Today is the day! The newest issue of Herpetological Journal has just been published. Stay tuned to find out about the articles appearing in this quarters issue, including articles on genetics, thermoregulation, conservation, survey methods and much more.
Do you want to know how lizards cope in agricultural areas? Check out the new paper by Biaggini & Corti, titled "Occurrence of lizards in agricultural land and implications for conservation". The article is available from https://t.co/7YFcSJTIZp
Just published: Michaels et al. (2021) The effects of two calcium supplementation regimens on growth and health traits of juvenile mountain chicken frogs (Leptodactylus fallax). Available as Open Access from https://t.co/ro1V90j57D
Do you want to know how mosquitofish impact frogs? Check out the newly published paper by Smith & Rettig, titled "Influence of the presence of invasive mosquitofish and submerged vegetation on oviposition site selection by gray treefrogs (Hyla versicolor)" https://t.co/oeEaNtu6q5
In the most recent issue of Herpetological Journal: Anđelković, Nikolić & Tomović, discuss "Reproductive characteristics, diet composition and fat reserves of nose-horned vipers (Vipera ammodytes)". Article is available from https://t.co/DDAhkrtBD2
A very useful article for UK ecologists has just been published by Buxton, Tracey & Downs, titled "How reliable is the habitat suitability index as a predictor of great crested newt presence or absence?" The article is Open Access and available from https://t.co/s9TRt8lATP
Just published: Tóth, Mihók & Nemesházi (2021) Genetic differentiation over a small spatial scale in the smooth newt (Lissotriton vulgaris). The article is available from https://t.co/obxSb26EsV