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Carpet Pythons Morelia bredli, Morelia carinata and the Morelia spilota Complex

Handbook / Manual Identification Key Monograph Out of Print
By: Marc Mense(Author), Mark O'Shea(Foreword By)
216 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
Carpet Pythons
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  • Carpet Pythons ISBN: 9783866592957 Edition: 2 Hardback Dec 2015 Out of Print #227188
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Language: English

Carpet pythons not only rank amongst the most attractive pythons in general, but they also present the reptile lover with a natural variety of appearances that is second to none. Marc Mense has been keeping and breeding various carpet pythons for many years. In Carpet Pythons, he introduces to you all subspecies of Morelia spilota (carpet pythons, incl. the diamond python), Morelia bredli (Bredl's python), and the roughscaled python (M. carinata) with detailed portraits. He describes how they live in the wild, and provides an easy-to-follow guide to how to keep them properly in a terrarium.

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Handbook / Manual Identification Key Monograph Out of Print
By: Marc Mense(Author), Mark O'Shea(Foreword By)
216 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
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