Reptile and Amphibian Books

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Invertebrates and Insect Books

Invertebrates such as scorpions, tarantulas and stick insects are becoming popular in captivity. An excellent book written by Alan Hendersen is Bugs Alive. Another popular book fetaures Tarantulas and Scorpians.

An Introduction to Keeping and Breeding Australian Reptiles
Mike Swan and Damian Goodall
193 Pages
ISBN: 9780980366723
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An Introduction to Keeping and Breeding Australian Reptiles

If you are a newcomer to keeping reptiles, turtles, crocodiles, snakes and lizards, An Introduction to Keeping & Breeding Australian Reptiles is an essential reference on reptile care.

This 193-page colour soft-cover title is the third in a series which includes Keeping & Breeding Australian Pythons and Keeping & Breeding Australian Lizards.

Introductory chapters cover—

Captive Husbandry including:
Housing Ratios
Enclosure Design
Heating and Temperatures
Feeding and Sloughing

Species specific chapters present on:
Lizard species are divided into
Flap-footed Lizards
Dragons and Monitors
Snake chapters include
Blind Snakes
File Snakes
Mangrove and Freshwater Snakes
Colubrid species
Venomous Land Snakes and Sea Snakes

Each species includes a skill level rating, distribution map, suggested enclosure size, egg incubation times, heating, lighting and cage furnishings.

An Introduction to Keeping & Breeding Australian Reptiles  is suited for the novice and experienced reptile keeper alike.

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