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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Selected Readings." National Research Council. 1983. Crocodiles as a Resource for the Tropics. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18531.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Selected Readings." National Research Council. 1983. Crocodiles as a Resource for the Tropics. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18531.
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Appendix w Selected Readings General information on the management and status of crocodiles can be found in the following: lUCN/Crocodile Specialist Group Newsletter. Available from the editors, Peter Brazaitis and Myrna Watanabe, c/o New York Zoological Park, Bronx Zoo, The Bronx, New York 10460, USA. A Field Guide of Captive Rearing and Management of Crocodiles in India is available from Mr. R. K. Rao, Director, Central Crocodile Breeding and Management Training Insti- tute (Government of India), Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. Blake, D. K. 1974. The rearing of crocodiles for commercial and conservation purposes in Rhodesia. The Rhodesia Science News 8(10):315-324. Blake, D. K., and J. P. Loveridge. 1975. The role of commercial crocodile farming in croc- odile conservation. Biological Conservation 8(4): 261-272. Bolton, M. 1981. Crocodile Husbandry in Papua New Guinea. Field Document 4. FO: DP/ PNG/74/029. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy. 103 pp. Bolton, M., and M. Laufa. 1982. The crocodile project in Papua New Guinea. Biological Conservation 22:169-179. Brazaitis, P. (In press) Problems in the Identification of Commercial Crocodilian Hides and the Effect on Law Enforcement. Proceedings of the 1UCN Crocodile Specialist Group meeting in Zimbabwe September-October, 1982. International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, Gland, Switzerland. Brazaitis, P. 1973. The identification of living crocodiles. Zoologica 58(3-4):59-101. Cott, H. B. 1954. Ecology and economic status of the crocodile in Uganda. Record of the Symposium on African Hydrobiology and Inland Fisheries, Committee on Technical Cooperation for Africa South of the Sahara 6:119-122. Cott, H. B. 1961. Scientific results of an inquiry into the ecology and economic status of the Nile crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus) in Uganda and Northern Rhodesia. Transac- tions of the Zoological Society of London 29(4):211-337. Downes, M. C. 1978. An explanation of the National Policy for the Crocodile Programme. Wildlife Division, Department of Lands, Surveys and Environment, Konedobu, Papua New Guinea. Fuchs, K., nd. Die Krokodilhaut. Eduard Roether Verlag Darmstadt, Frankfurt, West Ger- many. Graham, A., 1981. Mapping the pattern of crocodile nesting activity in Papua New Guinea. Field Document No. 3, FO: DP/PNG/74/029. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy. 50 pp. Joanen, T., and L. McNease. 1975. Notes on the Reproductive Biology and Captive Prop- agation of the American Alligator. Proceedings of the 29th Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Game and Fish Commissioners 29:407-415. 43

44 CROCODILES AS A RESOURCE FOR THE TROPICS Joanen, T., and L. McNease. 1979. Culture of the American alligator. International Zoo Yearbook 19:61-66. King, F. W., and P. Brazaitis. 1971. Species identification of commercial crocodile skins. Zoologica 56(2): 15-72. Loveridge, J. P. ed. 1982. The Zimbabwe Science News 16(9): 196-219. Causeway, Zim- babwe. (Contains five articles on crocodilian research and conservation; from Zim- babwe, Australia, the United States, and India.) Millichamp, N. J. 1980. Medical aspects of disease in reptile collections. In The Care and Breeding of Captive Reptiles, The British Herpetological Society, London, England. Parker, F. 1981. New Crocodile Laws for Papua New Guinea. Division of Wildlife, De- partment of Lands and Environment, Konedohu, Papua New Guinea. 50 pp. Pooley, A. C. 1969. Some observations on the rearing of crocodiles. Lammergeyer 10:45-59. Pooley, A. C. 1971. Crocodile rearing and restocking. Pp. 104-130 in Crocodiles, IUCN Publications New Series Supplementary Paper 32. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, 1110 Gland, Switzerland. Pooley, A. C. 1973. Conservation and Management of Crocodiles in Africa. Journal of the South African Wildlife Management Association 3(2): 101-103. Pooley, A. C. 1977. A report on Crocodile Farming. Papua New Guinea. Wildlife leaflet No. 77/27. pp. 1-14. Pooley, A. C. 1981. Disappearing African Crocodiles. Oryx 16(1):38-40. Pooley, A. C. (In press). The status of crocodiles in Africa. Paper Presented at 5th Meet- ing, IUCN Survival Service Commission's Crocodile Specialist Group. Gainesville, Florida, USA. September 1980. Pooley, A. C., andC. Cans. 1976. The Nile crocodile. Scientific American 234(4): 114-124. Wallis, B. E. 1980. Market prospects for reptile leathers. Report number ITC/D1P/12, In- ternational Trade Commission, Geneva, Switzerland. 50 pp. Wermuth, Von H., and K. Fuchs. 1978. Bestimmen von Krokodilen und ihrer Haute. Gustav Fischer Verlag, Stuttgart, New York. Whitaker, R. 1982. Export prospects from commercial crocodile farms in Bangledesh. ITC/UNCTAD, Geneva, Switzerland. 47 pp. Whitaker, R., and M. Kemp. 1981. The crocodile industry in Papua New Guinea: Com- mercial Aspects. Field Document No. 2. FO:DP/PNG/74/029. Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy. 35 pp.

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