The British Herpetological Society

The Herpetological Bulletin is a quarterly publication in English. It includes full-length papers, natural history notes, book reviews, and other items of general herpetological interest. Emphasis is placed on natural history and conservation as well as captive care that includes breeding, husbandry, veterinary, and behavioural aspects.

Issue Number 118 – Winter 2011 Issue Number 118 – Winter 2011

pdf 02. Amazonian frog diversity and microhabitat use


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Katy Upton, Janna Steadman, Donna Popplewell, Isabel Rogers and Abigail Wills

pdf 06. Natural History Notes


Open Access

  • Corallus hortulanus (Amazon tree boa) and Leptodeira annulata (banded cat-eyed snake): Habitat
    Caio A. Figueiredo-de-Andrade, Carlos Henrique de Oliveira Nogueira and Carlos Alberto Pereira Junior
  • Coronella austriaca Laurenti (smooth snake): Gravid overwintering
    Will Atkins
  • Colobdactylus dalcyanus (NCN): Reproduction
    Pedro H. Bernado, Ricardo A. Guerra-Fuentes and Hussam Zaher
  • Odontophrynus carvalhoi (Carvalho's escuerzo): Malformation
    Lucas Brito, Felipe Aguiar and Paulo Cascon
  • Rhinella jimi (cururu toad): Predation
    Arielson Dos Santos Protazio, Sonia A.M. Carvalho, Daniel Oliveira Mesquita and Airan Dos Santos Protazio
  • Oxybelis fulgidus (green vine snake): Diet
    Alex Figueroa and Emmanuel Rojas Valerio

pdf 07. Book Reviews


Open Access

  • The Amphibians and Reptiles of Cusuco National Park Honduras by Josiah H. Townsend and Larry David Wilson
    Roland Griffin
  • The Snakes of Honduras – Systematics, Distribution, and Conservation by James R. McCranie
    Roland Griffin

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