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Amphibian & Reptile Conservation has published a paper, July 16th, featured in The Revelator (an initiative of the Center for Biological Diversity) titled: The Long-lost Frogs Found in a Remote Ecuadorian Reserve — and the Threat That Could Wipe Them All Out.

Iris variation in Nymphargus balionotus
Fig 5. Iris variation in Nymphargus balionotus. Photos by Jaime Culebras (A–C) and Scott Trageser (D).

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

2022 ISSUES (VOLUME 16)

NO. 1—ISSUE 1

NO. 2—ISSUE 2

    ARC 31 Issue 1

    ARC 32 Issue 2


2022 NEWLY PUBLISHED

Thermal ecology of the Pygmy Alligator Lizard, Gerrhonotus parvus Knight and Scudday, 1985 (Squamata: Anguidae), in Nuevo Léon, Mexico

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The anuran fauna in a protected West African rainforest and surrounding agricultural systems

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