Captive Management and Conservation of Amphibians and Reptiles is written by 70 leading authorities from around the world, representing universities, museums, conservation organisations, zoos, aquariums, and the private sector. This book is a current review of techniques for managing and breeding animals in captivity for purposes of conservation. The emphasis is on endangered species, special and new techniques, and on diagnosing problems, although the coverage is comprehensive and includes a broad array of issues.
This copy is from the library of Gordon Grigg, with his surname inscribed on the front cover. It's in good condition.
James B. Murphy, Kraig Adler and Joseph T. Collins. 408 pages. 1994. Hardcover. ISBN - 9780916984335<