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The Butterflies of Australia, Albert Orr and Roger Kitching
1 The Butterflies of Australia
Albert Orr and Roger Kitching Australia Jacana 2011 174175108X / 9781741751086 Soft cover New Book 28.0 x 21.6 x 3.0 cm 
The world over people love butterflies but few understand much more about them than their physical beauty. The Butterflies of Australia offers a unique guide to help identify the nearly 400 species to which our continent plays host but with its focus on living butterflies, it is much more than an identification guide. Within its pages is a concise but broad, non-technical introduction to butterfly biology, history, ecology, evolution and conservation. Hundreds of meticulous illustrations show adult butterflies in life, flying or perched, among the plants and animals of their natural habitat, while others document the Australian butterfly species, with beautiful diagnostic half-wing illustrations of pinned specimens. It also explains and illustrates much of the known behaviour and ecology of Australian butterflies, and in so doing meets the needs of both the butterfly watcher and general nature lover. The Butterflies of Australia presents a remarkable blend of natural history, science and art. With a copy as guide the reader can appreciate the charm and purpose underlying butterflies' far from frivolous lives. About the Authors: Albert Orr is a professional entomologist of 35 years standing. He is a retired lecturer in ecology and invertebrate zoology and has been an Honorary Research Fellow at Griffith University since 1996. Dr Orr is a writer and illustrator, as well as a consultant and scientific editor. Roger Kitching holds the Chair of Ecology at Griffith University's School of the Environment. Professor Kitching is a rainforest ecologist with special expertise in the biology, conservation and management of invertebrate biodiversity. He was admitted as a member of the Order of Australia in 2010. He was also one of the authors of Australia's Biodiversity and Climate Change [CSIRO PUBLISHING, 2009). 
Price: 49.95 AUD
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The Bee Book: Beekeeping Basics, Harvesting Honey, Beeswax, Candles & Other Bee Business, Ann Cliff
2 The Bee Book: Beekeeping Basics, Harvesting Honey, Beeswax, Candles & Other Bee Business
Ann Cliff Australia Aird Books 2010 0947214607 / 9780947214609 Soft cover New Book 23.0 x 15.0 x 1.1 cm 
Honey has been an important food for people for thousands of years. Their desire for it led to the, domestication of bees, through crafting artificial beehives and manipulating the bees' food sources. But quite apart from the harvests of honey and wax, the life-giving role of bees in pollinating many plants that people rely on for food, has made them the stuff of legend, mystery, worship and, nowadays, also controversy. Although some people believe that our reliance on bees for the cultivation of food crops is much exaggerated (as some major staples like rice, wheat and even potatoes don't need them), there is no doubt that there are many crops whose very survival depends on bees. And that is why the recent, somewhat mysterious decline in bee populations around the world is so concerning to people who worry about the future of our natural environment. Anyone interested in growing food, who wants to find out what a beehive or two will give them, even on such a small scale as the suburban backyard or the terrace-house garden, will find this book an indispensable introduction to keeping bees. 
Price: 24.95 AUD
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Wild Spirit: How a year in the African rainforest changed an Australian woman's life., Annette Henderson
3 Wild Spirit: How a year in the African rainforest changed an Australian woman's life.
Annette Henderson Australia Random House 2009 1741666716 / 9781741666717 Soft cover New Book 
In June 1975, Australian couple Annette and Win Henderson find themselves stranded in Libreville, Gabon, after travelling halfway across Africa. When a thief robs their Kombivan, they are left penniless - with no way to go back and no way to go on. They are saved by a chance meeting with a local expat, who offers them jobs in a remote mining camp in the mountains, close to the Congo border, in a region never visited by tourists, accessible only by canoe. At the camp, Annette battles isolation, culture shock and the challenges of a job for which she is ill-prepared. She finds solace and joy in the vast equatorial forest - a world as enthralling as any David Attenborough film - and when she adopts orphaned baby gorilla, Josie, her life changes forever. Wild Spirit is the intensely moving story of a young Australian woman suddenly immersed in a frontier world, coming face to face not only with the impact of the human population on endangered wildlife, but also with her own quest for meaning. About the Author Annette Henderson has been writing full-time since 2005. Prior to that, her working life took her to the United Kingdom, Africa, Indonesia and remote Australia. With her husband, Win, she travelled overland from Calcutta to London in a Kombivan, in which they later journeyed from London across the Sahara Desert to Equatorial Africa. Her life changed forever in 1975 when they both took jobs in a mineral camp in remote mountainous forest in Gabon, West Africa. On returning to Australia, she embarked on a career as an anthropologist. Annette is a committed conservationist, a zoo parent of the lowland gorillas at Taronga Zoo and the adoptive parent of a juvenile orangutan in Borneo. Her articles on Australian birds and reptiles have appeared in Wildlife Australia Magazine. Annette and her husband share seven acres of bushland near Brisbane with koalas, wallabies, powerful owls, over 100 species of native birds and their ridgeback cross, Bentleigh. She is a classically trained singer, enjoys regular workouts at a gym, and runs half marathons. 
