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Species delimitation and systematics of the green pythons (Morelia viridis complex) of melanesia and Australia

Walsh-T-Reproduction-of-Chondro…-1982

Walsh T R & A GTP 1997.1

THERMOREGULATION IN PYTHONS. IV THERMOREGULATION IN THE PAPUAN-NEW GUINEAN PYTHONS WITHIN THE GENERA PYTHON, LIASIS AND CHONDROPYTHON

The influence of dehydration on the thermal preferences of the Western tiger snake, Notechis scutatus

The adaptive significance of ontogenetic colour change in a tropical python

Terraria Indonesia Rico Walder

T Walsh Same Old Snakes…

Symposium-Paper Michal Cermak

Switak Reptiles Article, Emerald Serpents Part 2.1

Switak Reptiles Article, Emerald Serpents Part 1.1

Rundquist E Captive Breeding GTP 1993.1

Response to Wild Caught Chondro Laundering

ReptileCareVol4Num4 Rico Walder

Reproduction Chondropython Viridis (Reptilia, Serpentes, Boidae) L.H.S. Van Mierop, Trooper Walsh and Dale L. Marcellini

Python phylogenetics inference from morphology and mitochondrial DNA

Phylogeographic analysis of the green python, Morelia viridis, reveals cryptic diversity

Perch Color Preference in Juvenile Green

Notes on Incubating Chondropython eggs, Paul J. Hollander

Natusch and Lyons (2014) Geographic and Sexual Variations in Body Size, Morphology, and Diet among Five Populations of Green Pythons (Morelia viridis)

Natusch and Lyons (2012) Relationships of colour and other stuff over ontogeny in M. viridis

Monitor Magazine 1999 Winslow Murdoch Chondro Article

Lyons, A.J. and J.D. Natusch, 2013 Effects of consumer preferences for rarity on the harvest of wild populations within species

Lyons and Natusch Wildlife laundering

Life-history traits and ontogenetic colour change in an arboreal tropical python, Morelia viridis

Hyatt, A. D., Williamson, M.; Coupar, B. E. H., et al. 2002. First identification of a ranavirus in green

Geographic range, population structure and conservation status of the green python (Morelia viridis), a popular snake in the captive pet trade

GEOGRAPHIC AND SEXUAL VARIATIONS IN BODY SIZE, MORPHOLOGY, AND DIET AMONG FIVE POPULATIONS OF GREEN PYTHONS ( MORELIA VIRIDIS )

Further Notes on the Husbandry, Breeding, and Behavior of Chondropython Viridis, Trooper Walsh National Zoological Park

Foraging_ecology_and_diet_of_an_ambush_p

Editorial Response to Wild Caught Laundering

Distribution, abundance and demography of green pythons (Morelia viridis) in Cape York Peninsula, Australia

Captive Breeding 1993 Sedgewick County Zoo Chondro article

Blake H Vivarium GTP 1992

AUSTRALIAN-GREEN-TREE-PYTHONS

Annotated checklist of the recent and extinct pythons (Serpentes, Pythonidae), with notes on nomenclature, taxonomy, and distributionWulf D. Schleip1, Mark O’Shea2,3

Age- and sex-related differences in the spatial ecology of a dichromatic tropical python (Morelia viridis)

A review of the systematics and taxonomy of Pythonidae an ancient serpent lineage. Barker, Barker, Davis and Schuett

A Captive Breeding of The Green Tree Python Peter Gray Herpetarium