Here’s a selection of books I would like to recommend:
Natural History of the Corallus hortulanus Complex
A book I really liked because it gives a lot of information on this beautiful animal in his natural habitat.
Information that can be used to improve the conditions in captivity.
NATURAL HISTORY OF NEOTROPICAL TREEBOAS
Robert W. Henderson (2015)
After 13 years Henderson updated
the above mentioned book.
The book is almost twice as thick, a lot
of pictures and new information added.
I love it!
THE REPRODUCTIVE HUSBANDRY OF PYTHONS AND BOAS
Ross and Marzec (1990)
This book has two sections; the first section (128 pages) gives a lot of general information on the husbandery. Section 2 gives reproductive data on boas and pythons.
Highly recommended !!
The Green Tree Python & Emerald Tree Boa
Ron Kivit & Stephan Wiseman (2000)
A concise book (126 pages) with a lot of information on the maintenance and reproduction of these two species, a boa and a python with almost identical looks and behaviour. The authors explain the difference in keeping both species and the problems that each species can present.
They deal with feeding, mating, incubation eggs of Morelia viridis, hatching and problems with rearing hatchlings.
As a keeper of both species I like this book a lot!
A monograph of the Colubird Snakes of the genus
Klaus-Dieter Schulz (1996)
This book was first published in 1996. Although many taxonomic changes have been taken place over the years within the Elaphe complex the book remains of importance due to the detailed descriptions of 40 species.
THE COMPLETE SUBOC
a comprehensive guide to the natural history, care, and breeding of the Trans-Pecos-Ratsnake
Dusty Rhoads (2008)
A popular written but nice to read book on Bogertophis subocularis