Price: 34.95 AUD
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Nature's Gifts: Answers to Questions about Honey, Pollen and all things Bees, Athol Craig and Skaidra Craig
4 Nature's Gifts: Answers to Questions about Honey, Pollen and all things Bees
Athol Craig and Skaidra Craig Australia Athol Craig 2016 0646911333 / 9780646911335 2nd Edition Soft cover New Book 14.7 x 21.0 x 1.0 cm Glenbo Craig 
UPDATED REPRINT 2016 Did you know that to collect a kilo of honey, bees need to visit one million plants? In going about their daily lives, bees provide plants with pollination necessary for reproduction and biodiversity, and they provide food for many species from ants to insects to birds. They are also an integral part of the self-sufficiency approach to sustainable production. The authors look after over 100 honey and native bee hives. They have run bee workshops in schools and colleges, mead-making workshops for grown ups and started successful bee clubs. This book contains the answers to the questions they are most often asked, such as 'what is pollen?', 'how do bees make honey?' 'what if a bee stings?', 'how do you make mead?' and 'what pests and diseases affect bees?'. The 129-page book is strikingly illustrated and designed by the masterful Glenbo Craig. 
Price: 19.95 AUD
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Exploring Nature Great Apes: Discover the exciting world of chimps, gorillas, orangutans, bonobos and more, Barbara Taylor
5 Exploring Nature Great Apes: Discover the exciting world of chimps, gorillas, orangutans, bonobos and more
Barbara Taylor UK Armadillo Books 2015 1861474520 / 9781861474520 Hardcover New Book 29.2 x 22.6 x 1.2 cm 
This book helps you discover the exciting world of chimps, gorillas, orangutans, bonobos and more, with over 200 pictures. The lifestyles, environments and physical characteristics of great apes are captured in accessible text, dramatic wildlife photographs and detailed illustrations. You can visit remote but threatened habitats, from the misty mountains of Africa to the dark and dappled rainforests of South-east Asia. Focus features zoom in on detailed areas of ape existence, such as how chimpanzees use tools, and what life is like for a baby orangutan. Myth boxes collect the most popular stories about great apes from all over the world. 'Did You Know?' spotlights provide instant, amazing-but-true facts about these remarkable primates. This amazing book investigates all four groups of great ape living in the wild - bonobos, chimpanzees, mighty gorillas and shaggy red orangutans. Drawing interesting comparisons with other members of the primate family, it provides a fascinating insight into every aspect of great ape life.Here you will discover the meaning of gorilla belch, the peace-loving ways of the bonobo and the special physical attributes of all the different species that help them to survive in the wild. With this book, you can explore an entire planet of the apes! 
