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The Australian Addiction Author Library

The Complete Knob-Tailed Gecko (2020)
Green Tree Pythons: Natural History and Captive Maintenance (2017)
The Complete Children's Python (2013)

The Complete Carpet Python (2011)
(Out of Print, 2nd Edition Coming Soon)

Price List for Signed Copies (All Prices in USD)


Shipping
Book Title
Price per Book
Within the US
International
The Complete Knob-Tailed Gecko (2020)
$59 $8.40 $38.60
Green Tree Pythons: Natural History and Captive Maintenance (2017)
$39
$8.40
$38.60
The Complete Children's Python (2013)
$42
$8.40 $38.60
The Complete Carpet Python (2011)
$49
$8.40 $38.60
Up to 3 Knob-Tailed Gecko books can be shipped in one package at the shipping price above
Up to 4 Green Tree Python books can be shipped in one package at the shipping price above
Up to 3 Children's Python books can be shipped in one package at the shipping price above
Up to 2 Carpet Python books can be shipped in one package at the shipping price above

Terms and Conditions:
Shipped by USPS. Please allow 2-5 business days for shipping within the US and 1-2 weeks for international shipping. All books are signed by one of the authors, Justin Julander, owner of Australian Addiction Reptiles. Please fill out the form below to order or contact Justin directly for multiple book orders at justin.julander@usu.edu
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**See below for complete descriptions of our books**

knob-tailed gecko book cover


The Complete Knob-Tailed Gecko
by Justin Julander and Michael Plank

Published in 2011 by Eco
256 pp., 313 color photos, Hardcover with dust jacket

 

This book focuses on the species of the Nephrurus, Underwoodisaurus and Uvidicolus genera and focuses on all aspects of this group of geckos, with a particular focus on natural history and husbandry. We have beautifully documented the diversity of appearance and coloration of these geckos with an exhaustive number of beautiful photos of the animals in their natural habitat. The species covered in the book are understandably some of the most popular species in herpetoculture and this book presents a look into their lives in nature as well as their captive care and breeding.



Green Tree Pythons: Natural History and Captive
              Maintenance

Green Tree Pythons: Natural History and Captive Maintenance
by Justin Julander and Terry Phillip
Self-Published in 2017
201 pp. Softcover
 
Exerpt from the Forward by Dave and Tracy Barker:
    "In the last 20 years there have been changes and advances in the understanding of many aspects of green tree pythons, both in nature and in captivity. That is where this book comes in. The authors, Justin Julander and Terry Phillip, are both experienced snake keepers with extensive and successful experience maintaining and breeding pythons. Both have a particular and unwavering interest in green tree pythons. This book they have created is a beautifully illustrated synthesis of the advances made in keeping and breeding of green tree pythons."




The Complete Children's Python- A
                comprehensive guide to the natural history, care and
                breeding of Antaresia species


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 (A. stimsoni), 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



The Complete Carpet Python

Out of Print, Second Edition Coming Soon!
The Compete Carpet Python
by Nick Mutton and Justin Julander, PhD
with a special chapter on advanced reproduction by Dr. Benson Morrill
Published in 2011 by Eco
339 pp. Hardcover with dust jacket

Exerpt from the Forward by John Weigel:
    "With the 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."



Terms and Conditions:
Shipped by USPS. Please allow 2-5 business days for shipping within the US and 1-2 weeks for international shipping. All books are signed by one of the authors, Justin Julander, owner of Australian Addiction Reptiles. Contact Justin for multiple book orders @ justin.julander@usu.edu
GET ADDICTED!