There is more to Bali than beaches and traditional dances. Perched between the tropical rainforests of southeast Asia and the dry archipelago of eastern Indonesia, Bali has a diverse and prolific array of wildlife, including reptiles and amphibians. This beautifully presented, comprehensive
guide has color photographs of every species, up-to-date information, keys to identification (in English and Bahasa Indonesia), and easy- to-use language throughout. It is designed for those with an interest in spectacular and elegant wildlife as much as those with a serious interest in herpetology.
"A very useful volume for reference…" -- Alan H. Wilkie, The Herptile, 31:1, March 2006
"The impressive cover with a beautiful picture of a Paradise Tree Snake (Chrysopelea paradisi) will certainly attract the attention of anyone interested in herpetology…Overall this book will certainly be a welcome addition to anyone interested in the herpetofauna of Asia, and especially to those planning a trip to Indonesia." -- Harlan D.
Walley & Theresa L. Wusterbarth, Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society, Volume 42, Number 3, September 2006
"…a very welcome addition to the Southeast Asian herpetological literature and at last gives an overview of which frogs and reptiles one can expect to find on Bali." -- Gerard Visser, PODARCIS, 7 (1/2)
"This is a handsome, large format, hardbound book…A particularly welcome addition is the inclusion of a key to the species in Bahasa
(Indonesian)." -- Rafe M. Brown, The Quarterly Review of Biology, Volume 83, March 2008