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Management Recommendations for Washington's Priority Species Volume III: Amphibians and Reptiles

Category: Priority Habitats and Species - Management Recommendations

Date Published: November 1997

Number of Pages: 121

Author(s): Eric. M. Larsen, Technical Editor

ABSTRACT:
Management Recommendations for Washington's Priority Species, Volume III: Amphibians and Reptiles is the second in a series of volumes containing species management recommendations, and includes most amphibians and reptiles on the Priority Habitats and Species (PHS) List. Each species account within this volume provides information on the organism's geographic distribution, its State status, and the rationale for its inclusion on the PHS List. The habitat requirements and limiting factors for each species are discussed, and management recommendations are based on information from these sections. Each species document includes a bibliography of the literature used for its development, and each has a key points section, which summarizes the habitat requirements and management recommendations for the species.

Suggested Citation:

Larsen, E. M., editor. 1997. Management recommendations for Washington’s priority species, Volume III: Amphibians and Reptiles. Wash. Dept. Fish and Wildl., Olympia. 122pp.

Individual reports within this volume should be cited using authors’ names, as in the following example:

Nordstrom, N., and K. Riener. 1997. California mountain kingsnake. Pages 7-1 to 7-5 in E. M. Larsen, ed. Management recommendations for Washington’s Priority Species, Volume III: Amphibians and Reptiles. Wash. Dept. Fish and Wildl., Olympia.