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 Post subject: Herp Nation Magazine - Issue 20
PostPosted: August 20th, 2016, 1:44 pm 
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Issue No. 20
The twentieth issue of Herp Nation Magazine, released in May of 2016. Full color, 93 pages.


Herping the Pilbara
by Jannico Kelk
Avid field herper and nature photographer Jannico Kelk shares with us a trip he took to the Pilbara Region of Australia to record and photograph the great diversity of herpetofauna in this world famous herping mecca.

Captive Reproduction of the Hundred-pace Viper (Deinagkistrodon acutus)
by Dr Thomas Eimermacher
Professional biologist and field researcher, Dr Thomas Eimermacher discusses the natural history, husbandry and breeding of the famed Hundred-Pace Viper.

Snake Hunting in Amazonia
by Mike Pingleton
Veteran Herp Nation author and international field herper, Mike Pingleton discusses the snake species he observed on one of his annual trips in the Peruvian Amazon.

An Overview of the Dendrobatid Frogs of Venezuela
by César L. Barrio Amorós
Anthropologist and freelance researcher César L. Barrio Amorós describes the natural history of the unique but poorly known Dendrobatid frogs of Venezuela.

Captive Reproduction and Hatchling Care of Big-headed Turtles (Platysternon megacephalum)
by Mark Wallace
Lifelong turtle enthusiast Mark Wallace describes the methods he uses to successfully breed one of the most unique and challenging turtle species in the world, the Asian Big-Headed Turtle.

Herpetoculture in a Changing World
by Philippe de Vosjoli
In the latest installment of Herpetoculture in a Changing World, Philippe de Vosjoli describes the details of the first step in the Four Waves of Herpetoculture – Basic Husbandry.

The Price of Progress
by Nick Mutton
Nick Mutton discusses the price that comes with the great success seen in the hobby with a small number of species, and the unintended effect of that success on species diversity in herpetoculture.

Herp Nation Image Lab, Echinosaura horrida, photographed in Itapoa, Esmeraldas, Ecuador
by Cesar Barrio-Amorós.

Closing Shot, Pacific Gopher Snake
by Scott Waters

....and more!

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