Price: 23.95 AUD
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Australian Snakes: A Pictorial Guide *** OUT OF STOCK ***, Belinda Edwards
6 Australian Snakes: A Pictorial Guide *** OUT OF STOCK ***
Belinda Edwards Australia The Five Mile Press 2009 1742116183 / 9781742116181 Soft cover New Book 23.4 x 14.8 cm 
Did you know? Snakes can go two years without eating. Over one million people are bitten by snakes every year. Australian Snakes identifies over forty of our most commonly found snakes, and provides a full-colour photograph and identifying features for each one. As well, there is comprehensive information about snake bites, including prevention and first aid, as well as general information on snakes, such as feeding habits, and basic anatomy and physiology. An easy-to-read guide for students, bushwalkers and anyone interested in learning more about Australian snakes. It looks in detail at over forty of Australia's most well known and colourful snakes, describing the features, characteristics and habitat. Includes full-colour photographs and distribution maps 
Price: 14.95 AUD
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Bugs # Mini Encyclopedia, Belinda Gallagher
7 Bugs # Mini Encyclopedia
Belinda Gallagher UK Miles Kelly Publishing 2014 1782094458 / 9781782094456 Soft cover New Book 16.5 x 12.8 x 2.5 cm 
A perfect introduction to comprehensive bugs books for kids, Mini Encyclopedia Bugs is small enough to slot into school bags, making this a fantastic resource for school projects and homework at key stage 2. This compact, comprehensive children's encyclopedia uses clear, bulleted facts and incredible info panels to explain everything from the life cycle of butterflies, how spiders feed and why bees collect nectar. Every topic is supported by photographs, realistic artwork and detailed diagrams, and colour-coded sections make navigation through the topics easy and quick. Chapters and topic examples of Mini Encyclopedia Bugs: . Insect world: Anatomy, Communication, Pollinators, Defence, Parasites and Stings . Ants, bees and wasps: Army ant, Leafcutter ant, Honey, Bumblebee and Hornet . Butterflies and moths: Tortoiseshell butterfly, Red admiral butterfly, Peacock butterfly, Atlas moth and Peppered moth . Flies, beetles and bugs: Horse fly, Mosquito, Firefly, Stag beetle and Cicada . Termites, cockroaches, crickets and grasshoppers: Termite anatomy, Social behavior, Wood termite, Madagascan hissing cockroach and Locust . Other insects: Stick insect, Dragonfly, Praying mantis, Flea and Earwig . Spiders, scorpions and mites: Silk, Black widow spider, Tarantula, Horseshoe crab and Ticks . Worms, millipedes and centipedes: Lugworm, Bloodworm, Leech, Earthworm, Giant centipede Amazing facts for kids to learn include: . Scientists discovered the fossils of a dragonfly that lived 300 million years ago. It had a wingspan as big as a seagull. . House-flies are known to spread 40 serious diseases. A single fly harbours as many as 33 million infectious organisms inside its intestines and 500 million on its body surface and legs. . Out of the 35,000 different kinds of spider, only about 30 are dangerous to people. 
Price: 24.95 AUD
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Spiderwatch: A Guide to Australian Spiders: A Guide to Australian Spiders Revised Edition, Bert Brunet
8 Spiderwatch: A Guide to Australian Spiders: A Guide to Australian Spiders Revised Edition
Bert Brunet Australia New Holland 2008 1876334495 / 9781876334499 Revised Soft cover New Book 23.5 x 14.5 x 1.1 cm 
"Illustrated with an identification guide, colour drawings and photographs, Spiderwatch is an easy-to-use and practical field manual. It contains advice on where to find spiders and how to draw, photograph and take notes on them as well as on anatomy and evolution. More than 100 of the most frequently encountered Australian spiders are depicted. Most of these are described in detail, with information on toxicity, habitat and prey capture. As well, Spiderwatch includes facts on Australia's dangerous spiders and advice on first aid." About the Author: Bert Brunet is an acutely observant photographer, illustrator and writer, and a naturalist of considerable standing. He has twice won the Zoo Le Souef Memorial Award, a national prize presented for contributions to entomological scientific research. His first book, The Silken Web, won the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, highly acclaimed Whitley Award in 1994. Australian Insects: a Natural History is Bertís third book. It is the culmination of his insatiable curiosity with how Australiaís insects have adapted to survive the natural forces of this ancient land. 
