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The Herpetological Journal is an international scientific journal that publishes papers on the natural history of amphibians and reptiles. Experimental, observational and theoretical studies are published along with reviews and book reviews. Faunistic lists, letters and results of general surveys are not published unless they shed light on herpetological problems of wider significance.

Publisher: British Herpetological Society

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Volume 19, Number 3, July 2009

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Reproductive biology of the Brazilian sibilator frog Leptodactylus troglodytes
pp. 119-126(8)
Authors: de C. Kokubum, Marcelo N.; Maciel, Natan M.; Matsushita, Rubens H.; de Queiróz-Júnior, Armando T.; Sebben, Antonio

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Selected body temperature, metabolic rate and activity pattern of the Australian fossorial skink, Saiphos equalis
pp. 127-133(7)
Authors: Wu, Qiong; Parker, Scott L.; Thompson, Michael B.

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Structural changes in olive ridley turtle eggshells during embryonic development
pp. 143-149(7)
Authors: Sahoo, Gunanidhi; Mohapatra, Birendra K.; Dutta, Sushil K.

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