publication of The Complete Carpet Python, authors and
well-known American python breeders Nick Mutton and Dr.
Justin Julander present a well-researched and fascinating
summary of just about everything that is presently known
about carpet pythons – from the biogeography and
life-history of all species and subspecies within the
complex, to detailed information on all aspects of captive
biology for the group. Although the book will provide a
considerable amount of useful information for both the
amateur and professional scientific herpetologist, it is
likely to be of the greatest interest and value to the
aspiring python breeder – who for too long has had access
to precious little information about the natural history
of the carpet python - and only fragmented resources
pertaining to keeping and breeding techniques. Of special
interest to experienced breeders is the photographic
representation of known carpet python ‘morphs’ within the
hobby. For the reader, the well-written text falls neatly
into logical sections, and is complimented throughout with
many beautiful and informative photographs."
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The Compete Children's Python
by Dr. Justin Julander, Nick Mutton and Peter Birch
Published in 2013 by Eco
Over 250 pp. Hardcover with dust jacket
The genus Antaresia, a group commonly referred to as the
Children's pythons can be found across the continent of
Australia and a small portion of neighboring New Guinea.
The group, comprised of the Children's python (Antaresia childreni),
spotted python (A.
maculosa), pygmy python (A. perthensis) and the Stimson's python
contains the smallest pythons in the world. Despite their
small size, these snakes are ideally suited to life in the
often-harsh climates of their native Australia. These two
factors- sze and durability- have made this group popular
among python keepers for many years.
THE COMPLETE CHILDREN'S PYTHON is dedicated to all aspects
of this amazing group of snakes with particular emphasis
on natural history, biology, and reproduction. The authors
have beautifully illustrated the immense diversity and
natural beauty contained within wild populations of these
pythons. This group has previously been underrepresented
in herpetocultural literature despite being one of the
world's most successful and widespread python genera.
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