Price: 29.95 AUD
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Dragonflies: Catching, Identifying, How and Where they Live, Chris Earley
9 Dragonflies: Catching, Identifying, How and Where they Live
Chris Earley Canada Firefly Books 2013 1770851860 / 9781770851863 Soft cover New Book 20.3 x 20.3 x 0.5 cm 
Dragonflies are as fascinating as they are beautiful. In this book readers will learn how to observe them in the wild and have them hover as close as their nose! Dragonflies and their close relatives, damselflies, have been around longer than dinosaurs and can be found on all continents except Antarctica. One dragonfly species makes the longest migration of any insect in the world. Dragonflies can be found in wetlands, forests, fields and even backyards. This illustrated guide to dragonflies and damselflies is packed with all the facts about what they are, what they eat, and what eats them. Their life cycle is explored, beginning from eggs that hatch into wingless nymphs that live underwater and breathe through gills. With the help of this detailed guide featuring close-up photographs, readers will learn tips and tricks for how to properly catch, hold and let a dragonfly go. An identification section allows the reader to quickly and easily identify the most popular species and illustrates how each is unique, from darners to clubtails, spiketails to cruisers, and emeralds to skimmers. AGES: 8-11 AUTHOR: Chris G. Earley is the interpretive biologist at the University of Guelph's Arboretum and author of Hawks and Owls, Sparrows and Finches and Warblers, all specific to the Great Lakes and Eastern North America regions. ILLUSTRATIONS: colour photographs * 
Price: 8.95 AUD
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Australia's Mammal Extinctions: A 50 000 Year History [POD], Chris Johnson
10 Australia's Mammal Extinctions: A 50 000 Year History [POD]
Chris Johnson Australia Cambridge University Press 2006 0521686601 / 9780521686600 Soft cover New Book 25.2 x 19.8 x 2.7 cm 
NOT IN STOCK - THIS IS A PRINT ON DEMAND TITLE WHICH TAKES 7-10 DAYS TO RECEIVE INTO STOCK - PLEASE TAKE THIS TIMEFRAME INTO ACCOUNT WHEN ORDERING. Of the forty mammal species known to have vanished in the world in the last 200 years, almost half have been Australian. Our continent has the worst record of mammal extinctions, with over 65 mammal species having vanished in the last 50 000 years. It began with the great wave of megafauna extinctions in the last ice-age, and continues today, with many mammal species vulnerable to extinction. The question of why mammals became extinct, and why so many became extinct in Australia has been debated by experts for over a century and a half and we are no closer to agreement on the causes. This book introduces readers to the great mammal extinction debate. Chris Johnson takes us on a detective-like tour of these extinctions, uncovering how, why and when they occurred. 
Price: 119.95 AUD
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The Snake Ranch Guide to Reptile Care, Chris Williams
11 The Snake Ranch Guide to Reptile Care
Chris Williams Australia Australian Reptile Classifieds 2014 Soft cover New Book 21.0 x 14.8 x 1.0 cm 
The Snake Ranch Guide to Reptile Care is a brilliant new addition to introductory husbandry guides for Australian reptile species. Designed for new keepers and children it features an abundance of photographs and easy to understand text. The contents include - Introduction, Buying a Reptile, Housing, Building an Enclosure, Record Keeping, Feeding, Sloughing (shedding), Bites, Australian Reptile Quick Facts, A New Era for the Hobby, The Pygmy Pythons (Children's, Pygmys, Spotteds, Stimson's, Banded Pygmys), Medium Sized Pythons (Woma, Bredl's, Inlands, Jungles, Darwins, Greens, Diamonds, Rough-scaleds), Large Pythons (Black-headeds, Coastals, Olives) Lizards (Small Dragons, Blue-tongues, Bearded Dragons), Bro and Maria Turtles, Reptile Hygiene, Reptile Trouble Shooting, About Snake Ranch, References, Feeding Cards, Acknowledgements, 182 pages. 
Price: 24.95 AUD 9.95 AUD 
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Ants of Brisbane: A Queensland Museum Pocket Wild Guide, Christopher James Burwell
12 Ants of Brisbane: A Queensland Museum Pocket Wild Guide
Christopher James Burwell Australia Queensland Museum 2007 0977594327 / 9780977594320 Soft cover New Book 14.5 x 10.5 x 0.6 cm 
Ants are everywhere! In Brisbane, more than 350 species of ants probably call the city home - large ones, small ones, black, brown, slow-moving, fast-moving and those that sting. Whenever you see ants, pull out this intriguing little guide and hopefully you wil be able to put names to at least some of the city's more common species. This pocket companion contains detailed descriptions of over 100 different species ants inhabiting Southeast Queensland. From funnel ants to fire ants, their habitats, behaviours and even the strength of their bites can all be found here. 
