The article index makes it quick and easy to find all of your favorite articles and columns from REPTILES magazine in 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)
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)
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)