A fantastic guide to the detection, control and elimination of parasites in captive snakes, lizards and chelonians. A must have for any serious reptile keeper.
A brilliant veterinarian guide suited to keepers and veterinarians alike.
A two volume set detailing the diagnosis and treatment of both exoparasites and endoparasites.
This authoritative title fills a large void that existed for both the veterinarian and husbandry aspects of amphibian care. It is fully ilustrated, and contains many figures and tables.
A simple yet useful CD used to calculate correct dosage rates
A handy, pocket sized quick-reference book designed to aid the veterinarian without having to refer to a more thorough guide.
The definitive veterinarian guide to the diagnosis and treatment of all reptile related ailments. Incredibly extensive title with many contributing authors.
An affordable yet informative guide to the use of a microscope in the management of pathogens in a reptile or bird collection.
The culmination of a world first symposium on the biology of Boas and Pythons, this reference book is an essential title to anybody involved with research on Boidae and Pythonidae.
An amazingly comprehensive and complete guide to the most mysterious species of python in the world - the Black Python.
As the title suggests, Dictionary of Herpetology is a comprehensive guide to all herpetological terms and concepts.
James Murphy follows the history of herpetology in the zoo and aquarium industry.
This authoritative title details the environmental relationships between reptiles and their environment in Australia.
The Reptile Skin is devoted to assisting in the identification of reptiles via skin, skinning procedures and protective measures.
An extensive guide to the four species of Neotropical Tree Boas.
A brilliant book full of excepts from previous publications that have been out of print for 75+ years. It provides the reader with stories of famous 'old' American herpetologists, such as Raymond Ditmars and Carl Kauffeld, as they search for Rattlesnakes.
Written by famous Australian herpetologist Harold Heatwole, this guide to Sea Snakes answers many questions about their existence.
An extensive guide to envenomations, venoms and the emergence of various diagnostic and pharmaceutical products derived from them.
An addicting title on the many characters who risked (and often lost) their lives demonstrating snakes and 'proving' antidotes on Australia's fairground circuit in the first half of the 1900's.