Price: 11.95 AUD
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Backyard Insects of Brisbane: A Queensland Museum Pocket Wild Guide, Christopher James Burwell
13 Backyard Insects of Brisbane: A Queensland Museum Pocket Wild Guide
Christopher James Burwell Australia Queensland Museum 2008 0977594394 / 9780977594399 Soft cover New Book 14.9 x 9.9 x 0.5 cm 
A comprehensive pocket-sized guide to the insects commonly found in Brisbane backyards. This pocket companion contains information on ants, roaches, bees and many more insects that youll find in a Brisbane household. Filled with their appetites, activities and habitats, its the essential guide for any Brisbanite curious about insects. This guide concentrates on frequently encountered and conspicuous species of six-legged invertebrates that occur in the average suburban backyard. Take a closer look at their activities and habitats in this essential guide to our fascinating native insects. 
Price: 11.95 AUD
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Shadow of the Thylacine: One Man's Epic Search for the Tasmanian Tiger, Col Bailey
14 Shadow of the Thylacine: One Man's Epic Search for the Tasmanian Tiger
Col Bailey Australia Five Mile Press 2013 1743464851 / 9781743464854 Soft cover New Book 
In 1967 Col Bailey sighted a Tasmanian tiger in South Australia. Then, in 1993, an encounter with an elderly bushman unlocked previously untold information that led Col into the untrodden wilderness of Tasmania's Weld Valley. Now the truth of this discovery can be revealed about an animal that the experts claim is long extinct. 
Price: 29.95 AUD
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A Guide to Australian Geckos & Pygopods in Captivity, Danny Brown
15 A Guide to Australian Geckos & Pygopods in Captivity
Danny Brown Australia Reptile Publications 2012 0987244736 / 9780987244734 Soft cover New Book 23.5 x 16.3 x 2.0 cm 
This full colour, 352 page book provides detailed information on all aspects of captive husbandry relating to the most commonly kept species of Australian gecko and pygopod species including Bynoe's and Desert Cave Geckoes, Dtellas and House Geckos, Giant Cave and Giant Tree Geckos, Knob-tailed Geckos, Leaf-tailed geckos, Spiny-tailed Geckos, Ring-tailed Geckos, Small Terrestrial Geckos, Thick-tailed Geckos, Velvet Geckos and the Pygopods including Delma's, Scaly-footed and Burton's Legless Lizards. The book is littered with full colour images showing all aspects of sexing, housing, breeding and general appearance of the species within each chapter using over 580 images from some of Australia's finest reptile photographers, most unique to this book series. 
Price: 74.95 AUD
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The Complete Guide to Finding the Mammals of Australia, David Andrew
16 The Complete Guide to Finding the Mammals of Australia
David Andrew Australia CSIRO Publishing 2015 0643098143 / 9780643098145 Soft cover New Book 21.5 x 14.8 x 2.3 cm 
Australia has a rich and unique array of animals, including the largest diversity of marsupials on earth. The recent growth in ecotourism has increased the popularity of mammal-spotting, particularly whale and dolphin-watching, but also spotting of perennial tourist favorites such as koalas and kangaroos. For the first time ever, The Complete Guide to Finding the Mammals of Australia advises interested amateurs and professionals where to locate many of Australia's mammals. The book describes Australia's best mammal-watching sites state-by-state. It also includes a complete, annotated taxonomic list with hints on finding each species (or why it won't be easy to see); sections on travel and logistics in Australia; and appendices with hints on finding and photographing mammals. About the Author: David Andrew has extensive experience in ecotourism and has written or co-written 13 books on travel, wildlife, and conservation, as well as articles for magazines and newspapers. He has also presented on television and radio. David is co-author of The Complete Guide to Finding the Birds of Australia. 
