"A useful book."--Choice
"Ecologists, vertebrate paleontologists and others with an interest in the Pleistocene will find this an interesting and useful book."--The Quarterly Review of Biology
"This concise and well-written synthesis of existing knowledge on North American ice-age herpetofauna greatly overshadows its slim proportions. . . .Valuable and stimulating. . . .Its author has earned the gratitude of his colleagues."--American Scientist
"At last, a book is available on the North American ice-age amphibians and reptiles, as this has been greatly needed. . .The author is by far the foremost authority on North American Pleistocene herpetofauna, and should be highly commended for bringing forth a monumental volume."--Herpetozoa
"This book is an up-to-date, readily accessible summary of our current understanding of North American Pleistocene herpetofaunas. As such, it stands as both an invaluable reference and a source of potential ideas for future research." -- Herpetological Review
"An essential reference and springboard. . . .There is information here for all naturalists interested in the history of faunas on this continent."--The Canadian Field-Naturalist
About the Author
J. Alan Holman is at Michigan State University.