Additional Reading

Cogger, H. G. (2000). 'Reptiles and Amphibians of Australia.' 6th edn. (Reed New Holland: Sydney.) [Contains coloured photographs, diagrams showing names of scales and scale patterns used in key, and keys for all Australian species.]

Dunson, W. A. (Ed.) (1975). 'The Biology of Sea Snakes.' (University Park Press: Baltimore.) [This book contains chapters by Dunson, Heatwole, and Limpus dealing with the sea snake fauna of different geographic regions within Australia.]

Heatwole, H. (1997). Marine snakes: are they are a sustainable resource? Wildlife Society Bulletin 25, 766-722.

Heatwole, H. (1999). 'Sea Snakes.' (University of New South Wales Press: Sydney.)

Heatwole, H., and Cogger, H. (1994). 'Sea snakes of Australia.' In 'Sea Snake Toxicology'. Chapter 5. (Ed. P. Gopalakrishnakone.) pp. 167-205. (Singapore University Press: Singapore.) [This chapter contains keys to all sea snakes that occur in Australia.]

Lukoschek, V., Heatwole, H., Grech, A., Burns, G., and Marsh, H. (2007). Distribution of two species of marine snakes, Aipysurus laevis and Emydocephalus annulatus, in the southern Great Barrier Reef: metapopulation dynamics, marine protected areas and conservation. Coral Reefs 26, 291-307.

Lutz, P. L., and Musick, J. A. (Eds.) (1996). 'The Biology of Sea Turtles.' (CRC Press: Boca Raton.)

Lutz, P. L, Musick, J. A., and Wyneken, J. (Eds) (2003). 'The Biology of Sea Turtles. Vol. II.' (CRC Press: Boca Raton.)

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