Price: 49.95 AUD
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Backyard Bees: A Guide for the Beginner Beekeeper, Doug Purdie
17 Backyard Bees: A Guide for the Beginner Beekeeper
Doug Purdie Australia Murdoch Books 2014 1743361718 / 9781743361719 Hardcover New Book 24.0 x 17.0 x 1.8 cm 
Everything you need to know to keep bees on your rooftop, balcony or in your backyard. Just about anyone can keep bees. All you need is a bit of space in your backyard (or on your rooftop) and a little love for the creatures that pollinate the vegie patches of your neighbourhood. Once introduced to the charms of beekeeping and the taste of warm honeycomb direct from the hive, you'll be hooked. Backyard Bees is the ultimate guide to installing and maintaining a hive through the seasons. Learn how easy it is to keep happy, healthy bees, and how and when to harvest the liquid gold. Including extensive advice on choosing a hive and the equipment you need; case studies and anecdotes from beekeepers from all walks of life; and 20 delicious recipes for all that honey, from Toasted Honey Granola to Bees Knees Cocktails. About the Author: Doug Purdie, along with his partner at The Urban Beehive, maintains more than 50 beehives on city rooftops, balconies, backyards and in community gardens around Sydney. He runs beginner beekeeping courses and is president of the Sydney branch of the Amateur Beekeepers' Association. 
Price: 34.95 AUD
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The Bee Friendly Garden: Easy Ways to Help the Bees and Make Your Garden Grow, Doug Purdie
18 The Bee Friendly Garden: Easy Ways to Help the Bees and Make Your Garden Grow
Doug Purdie Australia Murdoch Books 2016 1743367562 / 9781743367568 Soft cover New Book 25.5 x 21.0 cm 
A grower's handbook to attracting bees and other beneficial insects. Bees are our most important pollinators and they are in decline the world over. They love to live in urban environments, where it's a short flight path from one type of plant to the next. But conventional gardens that favour lawns and pesticides over flowers and edible plants are scaring the good bugs away. The Bee Friendly Garden is a guide for all gardeners great and small to encouraging bees and other good bugs to your green space. Includes: - How bees forage and why your garden needs them - A comprehensive plant guide to bee friendly plants - Simple changes anybody can make - Ideas for gardens of all sizes - Natural pest control and companion planting advice. 208 Pages. About the Author: Doug Purdie is the co-founder of The Urban Beehive, which manages over 100 hives around Sydney. He teaches beginner beekeeping courses and is the author of Backyard Bees. 
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Wildlife of Tropical North Queensland, Cooktown to Mackay: A Queensland Museum Wild Guide, Edited by Michelle Ryan and Chris Burwell
19 Wildlife of Tropical North Queensland, Cooktown to Mackay: A Queensland Museum Wild Guide
Edited by Michelle Ryan and Chris Burwell Australia Queensland Museum 2000 0724293493 / 9780724293490 Soft cover New Book 21.0 x 14.6 x 2.0 cm 
Tropical North Queensland is one of the world's most beautiful natural areas. Each year thousands of visitors, from across Australia and overseas, are drawn to the region to experience for themselves the lure of its spectacular landscapes and astonishing wildlife. This full colour, identification guide covers the area east of the Great Dividing Range between Cooktown and Mackay (including Cairns and Townsville), and is the first comprehensive publication on the animals of Tropical North Queensland. Covers more than 850 species and contains 950 colour photographs. 368 pages. 
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Keeping and Breeding Australian Lizards, Edited by Mike Swan
20 Keeping and Breeding Australian Lizards
Edited by Mike Swan Australia Mike Swan Publishing 2008 0980366712 / 9780980366716 Soft cover New Book 21 x 15 x 3.5 cm 
Keeping and Breeding Australian Lizards, edited by Mike Swan. Authored by Kieran Aland (Dragons), Greg Fyfe (Skinks), Grant Husband and Matthew Bonnett (Monitors), John McGrath (Geckos) and Rob Porter (Flap-footed Lizards). Photographs, design and layout by Damian Goodall of Eye For Nature. From the team that brought you Keeping and Breeding Australian Pythons now comes Keeping and Breeding Australian Lizards. Mike Swan has enrolled the services of Australia's most well known and successful lizard breeders to write the most comprehensive book on the captive husbandry and breeding of Australian lizards. With over 600 pages and more than 1000 photographs, this authoritative book is heavy on information, yet able to be read by even the most basic keeper. This book includes information on housing, substrates, UV requirements, cycling, incubation, feeding, breeding, health care, diseases and the propagation of live food. A must have for anybody with any interest in breeding lizards, and very affordable for the information it contains. 616 pages 
Price: 69.95 AUD 64.95 AUD 
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