The Reproductive Husbandry of Pythons and Boas is the first reptile textbook to integrate the data accumulated by professional and amateur herpetologists in reptile husbandry with research in the reproductive physiology of reptiles. The result is over ten years of research conducted by the Institute for Herpetological Research; this book was the most comprehensive guide to maintaining and breeding reptiles in captivity available at the time. The material in this book has been designed to provide detailed information on every aspect of captive propagation of pythons and boas, as well as valuable material on breeding and general husbandry of other reptile species. Every serious herpetologist will find this book an essential and invaluable aid.
This copy is in good condition, with the only detracting factors being some minor edgewear to the covers.
Richard A. Ross and Gerald Marzec. 270 pages. 1990. Softcover. ISBN - 0963147021