The “Grandfather Python” Morelia boeleni Ari R Flagle April 2012 Reptiles Magazine
Raising the Holy Grail (pdf)
“Ari R. Flagle and Erik Stoops introduce us to their thoughts on captive care and nurturing of neonate and juvenile M. Boeleni, the Boelen’s python.” Reptile Care Magazine, Vol. 4, Issue 1.
Serpents in the Clouds (pdf)
Ari R. Flagle in collaboration with Erik D. Stoops: “Boelen’s Python (Morelia boeleni) Research and Conservation Efforts.”
Flagle, Ari R. “Into the Heart of Papua Indonesia Filming Project Black Python.” Reptile Care Magazine (August 2006)
Flagle, Ari R. “Boelen’s Python Care.” Reptiles Magazine (December 2005)
Flagle, Ari R. “Project Black Python.” Reptile Care Magazine (November/December 2005)
Flagle, Ari R. “Breeders Choice: Boelen’s Pythons.” Reptiles Magazine (September 2005)
Flagle, Ari R. and Stoops, Eric D. Black Python: Morelia boeleni. Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Chimaira Buchhandelsgesellschaft mbH, 2009.
NARBC Arlington Texas “The Mysterious Boelen’s Python” Feb 11-12
Chicago Herpetological Society “Boelens pythons wild and captive research” Jan 25-12
IHS INTERNATIONAL HERPETOLOGICAL SYMPOSIUM 2011 Presenting “Thermal and Ultraviolet Basking Observation in M.boeleni
Arizona Herpetological Association: “Boelen’s Pythons,” 2007.
California Herpetological Society: “Captive Management and Natural History of the Boelen’s Python,” 2006.
Arizona Herpetological Association: “Project Black Python,” 2005.
Repticon Houston 2010 The Boelens python and New GuineaTags: boelen, captive care, captive management, new guinea, papua indonesia