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BIOL3300 Vertebrate Zoology: Herpetology (3)

A survey of the structure, function, ecology and systematics of amphibians and reptiles (herpetology). Representative taxa from the Pacific Northwest will provide field context for these explorations, while laboratory explorations will utilize diverse taxonomic representatives. Course will include identification of Idaho fish, amphibian, and reptile species. Offered: Alternate years. Prerequisites: BIOL2220, BIOL2230, or instructor's approval Corequisites: BIOL3300L

BIOL3300L Vertebrate Zoology: Herpetology Laboratory (1)

A study of selected topics in laboratory and field settings, which is intended to be taught in connection with BIOL3300. Representative taxa from the Pacific Northwest will provide field context for these explorations, while laboratory explorations will utilize diverse taxonomic representatives. Offered: Alternate years. Corequisites: BIOL3300