An index of all the articles that appeared in REPTILES magazine during the year 2010.
January: Axanthic jaguar coastal carpet python.
February: Super citrus hypo-translucent bearded dragon.
March: Hypo-pastel pink-bellied side-necked turtle.
April: Hypo-translucent leather-back bearded dragon.
May: Diamond-jungle jaguar python.
June: Lavender bold-stripe Bell albino leopard gecko.
July: Albino carpet python.
August: Red albino blood python.
September: Helmeted gecko.
October: Granite jaguar carpet python.
November: Paroedura masobe.
December: Green tree monitor.
June: Diets and supplements.
August: Cage décor.
November: Holiday gift guide.
January: White Out; Save the Snakes; True or False Cobra.
February: Powerful Advantage; Scare Tactic?
March: Morph or Defect?
April: Disappearing Variety; Bad Clutches.
May: Your Cage or Mine?; The Perfect Setting.
June: Contact Quagmire; No PDA: Public Display of Animals.
July: Our Hobby Under Attack.
August: Snake Comparison.
September: Snippy Kingsnakes; Viper Versus Bushmaster.
October: Blue Red-Eyes; Watering Herps in Transit.
November: Vivarium Fungus; Snakebite Vaccinations.
December: A Snake for Kids; Eye of the Beholder.
Herpers' Most Wanted
January: Painted turtles.
February: Reticulated python.
March: Spurred tortoise.
April: Curly tailed lizard.
May: Rosy boa.
June: Crested gecko.
July: Oriental fire-bellied toad.
August: Common musk turtle.
September: African fat-tailed gecko.
October: Tiger-legged monkey treefrog.
November: Fire skink.
December: Eastern glass lizard.
Living With Reptiles
January: Turtle Charm: A Californian reflects on the chelonians of her youth.
February: Hard Sell: A North Carolinian uses tact to add a lizard to the family.
March: It Started With One: A New York boy's interest spreads.
April: Skink Surprise: A North Carolinian went from frog man to lizard lover.
May: Rosy Outcome: A New Englander learns the value of a locked cage.
June: Leopard Love: A secret plan becomes a reptile reality.
July: Twice the Love: A two-headed beardie gets extra TLC.
August: Dining With Miss Beef: A blue-tongued skink has her way in the kitchen.
September: Turning Green With Geckos: A late-in-life herper builds her menagerie.
October: Once Bitten, Not Shy: After a life-threatening snakebite, this boy loves all things scaly.
November: Office Entertainment: Getting sent to the principal's office can be a good thing.
December: Birthday Beardie: This young herper knew just what she wanted for her big day.
Reptile Retailer Spotlight
January: Pet'acular Exotics, Antioch, Calif.
March: Plano Pets, Plano, Texas.
May: DnJ Reptiles, Seaford, N.Y.
July: Jim's Pet World, Villa Park, Ill.
September: The Tye-Dyed Iguana, Fairview Heights, Ill.
November: The Exotic Amphibian and Reptile Center, St. Louis.
January: Drooling Chameleon.
February: Mouth Lump; Scent and Sensitivities; Hidden Meds.
March: Lumpy Carpet.
April: Scary Skin.
May: Get a Toehold on Shedding Problems; Turtle Eye Infection.
June: Constipated Chameleon; Lumpy Python.
July: Mystery Shell Spot; Regurgitating Gecko.
August: Anorexic Reptiles.
September: Infected Eyes.
October: Blocked Gecko; Beardie Stopped Basking; Mite Issue.
November: Pimpled Caiman?; Scabby Skin; Python Won't Eat.
December: Sticky Geckos; Muddy Eyes; Sunken Eyes.
Who's Who in REPTILES
January: Nigel Marven: A filmmaker works to excite a new generation.
February: Elliott Jacobson: A veterinarian shapes herp medicine and future vets.
April: Greg Maxwell: Green tree pythons are his obsession.
June: Danté Fenolio: A biologist works to save amphibians he once kept.
August: Tim Hoen: Preserving Costa Rica's rain forests.
October: Kim and Mark Bell: The couple that changed the breeding industry.
December: Dr. Fredric Frye: The Father of Herpetological Medicine.
• Herp Halloween Costume Craze! (costume contest winners)
• White Carpet (breeding for albino carpet pythons)
• Camouflage Kings (Malaysian horned frog)
• Broad Appeal (broad-leaf-tailed gecko)
• 10 Tadpole Tips
• 2009 REPTILES Article Index
• Reproducing Red-Foots (breeding red-footed tortoises)
• Waste Not (wet-dry water filters)
• Savannah Savvy (savannah monitor)
• Black Russian (Russian rat snake)
• Strike Gold (breeding gold-dust day geckos)
• Facts Not to Be Mist (misting systems)
• Triceratops in the Trees (Jackson's chameleon)
• Living the Dream (how to become a herpetologist)
• The Newt Report
• Getting Ahead (breeding black-headed pythons)
• Rock Solid (Cuban rock iguana)
• King of the Canopy (Amazon tree boa)
• Herping the Pearl (Sri Lanka herping)
• Desert Jewels (breeding collared lizards)
• From Russia With Love (Russian tortoise)
• Familiar Favorite (eastern garter snake)
• Planting for Success (live plants in vivaria)
• Bravo for Bufo! (European toad)
• Unveil the Mystery (breeding veiled chameleons)
• Precious and Tiny (bog turtle)
• All Eyes on You (jeweled lacerta)
• Dwarf Boas of the Caribbean
• Battle of the Big Lizards (lace monitors battle)
• Unusual Aussie (breeding common snaked-necked turtles)
• Create the Ideal Environment (heating and cooling solutions)
• True Blue (blue-spotted monitor)
• The Caiman Challenge (spectacled caiman)
• Reptile Economy
• Unusual Beauty (breeding rough-snouted geckos)
• Win Over Reluctant Feeders (colubrid feeding tips)
• Tiny Gems (thumbnail dart frog)
• Think Big (Idaho giant salamander)
• Large and Majestic (breeding Solomon Island prehensile-tailed skinks)
• Exotic Egyptians (Egyptian tortoise)
• Pantanal Paradise (Pantanal herping)
• The Scourge of Skin (ectoparasites)
• Cozy Up (Hog Island boa)
• Cameroon Adventure (Cameroon expedition contest winner)
• Rare Beauty (breeding painted terrapins)
• Exotic Appeal (plumed basilisk)
• The Cooters (river and pond cooters)
• Big Budgett's (Budgett's frog)
• Bright Blue (breeding blue dart frogs)
• Take Home the Trophy (trophy jungle carpet python)
• Artist's Palette (corn snake)
• Unusual Abronia
• Build a Desert Lizard Vivarium
• Herper's Heaven (Galápagos herping)
• 6 Steps for Success (breeding green tree pythons)
• Mediterranean Delight (marginated tortoise)
• In Pursuit of Antivenom (Sri Lanka antivenom research)