The Journal of Herpetology accepts manuscripts on the biology of amphibians and reptiles, with emphasis on behavior, biochemistry, conservation, ecology, evolution, morphology, physiology, and systematics. Papers on captive breeding, new techniques or sampling methods, limited natural history observations (i.e., isolated behavioral or morphological descriptions that are not placed in a broader ecological or comparative context), geographic range extensions, and essays are generally not suitable. Consult the Editor prior to submitting a paper if you have doubts as to its suitability.
Many native species have vanished from tropical islands because of human impact, but University of Florida scientists have discovered how fossils can be used to restore lost biodiversity.
New scientific studies reveal Midwestern frogs decline, mammal populations altered by invasive plant
Researchers at Lincoln Park Zoo and Northern Illinois University have discovered a new culprit contributing to amphibian decline and altered mammal distribution throughout the Midwest region – the invasive plant European ...