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Complete Suboc A Comprehensive Guide to the Natural History, Care, and Breeding of the Trans-Pecos Ratsnake

By: Dusty Rhoads
300 pages, colour photos
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  • Complete Suboc ISBN: 9780978897956 Hardback Mar 2008 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Written with a true completist approach, this book is a tour de force account of the elegant Trans-Pecos Ratsnake of the Chihuahuan Desert. With 288 color photos, 300 pages, a bonus chapter on other western ratsnake species, and notes on reproductive biology by David and Tracy Barker.

If you have spent anytime on the River Road in Texas searching out these spectacular beauties you will want to add this pioneer work to your library.

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By: Dusty Rhoads
300 pages, colour photos
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