Herpetological Conservation and Biology
Herpetological Conservation and Biology is an open-access international journal that publishes original peer-reviewed research, reviews, and perspectives on the ecology, natural history, management, and conservation biology of amphibians and reptiles.
Volume 9, Issue 3 (December 2014)
From Vietnamese skinks, Monitors in Nepal, and a Malagasy Snake to cave salamanders, sea turtle egg fungi, and frog tagging techniques.
From Tuatara thermoregulation, rattlesnake relocation, and the effects of volcanic ash with research from Australia, India, and Ireland.
From the effects of droughts, tornadoes, and prescribed fires to herpetofaunal hunting in Brazil and the implications of cryopresevation.