The British Herpetological Society

 

The Herpetological Bulletin

The Herpetological Bulletin is produced quarterly and publishes, in English, a range of articles related to herpetology. These include full length papers, book reviews, letters from readers, society news and other items of general herpetological interest. Emphasis is placed on natural history, captive breeding and husbandry, veterinary and behavioural articles.

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Folder Issue Number 105 – Autumn 2008

pdf 01. Amphibians and reptiles of the Suez Canal University campuses, Egypt

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Adel A. Ibrahim

pdf 02. Crotalus aquilus in the Mexican state of México consumes a diverse summer diet

1788 downloads

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EstrellaMociño-Deloya, Kirk Setser, Suzanne C. Peurach, and JesseM.Meik

pdf 03. Effect of timing of egg collection on growth in hatchling and juvenile American alligators

1577 downloads

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R. M. Elsey and P. L. Trosclair, III

pdf 04. Data on the distribution of amphibians and reptiles from North andWestAfrica, with emphasis on Acanthodactylus lizards and the Sahara Desert

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José C. Brito, Hugo Rebelo, Pierre-André Crochet, and Philippe Geniez

pdf 05. Conservation status of the St Paul’s Island wall lizard (Podarcis filfolensis kieselbachi)

1559 downloads

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Arnold Sciberras and Patrick J. Schembri

pdf 06. Seasonal activity and reproductive characteristics of an oldfield-grassland snake assemblage: Implications for land management

1621 downloads

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Walter E. Meshaka, Jr., Samuel D. Marshall, and Timothy J. Guiher

pdf Atlas des Reptiles du Cameroun, by Laurent Chirio and Matthew Lebreton

1539 downloads

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Barry Hughes

pdf Issue Number 105 – Autumn 2008 (Full Issue)

2492 downloads

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pdf Natural History Notes

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Chironius exoletus (Common whipsnake): prey and possible diet convergence
Murilo Guimarães Rodrigues

Crotalus triseriatus (Dusky rattlesnake): body temperature
Uri Omar García-Vázquez and M. Anahí Güizado-Rodríguez