The Complete Carpet Python- written by Nick Mutton, Dr. Justin Julander with a special chapter on advanced reproduction by  Dr. Benson Morrill.
The Complete carpet python is the most comprehensive book covering the carpet python complex. It covers topics ranging from natural history, the evolution of the complex along with everything that you will need to know to keep and breed them in captivity. It also has a chapter on Morelia carinata- Rough scaled pythons. This book is an absolute must-have if you're interested in the carpet python complex.
This book is currently sold out from the publisher. You may find copies online. Check out this link
The authors are currently working on volume 2.

Pythons of the World Vol. 1, Australia- written by Dave and Tracy M. Barker
POTW vol.1 is one of my favorite books ever written on pythons by some of the most knowledgeable people in the reptile world. It covers all of the python species found in Australia.
This book covers all species of pythons found in Australia, including carpet pythons. This hard to find book may send you on a wild goose chase but is well worth it if you can find it.

Keeping and Breeding Australian Pythons

This book covers all of the different species of Australian pythons. It is filled with tons of keeping and breeding data. It is a must-have if you plan on breeding Australian pythons.
This book is also out of print.
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Carpet Pythons- written by Mark Mense

This is an overview of the carpet python complex, including rough scaled pythons. Originally, this book was published in German but it was re-released an English version in 2015. It is a great book that focuses in detail the keeping and breeding of carpet pythons.
Currently, it is out of print but you may find one from time to time.
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Nidovirus-Associated Proliferative
Pneumonia in the Green Tree Python

(Morelia viridis)
Eva Dervas,a Jussi Hepojoki,a,b Andrea Laimbacher,c Fernando Romero-Palomo,a
Christine Jelinek,a Saskia Keller,a Teemu Smura,b Satu Hepojoki,a Anja Kipar,a
Udo Hetzela
Institute of Veterinary Pathology, Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerlanda
; University of Helsinki, Medicum, Department of Virology, Helsinki, Finlandb; Institute of Virology, Vetsuisse Faculty,
University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerlandc
In 2014 we observed a noticeable increase in the number of sudden
deaths among green tree pythons (Morelia viridis). Pathological examination revealed
the accumulation of mucoid material within the airways and lungs in association
with enlargement of the entire lung. We performed a full necropsy and
histological examination on 12 affected green tree pythons from 7 different
breeders to characterize the pathogenesis of this mucinous pneumonia. By histology
we could show a marked hyperplasia of the airway epithelium and of
faveolar type II pneumocytes. Since routine microbiological tests failed to identify
a causative agent, we studied lung tissue samples from a few diseased
snakes by next-generation sequencing (NGS). From the NGS data we could assemble
a piece of RNA genome whose sequence was 85% identical to that of
nidoviruses previously identified in ball pythons and Indian pythons. We then
employed reverse transcription-PCR to demonstrate the presence of the novel nidovirus
in all diseased snakes. To attempt virus isolation, we established primary
cultures of Morelia viridis liver and brain cells, which we inoculated with homogenates
of lung tissue from infected individuals. Ultrastructural examination of
concentrated cell culture supernatants showed the presence of nidovirus particles,
and subsequent NGS analysis yielded the full genome of the novel virus
Morelia viridis nidovirus (MVNV). We then generated an antibody against MVNV
nucleoprotein, which we used alongside RNA in situ hybridization to demonstrate
viral antigen and RNA in the affected lungs. This suggests that in natural
infection MVNV damages the respiratory tract epithelium, which then results in
epithelial hyperplasia, most likely as an exaggerated regenerative attempt in association
with increased epithelial turnover.
The reproductive biology and mating system of diamond pythons, Morelia spilota (Serpentes: Boidae)
DJ Slip, R Shine - Herpetologica, 1988 

Observations of 18 radio-tracked snakes in the field, combined with dissection of museum 
specimens, provided data on the reproductive biology of eastern Australian diamond pythons 
(Morelia spilota). Both sexes mature at about 150 cm snout-vent length (SVL). Pelvic spurs ...


Propagating Carpet Pythons. By Will Bird
This is a general article about carpet pythons.