Book-length monographs, comprising taxonomic revisions, results of
symposia, and other major works. Pre-publication discount to Society
members. Missing volumes are out-of-print and no longer
available from the Society.
- Vol. 6. Snakes of the Agkistrodon Complex: A Monographic Review, by Howard K. Gloyd and Roger Conant. 1990. Comprehensive treatment of four genera: Agkistrodon (including Gloydius), Calloselasma, Deinagkistrodon, and Hypnale. Includes nine supplementary chapters by leading specialists. 620 p., 33 color plates (247 photographs of snakes and habitats), 20 uncolored plates, 60 text figures, keys, 6 charts, 28 maps. Clothbound $75.00. (Also: separate set of the 33 plates, in protective wrapper. $30.00)
- Vol. 11. Captive Management and Conservation of Amphibians and Reptiles, by James B. Murphy, Kraig Adler, and Joseph T. Collins (eds.). 1994. Includes chapters by 70 leading specialists. Foreword by Gerald Durrell. 408 p., 35 photographs, 1 color plate. Clothbound $58.00.
- Vol. 13. Gecko Fauna of the USSR and Contiguous Regions, by Nikolai N. Szczerbak and Michael L. Golubev. 1996. Covers the systematics, natural history, and conservation of the gecko fauna of the former Soviet Union and related species in surrounding regions from Mongolia through Pakistan, the Middle East, and northern Africa. 245 p., 24 colored and 60 black-and-white photographs, spot distribution maps, bibliography, index. Clothbound $48.00.
- Vol. 14. Biology of the Reptilia, vol. 19 (Morphology G), by Carl Gans and Abbot S. Gaunt (eds.). 1998. Chapters by 11 authors cover the major organs situated in the coelom: lungs, heart, liver, and spleen. 676 p., 145 figures, indices. Clothbound $58.00.
- Vol. 15. The Lizards of Iran, by Steven C. Anderson. 1999. Comprehensive summary, including systematics, natural history, and distribution. 450 p., 103 maps, 190 color photographs of lizards and habitats. Clothbound $65.00.
- Vol. 17. The Herpetofauna of New Caledonia, by Aaron M. Bauer and Ross A. Sadlier. French translations by Ivan Ineich. 2000. 322 p., 47 maps, 63 figures, 189 color photographs of animals and habitats. Clothbound $60.00.
- Vol. 18. The Hylid Frogs of Middle America, expanded edition, by William E. Duellman. 2001. Review of the 165 hylid species from México through Panamá, with paintings by David M. Dennis. Foreword by David B. Wake. 1180 p., 443 figures and maps, 94 plates (46 in color). Clothbound in 2 volumes $125.00. (Also: separate set of the 46 color plates, in protective wrapper $45.00. Some of the original watercolor drawings by Mr. Dennis are available for sale. A pricelist may be obtained on request to the Publications Secretary.)
- Vol. 19. The Amphibians of Honduras, by James R. McCranie and Larry David Wilson. 2002. Comprehensive summary of 116 species, including systematics, natural history, and distribution. Foreword by Jay M. Savage. 635 p., 126 figures, 33 tables, 154 color photographs of animals and habitats. Clothbound $60.00.
- Vol. 20. Islands and the Sea. Essays on Herpetological Exploration in the West Indies, by Robert W. Henderson and Robert Powell (eds.). 2003. Personal recollections of field experiences by 31 scientists who are or were active in the West Indies. 312 p., 316 photographs, 14 maps, indices. Clothbound $48.00.
- Vol. 21. Contributions to the History of Herpetology, volume 2, by Kraig Adler, John S. Applegarth, and Ronald Altig. 2007. Biographies of 285 leading herpetologists (with portraits and signatures), index to 3604 authors in taxonomic herpetology, and academic lineages of 3810 herpetologists. Worldwide coverage. 396 p., 269 portra
- Vol. 22. The Lives of Captive Reptiles, by Hans-Günter Petzold. 2008. A synthesis of information on captive and wild reptiles (and selected amphibians) covering their physiology, behavior, and reproductive biology. Of value to academics, zoo personnel, veterinarians, terrarists, and conservationists interested in the maintenance, reproduction, and observation of reptiles in captivity. 308 p., 63 photographs (57 in color), index. Hardbound $55.00.
- Vol. 23. Biology of the Reptilia, vol. 20 (Morphology H), by Carl Gans, Abbot S. Gaunt, and Kraig Adler (eds.). 2008. Chapters by three authors cover the skull of the Lepidosauria (lizards, snakes, and tuatara). 770 p., 214 figures, indices. Clothbound, $70.00.
- Vol. 24. Biology of the Reptilia, vol. 21 (Morphology I), by Carl Gans, Abbot S. Gaunt, and Kraig Adler (eds.). 2008. Chapters by five authors cover the skull and appendicular locomotor apparatus of the Lepidosauria (lizards, snakes, tuatara, and amphisbaenians). 792 p., 151 figures, indices. Clothbound, $70.00.