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  • Boulenger, G.A. 1893. Catalogue of the snakes in the British Museum (Nat. Hist.) I. London (Taylor & Francis), 448 pp.
  • Cogger, H. 1983. Reptiles and Amphibians of Australia. Sanibel, Florida: Ralph Curtis Books.
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  • Kivit, R. & Wiseman, S. 2000. The Green Tree Python & Emerald Tree Boa. Kirschner und Seufer Verlag, Keltern-Weiler, 126 pp.
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  • McDowell, S. 1975. A Catalogue of the Snakes of New Guinea and the Solomons, with Special Reference to Those in the Bernice P. Bishop Museum. Part II. Anilioidea and Pythoninae. Journal of Herpetology, 9/1: 1-79.
  • Meyer,A.B. 1874. [Eine Mittheilung von Hrn. Dr. Adolf Meyer] über die von ihm auf Neu-Guinea und den Inseln Jobi, Mysore und Mafoor im Jahre 1873 gesammelten Amphibien. Monatsber. K. Preuss. Akad. Wiss. Berlin 1874: 128-140.
  • O'Shea, M. 2007. Boas and Pythons of the World. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.
  • Rawlings, L., S. Donnellan. 2003. Phylogeographic analysis of the green python, Morelia viridis, reveals cryptic diversity. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 27: 36-44.
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  • Ross, R., G. Marzec. 1990. The Reproductive Husbandry of Pythons and Boas. Des Moines, Iowa: Garner Printing, Inc..
  • Sauvage, H. E.,. 1878. Eassai sur la faune herpetologique de la Nouvelle-Guinee, suivi de la description de quelques especes nouvelles ou peu connues. Bulletin des Sciences, par la Sociétè Philomathique de Paris 2: 25-44.
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  • Switak, Karl H. 1995. The emerald serpents of New Guinea (Part 1). Reptiles 2 (6): 76-99.
  • Switak, Karl H. 1996. Die Lebensgewohnheiten des Grünen Baumpythons. TI Magazin (129): 48-51.
  • Switak, Karl H. 2006. Adventures in Green Python Country. Natur und Tier Verlag (Münster), 364 pp.
  • Torr, G. 2000. Pythons of Australia: A Natural History. Malabar, Florida: Krieger Publishing Company.
  • Weier, M. 2005. Naturbrut mit 100 Prozent Schlupfrate bei Morelia viridis (SCHLEGEL 1872). Elaphe 13 (1): 31-40.
  • Wilson, D. 2006. On green tree pythons: The ecology and conservation of Morelia viridis - PhD Thesis. Austrailian National University, 1: 1-127.
  • Wilson, D. 2007. Foraging ecology and diet of an ambush predator: the green python Morelia viridis. Pp. 141-150 in R Henderson, R Powell, eds. Biology of the Boas and Pythons. Eagle Mountain, Utah: Eagle Mountain Publishing.
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  • Wilson, D., R. Heinsohn, J. Wood. 2006. Life-history traits and ontogenetic colour change in an arboreal tropical python, Morelia viridis. Journal of Zoology, 270: 399–407.
  • Wilson, D., R. Heinsohn, S. Legge. 2006. Age- and sex-related differences in the spatial ecology of a dichromatic tropical python (Morelia viridis). Australian Ecology, 31: 577-587.
  • Wilson, D., R. Heinsohn. 2007. Geographic range, population structure and conservation status of the green python (Morelia viridis), a popular snake in the captive pet trade. Australian Journal of Zoology, 55: 147-154.
  • Wilson, D.; R. Heinsohn1 & J. Wood. 2006. Life-history traits and ontogenetic colour change in an arboreal tropical python, Morelia viridis. Journal of Zoology 270: 399–407.
  • Wilson, David; Heinsohn, Robert. 2007. Geographic range, population structure and conservation status of the green python (Morelia viridis), a popular snake in the captive pet trade. Australian Journal of Zoology 55(3):147-154.
  • Winchell, S. 2009. Pythons Australiens. Reptilia (Münster) 14 (5): 16-27.
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