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.

 

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Folder Issue Number 115 – Spring 2011

Issue Number 115 – Spring 2011

pdf 06. Discovery of an extant population of the critically endangered treefrog Plectrohyla chrysopleura (Anura, Hylidae) in Refugio de Vida Silvestre Texiguat, Honduras

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Josiah H. Townsend, Larry David Wilson, Cesar A. Cerrato-M., Benjamin K. Atkinson, Luis A. Herrera-B. and Mayron M. Mejia

pdf 08. Natural History Notes

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  • Micrurus nigrocinctus (central American coral snake): Cannibalism
    Scott L. Travers, Stephen Doucette-Riise, Lenin A. Obando and Josiah H. Townsend
  • Bothrops moojeni (Brazilian lancehead): Mating.
    Rogério L. Zacariotti, Taís F. Zimak and Rodrigo del Rio do Valle
  • Paleosuchus trigonatus (smooth-fronted caiman): Diet and movement.
    Sérgio A.A. Morato, Victor B.G.V. Batista and Anderson Paz
  • Enyalius bibronii (NCN): Ectoparasitism
    Leonardo B. Ribeiro, Melissa Gogliath and Eliza M. Xavier Freire

pdf 09. Book Reviews

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  • Natural History of West Indian Reptiles and Amphibians by Robert W. Henderson and Robert Powell
    Gary Powell 
  • Handbook of Venoms and Toxins of Reptiles by Stephen P. Mackessy
    Nicholas Casewell
  • The Rise of Amphibians: 365 Million Years of Evolution by Robert Carroll
    Steven Piggott 

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