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Issue 8

 

Top End Survival Guide. Welcome to Australia’s ‘Final Frontier’.

Snake Catching in the Blood…. The Irulas of Tamil Nadu.

Padarox Revisited!

Snake Oil. A booming trade in traditional medicine is threatening reptile conservation.

What’s New?

Ben’s Reptiles 101: Breeding Beardies.

Please Explain. Why do snakes and lizards always poke their tongues out?

Best Blogs. Overindulgence!

The Trouble with Snake Translocations: Help or Hindrance?

Herping Upper Amazonia. Eco-tourism in Northern Guyana.

Update: Turtles in Trouble? Important Conservation Project in Jeopardy.

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iHerp Australia Issue 8

issue 7

All that Glitters is not Gold. The Golden Tiger Snake of Tasmania.
Don’t Lose Your Marbles. Dave Evans is excited about the Marble Children’s Python.
The Gecko on the Hill and a ‘Snake’ in the Grass. Nick Gale is off on another herping adventure.
What’s New?
Ben’s Reptiles 101: An Introduction to Bioactive Systems
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A Visit to the Vet: Reptile Dietary Supplements
Please Explain: What is BRUMATION, and why won’t my beardie eat in winter?
A Good Book: Green Tree Pythons
It’s not Easy being Green. Some interesting observations derived from captive Green Tree Pythons.
Two Indian Herpers in Australia. Rom Whitaker takes a break from chasing cobras….
Snakes that Shiver. Incubating pythons turn up the heat!
Long-distance Lizards. Some instances of ‘vehicular rafting’.

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Issue 6

Paradox. The Stuff of Legend.
Paradise revisited…. Chappell Island.
Gerry Swan: Famous for Field Guides.
What’s New?
Ben’s Reptiles 101:
Blue-tongue Basics.
A Visit to the Vet.
Who’s Who in the Poo?
An Apple a Day Won’t Keep the Dentist Away!
Best Blogs. Stir-fried Snake.
The King needs YOU!
A Good Book: ‘Venom.’
Train the Brain or go Insane! Reptile Cognition, Welfare and the importance of Behavioural Enrichment for Captive Herps.
What is venom?

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issue 5

Morph it or leave it: in defence of unnatural selection
A Monitor that Rocks! Varanus glauerti in captivity
Bucket List: Record-breaking captive-bred Tiger Snakes
Shinglebacks, small brown skinks and an elusive pygopod.
What’s New?
A Good Book:
Ben’s Reptiles 101:
Live Foods for Reptiles
Best Blogs.
Mass poisoning from cobra venom?
A Breed Apart….
60 Years a Herper
Creating ‘Eternal Creatures’ Taxidermy for unusual pets.

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Issue 4

Jewel of the Rainforest: The Emerald Tree Monitor in Captivity.
Titanus Fever: The extraordinary story of the world’s largest insect.
Charmed? Snake charming in present-day India.
A Lymphatic Workout: Nathan Checuti and the bite that broke the internet.
What’s New?
Ben’s Reptiles 101
A Visit to the Vet
Food for Thought
A Good Book
Frequent Flyers. The gliding frogs of Borneo.
‘Taipan Territory.’ An iconic species in a forbidding landscape.

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issue 3

Lizards that Grieve. A celebration of the extraordinary Shingleback research at Bundey Bore.
The Turtle Hunters. A fascinating insight into the life of the Bininj people.
Steve Wilson. Author, photographer, and the Man at the Museum.
Small Lizard, Big Personality! The amazing world of keeping smaller dragons.
What’s New?
Ben’s Reptiles 101:
Let there be Light! .
A Visit to the Vet.
Please Explain.
Why do reptiles shed their skin?

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Issue 2

Blue Genes. Blue-tongue morph genetics explained.
Enter the Dragon. The Komodo Dragon (Varanus komodoensis).
Loggerheads not Lost! A cohesive conservation project on WA’s Coral Coast.
What’s New?
Ben’s Reptiles 101: Reptile Heating – a Rundown.
A Visit to the Vet.
What’s Up?
In Print.
Food for Thought?
George Craig. A larger-than-life croc legend.
Tails of the Unexpected. Australia’s Leaf-tailed geckos.
Mad Science.
Community Conservation. Real of propaganda?

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iHerp Australia Issue 2

Issue 1

Back from the Brink: Fleay’s Barred Frog (Mixophyes fleayi).
Breeding Tasmanian Blotched Blue-tongues.
On the trail of Illegal Immigrants. Native vs exotic Green Tree Pythons.
Nature extinguished by the push for a healthy bottom line!
(the ‘biggest protected wildlife seizure anywhere in Australia’).
What’s New?
Ben’s Reptiles 101: Getting Started.
A Breed Apart (amazing Australian herps).
In Print & What’s New.

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iHerp Australia Issue 1

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