Volume 2, Issue 2 (September 2007)

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    Editorial

     

    Herpetological Conservation and Biology: A Successful First Year.

    Raymond A. Saumure

     

     

Research Articles

 

Amphibians and Reptiles of the LacTélé Community Reserve, Likouala Region, Republic of Congo (Brazzaville).
[Photo Gallery]

Kate Jackson, Ange-Ghislain Zassi-Boulou, Lis-Bethy Mavoungou, and Serge Pangou


The First Comprehensive Survey of Amphibians and Reptiles at Montagne des Francais, Madagascar.  [Photo Gallery]

Neil D'Cruze, Jeremy Sabel, Katie Green, Jeffrey Dawson, Carlie Gardner, Janine Robinson, Georgina Starkie, Miguel
Vences, and Frank Glaw


Estimates of Realized Survival for Juvenile Loggerhead Sea Turtles (Caretta caretta) in the United States.

Joanne Braun-McNeill, Christopher R. Sasso, and Larisa Avens


Subterranean Reproduction of the Southern Two-lined Salamander (Eurycea cirrigera) from Short Mountain, Tennessee.

Matthew L. Niemiller and Brian T. Miller

 

Use of Arboreal Nests of Tree Voles (Arborimus spp.) by Amphibians.

Eric D. Forsman and James K. Swingle

 

Use of FETAX to Examine Acute Survival of Xenopus laevis Larvae in Water from Natural and Constructed Ponds
in the Upper Midwest.

Joshua M. Kapfer, Mark B. Sandheinrich, and Melinda G. Knutson

 

Northwestern Salamander (Ambystoma gracile) Oviposition Sites and Hatching Success in the Cascade Mountains
of Southern Washington
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James G. MacCracken


Effects of Prescribed Fire on the Herpetofauna of a Southern Mississippi Pine Savanna.

Gabriel J. Langford, Joel A. Borden, C. Smoot Major, and David H. Nelson

 

Seasonal Variation in the Diet of the Fan-throated Lizard, Sitana ponticeriana (Sauria: Agamidae).

Arttatrana Pal, Mitali Madhusmita, Swain, and Swapnananda Rath

 

Green Iguanas (Iguana iguana): The Unintended Consequence of Sound Wildlife Management Practices
in a South Florida Park
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Walter E. Meshaka, Jr., Henry T. Smith, Elizabeth Golden, Jon A. Moore, Stephanie Fitchett, Ernest M. Cowen,
Richard M. Engeman, Stacey R. Sekscienski, and Heather L. Cress

 

 

Techniques

New Developments in Snake Barrier Technology: Fly-ash Covered Wall Offers a Feasible Alternative for Permanent
Barriers to Brown Treesnakes (Boiga irregularis)
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Gordon H. Rodda, Jennifer L. Farley, Richard Bischof, and Robert N. Reed

A Simple, Inexpensive Method to Capture Arboreal Lizards.

Alison M. Hamilton, Elaine R. Klein, Mallory E. Eckstut, and Emily E. Hartfield

 


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