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Author Cichowski, S.; Duval, Peter S; Duval, Peter S.; Holbrook, John Edwards; Lehman & Duval Lithrs; Sera, J.
Full title North American herpetology, or, A description of the reptiles inhabiting the United States /
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Title ID 51821 (Find related Wikimedia Commons images)
Page numbers Plate XXIII
DOI 10.5962/bhl.title.51821
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