2011 REPTILES Article Index

An index of all the articles that appeared in REPTILES magazine during the year 2011.

2007 REPTILES Article Index
Reptiles Magazine 1103
March 2011 Editor's Note

Breeder's Choice

January: Striped anerythistic Kenyan sand boa

February: Panther chameleon


March: Jamaican boa

April: Majestic Argentine tegu

May: Orange calico common snapping turtle

June: Designer carrot-tail leopard gecko

July: Ontogenic blue and melanistic green tree python


August: Banded knob-tailed gecko

September: Silver vanishing stripe pigmy

October: Brazilian rainbow boa ghost morph

November: Peruvian/Columbian hypomelanistic boa constrictor


December: Calico crested gecko

Buyer's Guides

February: Caging.

April: Lighting.

June: Diets and supplements.


August: Cage décor.

Herp Queries

January: Why the Restrictions

February: Showing Skin; Rare Rattler


March: Living Museum; Playing Dead

April: What's in a Name?; Cruisin'

May: King Cobras; All the Frills; Mishandling by the Mass Media

June: Sideways Bite


July: Banded Gilas; The Great Snake Race

August: Okeetee OK

September: The Purpose of Color; Which is Worse?

October: Arboreal Interests; Tadpole Clustering; Drive-by Egg Laying

November: Predicting Pregnancy; Herp Connection

December: Choice Chelonian; Internet Information; Psycho Toads?

Herpers' Most Wanted

January: Florida kingsnake

February: Orange-eyed crocodile skink

March: Marbled salamander

April: Chinese box turtle

May: Sinaloan milk snake

June: White-lipped python

July: Matamata

August: Flying gecko

September: Eastern mud turtle

October: Spotted python

November: African bullfrog/ pixie frog

December: Emperor newt

Living With Reptiles

January: Seniors Meeting Snakes: Folks at an Arizona senior center learn to love reptiles

February: Close Call: One kid learns a big lesson: Always have your herp safely contained while in a car

March: Lifelong Herper: A present from a neighbor ignites a lasting passing for herps

April: A Tale of Two Dragons: After the author met her grandma's beardie, she had to have her own

May: Digital Mayhem: A herper learns to monitor his snakes closely

June: Multiplying Menagerie: From afraid to enthralled

July: Reptile Road: The gateway to a career with reptiles

August: Living Science: A love of herps becomes an opportunity to learn

September: Herpetologist Honeymoon: A Colorado woman enjoys reptiles among Mayan ruins

October: Handling Heat: An iguana owner learns to manage her pet's aggressive side.

November: Christmas Miracle: A young herper learns a valuable lesson about safety

December: An Adventure Begins: What started as a hobby, morphs   into marriage.

Reptile Retailer Spotlight

January: La Ferme Tropicale, Lille, France

March: LLL Reptile and Supply Company, Oceanside, Calif.

May: Designer Geckos, Longmont, Colo.

July: The Serpentarium, Lodi, Calif.

October: Incredible Pets Inc., Melbourne, Fla.

December: LLL Reptile, San Diego, Calif.

Vet Report

January: New Beginnings

February: The (Blond) Client

March: Egg-Poaching Hoax

April: Great Minds Meet

May: Veterinarian Cost Control

June: Ethics, Honesty & Profits in the Herp Marketplace

July: Would You Sell this Snake?

August: Name that Bite

September: Knowing the Normal

October: Ignorant vs. Stupid

November: Back to Basics

December: Euthanasia at Home?

Who's Who in REPTILES

February: Dan and Colette Southerland: This couple popularized the ball python morph

April: Phil Goss: Breeding, promoting products and educating the public

June: Brian Barczyk: A herper's passion becomes a business that touches many

August: Jamie K. Reaser: A love for amphibians helped this naturalist overcome childhood illness and took her around the world

November: Alan Kardon: From reptile enthusiast to zoo curator.  REPTILES

• Mediterranean Gems (western Hermann's tortoise)
• Amazing Acrobats (fan-footed gecko)
• What Is It? (axolotl)
• Reptile Rescue
• 2010 REPTILES Article Index

• Ornate & Engaging (ornate box turtle)
• Bullsnake Bonanza
• Time Well-Spent (hourglass tree frog)
• Boost Your Tegu IQ (red tegu)

• To the Point (spiny turtle)
• Living in Your Toilet (turtle health)
• The Other Boa (Dumeril's boa)
• Grass Lizards: Quick and Easy
• Lizards of Arabia (herping in Saudi Arabia)

• Rethinking Reptile Lighting
• Alien Lizard (Cuban false chameleon)
• Seeing Spots (spotted salamander)
• Stellar pythons (Antaresia genus)

• Breeding the Angel Island Chuckwalla
• King of the Mountain (black milk snake)
• Marbled Beauty (Amazon milk frog)
• Prehistoric Challenge (snapping turtle)
• Vivarium Plants with Bite

• Backyard Oasis (turtle pond)
• A Need to Breed (Uroplatus fimbriatus)
• Beauty Snakes of Southeast Asia
• Colorful Crocs (crocodile newts)

• The Stand Up For Snakes Video Contest! (announcement)
• Exotic Offerings (feeder insects)
• A Desert Dweller in Need of Heat (desert iguana)
• Red Tail, Green Body and a Blue Tongue
(red-tailed green rat snake)
• Safeguard Your Beardie's Health
• Set Sail (herping Channel Islands)

• Savu Success (Savu python)
• You've Come a Long Way Baby Turtle (history)
• Ready for Red-Eyes? (red-eyed tree frog
• Understanding What's Underfoot (vivarium substrates)

• A True Jewel (eastern indigo snake)
• Cryptic and Clever (flap-necked chameleon)
• Herp Hunting in the Amazon
• Rare and Delicate (spider tortoise)
• Prepare for the Worst (natural disaster survival tips)

• Crested Appeal (crested gecko)
• Rodent Rundown (feeder rodents)
• Arboreal Acrobats (green tree monitor)
• Keeper of the Flame (fire salamander)
• Small Wonders: Pigmy rattlesnakes

• The Silent Watcher (Central American ornate wood turtle)
• Colorful Canvas (eastern painted turtle)
• Rare Beauties (West Indian boas)
• Endemic Treasures (Central Texas salamanders)
• Avoid the Dreaded "Stick Tail" (leopard gecko health)

• A Manageable Monitor (spiny-tailed monitor/ackie)
• Herp Hideaways
• Electrifying Treasure (electric-blue day gecko)
• The Indotestudo Tortoise Trio
• Alluring Tail (rough-scaled sand boa)

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