Berkeley: University of California Press, 2004. Large octavo, dustwrapper, black and white photographs, text illustrations, maps. WAS $115, NOW $30. The book begins with an introduction by noted iguana biologist Dr. Gordon Burghardt that examines the state of iguana research - past, present, and future - with an emphasis on...
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Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009. Large octavo, paperback, colour and black and white photographs. WAS $40. Ever wonder how many kinds of turtles there are? Or if they have teeth? Why so many turtles have yellow stripes on their neck? If it is wise to feed turtles in your...
Chipping Norton: Surrey Beatty, 1990. Quarto, dustwrapper, colour photographs, black and white illustrations. WAS $69. A summary of the current knowledge of the biology of Australian lizards (five families and 475 species). Companion volume to "The biology and evolution of Australian snakes" by same author.
Chipping Norton: Surrey Beatty, 2001. Quarto, paperback, illustrations. WAS $99. This book provides a major and up to date review of the diverse fields of crocodilian research, including palaeo-biology and phylogenetics, reproductive and developmental biology, functional morphology and biomechanics, physiological ecology and population ecology and behaviour.
Neptune City: T.F.H., 1996. Octavo, laminated boards, colour photographs. WAS $38.00 Includes information on identification, care and breeding.
Athens: SSAR Publications, 1994. Quarto, dustwrapper, colour frontispiece, illustrations. WAS $100. A review of the current techniques for managing and breeding animals in captivity for the purposes of conservation.