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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 21, Number 2, April 2011

Two new plant-breeding frog species (Anura: Mantellidae, Guibemantis) from southeastern Madagascar
pp. 95-112(18)
Authors: Lehtinen, Richard M.; Glaw, Frank; Vences, Miguel


Between-population variation in body size and growth rate of hatchling Asian yellow pond turtles, Mauremys mutica
pp. 113-116(4)
Authors: Chen, Ye; Zhao, Bo; Sun, Bao-Jun; Wang, Yong; Du, Wei-Guo


Trade-offs between reproductive coloration and innate immunity in a natural population of female sagebrush lizards, Sceloporus graciosus
pp. 131-134(4)
Authors: Ruiz, Mayté; Wang, Danfeng; Reinke, Beth A.; Demas, Gregory E.; Martins, Emília P.


Reproductive ecology of the stream-dwelling frog Feirana taihangnicus in central China
pp. 135-140(6)
Authors: Chen, Xiao Hong; Yang, Jie; Qiao, Liang; Zhang, Li Xia; Lu, Xin


Sex recognition and mate choice in male Rana kukunoris
pp. 141-144(4)
Authors: Chen, Wei; Lu, Xin


Skeletochronology of phalanges underestimates the true age of long-lived Alpine newts (Ichthyosaura alpestris)
pp. 145-148(4)
Authors: Wagner, Alexander; Schabetsberger, Robert; Sztatecsny, Marc; Kaiser, Roland


Age and body size of Rana kukunoris, a high-elevation frog native to the Tibetan plateau
pp. 149-151(3)
Authors: Chen, Wei; Yu, Tong Lei; Lu, Xin


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