Reptiles - March 2012 - Volume 20 - Number 3
20 SPICE THINGS UP
Hailing from the world’s oldest rain forests, the cinnamon tree frog is an appealing captive.
By Patrick Nabors
26 LEGAL LAMENTS OF MODERN HERPING
Understanding the continuous influx of new laws regarding reptiles has become an essential sideline in order to continue interacting with them in both captivity and nature.
By Bill Love
32 HERP HOLIDAY
Family herping in Costa Rica.
By Tyler Enfield
42 REPTILES TAT ATTACK!
Our most popular contest is back. Send us pictures of your tats!
44 HOORAY FOR THE HOGNOSE!
Captive breeding and new mutations have boosted the demand for western hog-nosed snakes.
By Jeff Clayton
52 AN OWNER’S GUIDE TOTHE ARGUS MONITOR
There’s never a dull moment when keeping this large and active lizard.
By Justin Burokas
4 FROM THE EDITOR’S DESK
14 WHO’S WHO IN REPTILES
16 THE VET REPORT
18 HERP QUERIES
54 BREEDER’S CHOICE: BALL PYTHON
58 HERP HAPPENINGS
59 ADVERTISER INDEX
63 REPTILE BREEDER DIRECTORY
68 HERPERS’ MOST WANTED
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