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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 20, Number 1, January 2010
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Julia Wycherley


pp. 1-1(1)
Author: Beebee, Trevor


Divergence with gene flow – the amphibian perspective
pp. 7-15(9)
Author: Nadachowska, Krystyna


Gillnet fishery – loggerhead turtle interactions in the Gulf of Gabes, Tunisia
pp. 25-30(6)
Authors: Echwikhi, Khaled; Jribi, Imed; Bradai, Mohamed Nejmeddine; Bouain, Abderrahmen


Reproductive and feeding biology of the pitviper Rhinocerophis alternatus from subtropical Brazil
pp. 31-39(9)
Authors: Nunes, Simone de Fátima; Kaefer, Igor Luis; Leite, Pedro Terra; Cechin, Sonia Zanini


Geographic patterns of morphological variation in the lizard Podarcis carbonelli, a species with fragmented distribution
pp. 41-50(10)
Authors: Kaliontzopoulou, Antigoni; Carretero, Miguel A.; Sillero, Neftalí


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