Corn Snakes: The Comprehensive Owner’s Guide By Kathy & Bill Love.
227 Pages. ©2005.
Each year, more corn snakes are bred in captivity than any other snake species. Their increasing popularity is largely credited to their rich coloring, easy handling size, and calm disposition. Corns usually will not bite or constrict under mild stress like other snakes. From corn snake experts Bill Love and Kathy Love and Advanced Vivarium Systems®, the definitive source on reptile and amphibian care, comes the most comprehensive information available on keeping and breeding corn snakes. Corn Snakes: The Comprehensive Owner’s Guide satisfies the needs fo both the novice and the seasoned veteran of “guttata culture,” offering the latest on breeding, genetics, and the range and history of color and pattern variations, as well as the basics of feeding and care.
Table of Contents
- General Information
- Acquiring a Corn Snake
- Basic Caging and Housing Requirements
- Diseases and Disorders
- Color and Pattern Variations
The highly acclaimed Advanced Vivarium Systems® books, founded and guided by herpetocultural pioneer Philippe de Vosjoli, are the No. 1 books on reptile care. From Choosing a pet, to selecting a veterinarian, to feeding, housing, breeding, and more, these books deliver the most helpful and up-to-date information available on popular reptiles and amphibians kept as pets.