Well, I did a page for each species, not each genus. In the genus Cophosaurus i wrote a page about the Greater Earless Lizard. On that page I also listed and described the 2 subspecies of the greater earless lizard. For the genus Holbrookia I wrote a page about the Lesser Earless Lizard and included all of it's subspecies.I got a question. What did you guys do with Cophosaurus and Holbrookia, and Urosaurus and Uta? They put each pair together on the list. Did you handle them separately?
According to the rules we only need to know up to genus but my state likes to ask questions on individual species and even subspeciesIs that for nats? Cause for states and regionals, I thought we only needed to knowup to genus.The main reason why I made my own binder for amphibians and reptiles was because i didnt like the way the field guide set up the identification part. They only showed 3 species per page so you had to keep flipping through many pages plus the pictures were of poor quality. In my binder i put i think 25 species per page and included all subspecies. I eventually learned how to identify them better seeing them next to many different species rather than just two.
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