Common Kingsnakes: A Natural History of Lampropeltis getula is the first major guide to the natural history of this species, including all subspecies and intergrades. The author has spent over thirty-five years compiling detailed information about these snakes, including a great deal of travel to examine their various habitats and ranges. Common Kingsnakes is a must for all reptile enthusiasts desiring to understand the secretive, subterranean nature of snakes.
Common Kingsnakes examines in detail the following information for each type of Common Kingsnake:
Estimated Abundance and Population Densities
In addition, Common Kingsnakes includes:
Over 430 pages of text and photos
Over 40 detailed range maps
Over 560 photos of Common Kingsnakes and habitat
Personal field stories of search for Common Kingsnakes
Information on game laws and collection of Common Kingsnakes
How to find Common Kingsnakes in their natural setting
Husbandry and breeding tips
Suggestions for disease prevention and cure
Foreword by Brian M. McGurty
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Brian Hubbs. 430 pages. 2009. Softcover. ISBN - 9780975464106