herptile


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herptile

(ˈhɜːpˌtaɪl)
adj
(Zoology) chiefly US denoting, relating to, or characterizing both reptiles and amphibians
[from Greek herp(eton) (see herpetology) + (rep)tile]

herptile

- Another word for reptile or amphibian.
See also related terms for reptile.
Translations
herptile
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Table 5-6: Share of Independent Pet Store Sales of Herptile Products by Category: 2009-2011 (percent)
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Life in Cold Blood goes more thoroughly into the current state of biological understanding of these organisms than most coffee-table or young reader books, yet it reads much easier than most references written for the herptile hobbyist.
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George Cline is a field herpetologist whose research topics include frog communication, herpetological community structure, herptile conservation biology, and amphibian and reptile ommunities.
January 2013 (in millions of dollars and units) Independent Pet Stores: Share of Sales by Animal Type Table 5-3: Share of Independent Pet Store Sales by Animal Type: 2009-2011 (percent) Fish Products: Share of Sales by Category Bird Products: Share of Sales by Category Table 5-4: Share of Independent Pet Store Sales of Fish Products by Category: 2009-2011 (percent) Table 5-5: Share of Independent Pet Store Sales of Bird Products by Category: 2009-2011 (percent) Herptile Products: Share of Sales by Category