor Vitae: Life Unyielding — The Art of Carel Pieter Brest van Kempen,
Eagle Mountain, Utah, Eagle Mountain Publishing, LC, 2006, 0972015418 / 9780972015417 Hardcover, New, 
304 pages, 137 color plates, 8 ink washes, 29 drawings. A self-taught artist who honed his skills by painting for up to 100/week while living in his van, Carl Brest van Kempen has grown in stature to become one of the world's premier wildlife artists. Carel’s paintings have received wide acclaim and have been exhibited around the globe, and in the United States have received a number of prestigious awards, among them the Arts for the Parks Wildlife Award in 1992, and the “Best of Show” at the 1995 Southeastern Wildlife Art Expo and 1995 and 1998 Pacific Rim Wildlife Art Shows. In 1994, he was elected a member of the Society of Animal Artists, which awarded him their highest honor “The Award of Excellence” in 1994, 1996, 1997, 2004, and 2006. After receiving this award five times, Carel is now considered a Master Signature Member of this prestigious society. Brest van Kempen’s work can be found in the permanent collections of The Springville Art Museum in Utah, The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, Wisconsin, The World Center for Birds of Prey in Boise, Idaho, and the Bennington Center for the Arts in Vermont. Carel has illustrated a number of books, including Frank DeCourten’s Dinosaurs of Utah, published in 1998 by The University of Utah Press, Brian Kend’s Pythons of Australia, published in 1997 by Canyonlands Publishing Group, LC, and several books published by Eagle Mountain Publishing, LC. ORIGINAL PRICE $65.00 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Amphibians, Reptiles, and Turtles in Kansas,, Collins, Joseph T., Suzanne L. Collins, and Travis W. Taggart.
2 Collins, Joseph T., Suzanne L. Collins, and Travis W. Taggart. Amphibians, Reptiles, and Turtles in Kansas,
Eagle Mountain, Utah, Eagle Mountain Publishing, LC, 2010, 0972015450 / 9780972015455 Harcover, New, Errol D. Hooper, Jr., 
xvi + 312 pp., 497 color images, 97 color maps, 65 black & white illustrations. Amphibians, Reptiles, and Turtles in Kansas displays the herpetofauna of Kansas in vivid color, through the lens craft of co-author Suzanne L. Collins. Innovative features include the recognition of turtles (Class Chelonia) as a distinct evolutionary lineage, the inclusion of a phylogeny for the Phylum Chordata, and the elimination of subspecies for the traditionally recognized herpetofaunal groups. With over 1,700 entries, the bibliography in this book is the most complete ever assembled for a state field guide. The range maps are in color and dots show the specific county localities for each species. The text includes the most current data for each herpetofaunal species found in Kansas, in addition to their conservation status, where relevant. Richly illustrated identification keys can be useful in the field, as well as in the classroom and laboratory. Information on the identification, size, distribution, natural history, and pertinent literature references are included for each of the nearly 100 species of amphibians, reptiles, and turtles found in the state. ORIGINAL PRICE $30.00 
Price: 10.00 USD
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Biology of the Boas and Pythons,, Henderson, Robert W. and Robert Powell (Eds.).
3 Henderson, Robert W. and Robert Powell (Eds.). Biology of the Boas and Pythons,
Eagle Mountain, Utah, Eagle Mountain Publishing, LC, 2007, ISBN: 978-09720154-3 Hardcover, New, 
x + 438 pages, 30 contributions, 79 authors, over 200 color photographs, maps, figures, and drawings. The product of a symposium held at the joint meetings in Tampa, Florida, in 2005 and sponsored by the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Biology of the Boas and Pythons represents the first attempt to assemble researchers from all over the world working on some aspect of boa/python biology. This volume provides a current assessment of our understanding of booid biology, and includes chapters on ecology, natural history, evolution, behavior, physiology, neurology, reproductive biology, and conservation. ORIGINAL PRICE $100.00 
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Amphibians and Reptiles of San Luis Potosí,, Lemos-Espinal, Julio A., and James R. Dixon
4 Lemos-Espinal, Julio A., and James R. Dixon Amphibians and Reptiles of San Luis Potosí,
Eagle Mountain, Utah Eagle Mountain Publishing, LC 2013 0972015477 / 9780972015479 Hardcover New Dust Jacket 8.5 
Full color, 312 pages, 201 color photos, 101 b & w figures, 5 identification keys, 101 maps, 3 appendices. Original price $85.00. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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Conservation of Mesoamerican Amphibians and Reptiles,, Wilson, Larry David, Josiah H. Townsend, and Jerry D. Johnson (Eds.).
5 Wilson, Larry David, Josiah H. Townsend, and Jerry D. Johnson (Eds.). Conservation of Mesoamerican Amphibians and Reptiles,
Eagle Mountain, Utah, Eagle Mountain Publishing, LC, 2010, 0972015442 / 9780972015448 Hardcover, New, 
xvii + 812 pp., 21 contributions, 43 authors, 44 color photographs, 86 figures, 148 tables, 9 appendices. Mesoamerica, often called Middle America, is one of the world’s major biodiversity hotspots. The herpetofauna of this region consists of approximately 1,900 species, of which about 1,000 are endemic to specific countries. Conservation of Mesoamerican Amphibians and Reptiles (CMAR) represents the most comprehensive compilation of conservation-related herpetological contributions ever assembled for Mesoamerica. This volume will serve as a valuable reference for most future conservation work in this region. Nearly four years in the making, CMAR contains a complete conservation assessment of the herpetofauna of this megadiverse region, in addition to distributional analyses from the perspectives of country, physiographic region, elevation, and vegetation zone. The database and wealth of information included in this work are unprecedented in the field of conservation biology. Chapters on herpetofaunal conservation are featured for each of the Mesoamerican countries, with Mexico divided into four regions. Other feature chapters include such topics as the Global Amphibian Assessment, recent taxonomic changes, herpetofaunal distribution patterns, and a closing chapter examining the biodiversity significance, conservation status, and future challenges we face in attempting to save the entire Mesoamerican herpetofauna. Several ancillary chapters on a host of conservation issues also are included. The systematics of the Mesoamerican herpetofauna is discussed and brought up to date, highlighted with extensive commentary on current taxonomic problems. An addendum provides a summary of recent taxonomic publications. This volume contains something for everyone with a serious interest in herpetology, conservation biology, zoo biology, or those involved with governmental policy structure regarding conservation and/or environmental problems. Perhaps more importantly, this book will serve as a source of inspiration for future research projects, especially for biologists and conservationists who seek to salvage as much of the spectacular diversity and endemicity of Mesoamerica as possible. A book for every serious herpetologist, conservationist, conservation organization, and zoological institution. ORIGINAL PRICE $135.00 
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