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Australasian Elapids Husbandry, Captive Care and Ecology

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By: Scott Eipper(Author), Tyese Eipper(Author), Harold G Cogger(Foreword By)
576 pages, 1028 colour photos and b/w line drawings, 71 colour distribution maps
Publisher: Edition Chimaira
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This book is a benchmark for all forthcoming books, not only on venomous snakes but snakes in general. The width and depth of information presented are unrivalled. The combination of first-hand knowledge on the ecology, the result of long-time studies in nature, and keeping and breeding is outstanding.

The species accounts show Acanthophis antarcticus, Acanthophis ceramensis, Acanthophis cryptamydros, Acanthophis hawkei, Acanthophis laevis, Acanthophis praelongus, Acanthophis pyrrhus, Acanthophis rugosus, Acanthophis wellsei, Austrelaps labialis, Austrelaps ramsayi, Austrelaps superbus, Brachyurophis australis, Cacophis harriettae, Cacophis krefftii, Cacophis squamulosus, Cryptophis boschmai, Cryptophis nigrescens, Cryptophis pallidiceps, Demansia papuensis, Demansia psammophis, Demansia reticulata cupreiceps, Demansia vestigiata, Denisonia devisi, Drysdalia coronoides, Echiopsis curta, Furina diadema, Furina ornata, Glyphodon tristis, Hemiaspis signata, Hoplocephalus bitorquatus, Hoplocephalus bungaroides, Hoplocephalus stephensii, Micropechis ikaheca, Notechis scutatus scutatus, Notechis scutatus ater, Notechis scutatus humphreysi, Notechis scutatus niger, Notechis scutatus occidentalis, Notechis scutatus serventyi, Oxyuranus microlepidotus, Oxyuranus scutellatus scutellatus, Oxyuranus scutellatus canni, Oxyuranus temporalis, Paroplocephalus atriceps, Pseudechis australis, Pseudechis butleri, Pseudechis colletti, Pseudechis guttatus, Pseudechis pailsei, Pseudechis papuanus, Pseudechis porphyriacus, Pseudechis rossignolii, Pseudechis wei-geli, Pseudonaja affinis, Pseudonaja aspidorhyncha, Pseudonaja guttata, Pseudechis inframacula, Pseudona-ja ingrami, Pseudonaja mengdeni, Pseudonaja modesta, Pseudonaja nuchalis, Pseudonaja textilis, Suta dwy-eri, Suta fasciata, Suta flagellum, Suta nigriceps, Suta punctata, Suta suta, Tropidechis carinatus, and Vermicella annulata.

Following these accounts, the reader finds a glossary, a bibliography and an appendix with climate charts.

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Monograph New
By: Scott Eipper(Author), Tyese Eipper(Author), Harold G Cogger(Foreword By)
576 pages, 1028 colour photos and b/w line drawings, 71 colour distribution maps
Publisher: Edition Chimaira
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