SSAR reprint of this important 1902 work by Gunther.
A facsimile reprint of all 174 herpetological papers published by Wilhelm C. H. Peters (1815-1883).
Life for Reptiles and Amphibians: Volume One features 55 interviews with herpetologists from all over the world.
Homalopsid Snakes: Evolution in the Mud is the only available book on these aquatic reptiles and the first comprehensive review of the group in 35 years.
The Bengal Monitor, the most comprehensive study ever done on a single reptile species anywhere in the world, completes Walter Auffenberg's monumental trilogy on the behavioral ecology of monitor lizards.
Jonathan B. Losos illustrates how different scientific approaches to the questions of adaptation and diversification can be integrated and examines evolutionary and ecological questions of interest to a broad range of biologists.
From tiny to gigantic, from drab to remarkably beautiful, from harmless to venomous, lizards are spectacular products of natural selection.
The 15th edition of the best herpetological magazine is available now!
Issue 16 features articles on green tree monitors, herping the Danum Valley and more.
The first of two volumes on this topic, this edition is devoted to the subfamily Draconinae.
Portraying the tailed amphibians of Europe, North Africa, and western Asia, this is the first volume of the Terralog series to be dedicated to a group of amphibians.
A brilliant new introductory guide aimed specifically at children.
A comprehensive guide to breeding crickets as live food.
A scarce edition of the most famous of Australian reptile titles.
A pivotal title that was, and still is, the cornerstone of information on the captive reproduction of boidae.
A very good copy of the sixth edition of this well known title.
The fifth edition of this well-known field guide to the reptiles and amphibians of Australia.
The second and final edition of this highly anticipated but short lived magazine.