Magazines

On the Web
Sep 20, 2014

All About Mantella expectata

On the Web - A recent blog post puts together a nice summary of Mantella expectata history and captive care.

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On the Web
Sep 20, 2014

GeckoTime: Paraguayan Ground Gecko

On the Web - This is a great article about reptile keeper Michelle Howarth’s experience with Homonata horrida, a lovely and uncommonly kept gecko.

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On the Web
Sep 7, 2014

Gecko Time: A Day in the Life as a Vendor

On the Web - Ever wondered what it’s like sitting behind the table at a reptile expo?  This great article gives an insightful look into one leopard gecko vendor’s experience.

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On the Web
Sep 7, 2014

Reptile Apartement: Gila Monster Killed

On the Web - This is a very interesting article about how community outrage can bring abusive criminals to justice, from two teenagers torturing and killing a tortoise to this man who...

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On the Web
Aug 31, 2014

GeckoTime: Forum Profile-GeckoForums.net

On the Web - Read all about GeckoForums.net, a premier site focusing on leopard geckos in particular.  It is an excellent source for anyone wanting to share their passion and learn more...

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On the Web
Aug 30, 2014

Reptile Apartment: Maternal Incubation

On the Web - This article compares and contrasts the maternal instincts of various snake species and discusses “nature versus nurture” in captive breeding.

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On the Web
Aug 24, 2014

The Enigmatic Ball Python Appetite

On the Web - This is an excellent article written by Colin Weaver about the often confounding appetites of ball pythons.  In it, he takes a look at what’s “normal” and what...

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On the Web
Aug 23, 2014

Stung by a Poisonous Snake?

On the Web - For anyone needing help explaining the difference between poisonous and venomous (or stung and bitten), this article is a big help.

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On the Web
Aug 23, 2014

GeckoTime: In Search of Uroplatus henkeli

On the Web - A British student goes on a herping trip to Madagascar in hopes of finding leaf-tailed geckos in their native environment.  Read this excellent field-herping article to find out...

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On the Web
Aug 18, 2014

Snake Tongue Science

On the Web - Why do snakes flick their tongues?  Read the answer here, along with an in-depth look at the biology behind what may be the most culturally misunderstood organ in...

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On the Web
Aug 18, 2014

The Reptile Apartment: Green Anole

On the Web - This article is a great way to learn some fascinating facts and natural history about the small, beautiful lizard known as the green anole.

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On the Web
Aug 17, 2014

Deadly Beauty

On the Web - Meet the beautiful and amazing boomslang snake.  Once thought completely harmless to humans, it was discovered in the late 1950’s to have one of the deadliest venoms in...

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On the Web
Aug 17, 2014

Hung like a Turtle?

On the Web - Here’s a fascinating and eye-opening look at the anatomy of the male sex organ in Chelonian species (turtles and tortoises).  It’s far more impressive than one would expect...

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On the Web
Aug 14, 2014

The Reptile Apartment: Quondom Reptile Forums

On the Web - Here’s an interesting article about the rise and “fall” of reptile forums on the Internet and the role they’ve played in the herping industry. Editor’s Note: While it...

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On the Web
Aug 10, 2014

GeckoTime: Reptile Community—an Irish Forum

On the Web - This excellent article profiles a small but active reptile forum based in Ireland.  Whether you’re Irish or not, it’s a great site to visit and hang out with.

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On the Web
Aug 8, 2014

Myths and Mysteries of Arachnids

On the Web - Here’s an excellent article from The Reptile Apartment on spiders and tarantulas and how they relate to the herpetoculture society, along with interesting facts and myth-busting.

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