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 119 – Spring 2012 Issue Number 119 – Spring 2012

pdf 04. A survey of herpetofauna on Long Island, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India


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S. Harikrishnan, S.R. Chandramouli and Karthikeyan Vasudevan

pdf 06. Natural History Notes


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  • Crotalus durissus (neotropical rattlesnake): Reproduction
    Jessyca Michele Citadini, Veronica Alberto Barros, Giuseppe Puorto and Selma Maria de Almeida Santos
  • Dipsas articulata (Central American snail-eater): Maximum size
    Alex Figueroa and Todd R. Lewis
  • Pelophylax lessonae (pool frog): Predation by Eurasian otter Lutra lutra
    Dan Forman, Chris Gleed-Owen and John Baker
  • Pseudemys concinna (river cooter): UK alien species
    John Smith-Baxter and Roger Meek
  • Rana sylvatica (wood frog): Larval duration
    Lindsey Swierk
  • Rhinella granulosa and Physalaemus kroyeri: Invertebrate Dytiscid predators
    Juliana Zina, Michely Galy, Arheta Almeida and Cesar João Benetti

pdf 07. Book Reviews


Open Access

  • Hunters in the Trees: A Natural History of Arboreal Snakes by Richard A. Sajdak
    Gary Powell
  • Venomous Snakes of Europe, Northern, Central and Western Asia by Patrick David and Gernot Vogel
    Roland Griffin

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