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Publication of the Societas Europaea Herpetologica
Amphibia-Reptilia is a leading European multi-disciplinary journal devoted to most of the aspects of herpetology: ecology, behaviour, evolution, conservation, physiology, morphology, paleontology, genetics, and systematics.

Amphibia-Reptilia publishes high quality original papers, short-notes, reviews, book reviews and news of the Societas Europaea Herpetologica (SEH). The Societas Europaea Herpteologica (SEH) website is located at: www.seh-herpetology.org.

2018 Impact Factor: 0.943
5 Year Impact Factor 1.393

Online submission: Articles for publication in Amphibia-Reptilia can be submitted online through Editorial Manager, please click here. As of July 1st 2017, full colour images and figures are published free of charge.

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SEH-News First South American Congress of Herpetology The first South American Congress of Herpetology is scheduled for 21-24 September 1987 in Tucumán, Argentina, under the sponsorship of the Asociación Herpetologica Argentina - PNHERP CONICET. Sessions will include invited presentations, con

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The Brill series Emergence of Natural History (ENH) features books that examine the historic attitude of humans towards nature as an object of study, and the development of the field of knowledge we now know as natural history. Observing, collecting and explaining the diversity of nature has been important throughout history. This series addresses the many faces of natural history from the classical age up to the early nineteenth century. It is particularly designed to include volumes on the lives, work and networks of people whose contributions have proven foundational, but who have been overshadowed by more well-known figures such as Linnaeus and Darwin. Volumes encompass the global and cultural history of natural history, explore the role played by practitioners such as traveling naturalists, collectors, artists, and bring attention to indigenous, visual, and manuscript sources.

Books may be scholarly monographs or edited works, but we also welcome well-researched exhibition catalogues or primary source editions with comprehensive introductions. Contributions that address underexplored figures, themes, and (visual) sources from an interdisciplinary and historical perspective are particularly encouraged.

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Applied Herpetology Applied herpetology may be broadly deŽ ned as the interaction between humans and amphibians and/or reptiles. The subject includes both the utilisation of amphibians and reptiles, and the effects of human activities on individuals, populations and communities. It is likely to

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Author: Guy Sion

a title. The book delivers more than what the title promises and has a double message: informing about an area’s reptiles, and demonstrating how to inform about animals. It warrants thorough review. This is not a field guide. It is a general herpetology book and a scholarly book on Israeli reptiles

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Editorial Forensic Science and Herpetology This volume is the first of two issues of Applied Herpetology that deal with the subject of forensic science and its application to the vertebrate Classes Reptilia and Amphibia. So what is “forensics” and why is it relevant to herpetology? The

In: Applied Herpetology
Author: Michael Tyler

Applied Herpetology 6 (2009) 99–100 www.brill.nl/ah Lillywhite, H.B. (2008): Dictionary of Herpetology . Krieger Publishing Company, Melbourne, FL, USA. 384 pp., ISBN 1-57524-023-8, US $112.50 (hard cover) The compilation of a herpetological dictionary must be one of the most difficult tasks

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