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    Polychrus marmoratus

    Photograph: Common Monkey Lizard (Polychrus marmoratus).
    Permission kindly granted by Ryan L. Lynch/The Biodiversity Group.

    2017 ISSUES

    ANGOLA AND AFRICA (CONTINUED)—Volume 11, Number 1

    BIOBANKING AMPHIBIANS—Volume 11, Number 2

      ARC Angola and Africa Continued Issue 2017

      ARC Biobanking Amphibians Issue



    Cryptic multicolored lizards in the Polychrus marmoratus Group (Squamata: Sauria: Polychrotidae) and the status of Leiolepis auduboni Hallowell

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    2016 PUBLISHED


    A survey of amphibians and reptiles in the foothills of Mount Kupe, Cameroon

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    New records, range extension and call description for the streambreeding frog Hyloscirtus lascinius (Rivero, 1970) in Venezuela

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    A record of the Balkan Stripe-necked Terrapin, Mauremys rivulata (Testudines: Geomydidae) from the Azov Sea Coast in Crimea

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    Preface: Amphibian & Reptile Conservation Special Angola and Africa Issue

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    The herpetofauna of the Cubango, Cuito, and lower Cuando river catchments of south-eastern Angola

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    Senegal Flapshell Turtle (Cyclanorbis senegalensis) in Ethiopia (Testudines: Trionychidae)

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    First population assessment of the endemic insular Psychedelic Rock Gecko (Cnemaspis psychedelica) in southern Vietnam with implications for conservation

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    Notes on natural history and call description of the Critically Endangered Plectrohyla avia (Anura: Hylidae) from Chiapas, Mexico

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    The first female specimen of the poorly known Arfak Stout-tailed Snake, Calamophis sharonbrooksae Murphy, 2012 (Serpentes: Colubroidea: Homalopsidae), from the Vogelkop Peninsula of Indonesian West New Guinea, with comments on the taxonomic history of primitive homalopsids

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    A new species of Andean microteiid lizard (Gymnophthalmidae: Cercosaurinae: Pholidobolus) from Peru, with comments on P. vertebralis

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    First population assessment of two cryptic Tiger Geckos (Goniurosaurus) from northern Vietnam: Implications for conservation

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    A new case of facultative paedomorphosis in Smooth Newts, Lissotriton vulgaris (Caudata: Salamandridae), in Turkey

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    New distributional records of the Amazon River Frog Lithobates palmipes (Spix, 1824) in Peru

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    New records of the Critically Endangered frog Pristimantis pardalinus (Craugastoridae) in the eastern Andean slopes of central Peru

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    Tadpoles, froglets, and conservation: A discussion of basic principles of rearing and release procedures

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    On the distribution and conservation of two "Lost World" tepui summit endemic frogs, Stefania ginesi Rivero, 1968 and S. satelles Senñaris, Ayarzagüena, and Gorzula, 1997

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    Epidemiological surveillance and amphibian assemblage status at the Estación Experimental de San Lorenzo, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia

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    Confirming the presence of Clelia equatoriana Amaral, 1924 (Squamata: Dipsadidae) in Peru

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    Monitoring a population of Cruziohyla craspedopus (Funkhouser, 1957) using an artificial breeding habitat

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