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 11, Issue 2 (August 2016)
- Observations on Population Ecology and Abundance of the Oaxaca Mud Turtle
- Natural History and Conservation of Haly's Tree Skink of Sri Lanka
- A Description of a Tadpole from South Assam, India
- Synchrony of Ecdysis in Snakes
- Amphibian Species and Priorities for Conservation in Southeastern Brazil
- Conservation of Threatened Pine Snakes in New Jersey Pine Barrens, USA.
- Natural History of the Valley and Ridge Salamander
- Role of Temperature on Survival and Growth of the Barton Springs Salamander
- Sources of Mortality in the Endangered Eastern Massasauga in Illinois
- European Plethodontid Salamanders Abundance is Related to Environment
- Diet Composition of the Subdesert Toad in Sudan, North Africa
- Novel Transport System for Hellbender Salamanders
- Freshwater Turtle Community at Blue Spring State Park, Florida, USA.
- Southeast Trends in Anuran Occupancy from Calling Survey Data (2001–2013)