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 139 - Spring 2017 Issue Number 139 - Spring 2017

pdf 01. Zoological Society of London: contributions towards advancing the field of herpetology through conservation, research, captive management and education.


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Benjamin Tapley, Jon Bielby, Monika Böhm , Lola Brookes, Tyrone capel, Joe Smiley Capon-Doyle, Shu Chen, Alex Cliffe, Lisa Clifforde, Olivia Couchman, Andrew A. Cunningham, Yedra Feltrer, Amanda Ferguson, Edmund Flach,Martin Franklin, Trenton W.J. Garner, Iri Gill, Claudia L. Gray, Rikki Gumbs, Amanda Guthrie, Jenny Jaffe, Stephanie Jayson, Luke Harding, Mike Hudson, Daniel Kane, Jo Korn, Becki lawson, Heather Macintosh, Nic Masters, thomas maunders,Fieke Molenaar, Christopher J Michaels, Trevor moxey, Cassandra Murray, Nisha Owen, Paul Pearce-Kelly, Matthew Rendle, Tony Sainsbury, Chris Segeant, Francesca Servini, Sophie Sparrow, Taina Strike, Sarah Thomas & Samuel Turvey.

pdf 02. Captive husbandry and breeding of Gonyosoma boulengeri


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Daniel Kane, Iri Gill, Luke Harding, Joe Capon, Martin Franklin, Francesca Servini, Benjamin Tapley & Christopher J. Michaels

pdf 03. Observed localities for three endangered, endemic Mexican ambystomatids (Ambystoma altamirani, A. leorae, and A. rivulare) from central Mexico


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Guillermo Woolrich-Piña, Geoffrey R. Smith, Julio A. Lemos-Espinal, Aline Berenice Estrella Zamora & Raymundo Montoya Ayala

pdf 05. Natural history observations of a dwarf ‘green’ gecko, Lygodactylus conraui in Rivers State (Southern Nigeria)


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Nioking Amadi, Godfrey C. Akani, Nwabueze Ebere, Gbeneme Asumene, Fabio petrozzi, Edem A. Eniang & Luca Luiselli

pdf 08. Teira dugesii (Sauria: Lacertidae) – high aggregation


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Saniel Koleska, Vladimir Vrabec & Martin Kulma

pdf 11. Predation of Feihyla hansenae (Hansen’s bush frog) eggs by a nursery web spider


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Sinlan Poo, Francesca T. Erickson, Sara A. Mason & Bradley D. Nissen

pdf 13. A case of xanthochromism in the common frog (Rana temporaria)


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Steven J. R. Allain & Mark J. Goodman

pdf 15. Anophthalmia in adults of two Amazonian treefrogs (Anura: Hylidae)


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Werther P. Ramalho, Fábio Maffei, Vinicius Guerra, Danyella P. Da Silva, Lucicléia R. A. De Matos And Lisandro J. S. Vieira

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