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  1. Lizards
    ..is no longer recognised, apparently.... Mampam Conservation - Nile monitor taxonomy 2015
  2. Snakes
    Hi - bought a female carpet python from Doncaster last week, had wanted to put some pics on here to see how people would best describe her colouring but it wont let me attach any pics - am i just being dull?!?!? Also, what are peoples thoughts on keeping 2 or more carpets together in a large...
  3. Snakes
    Dear all, they went online today as pdfs and so I put the contents here. All the best Australasian Journal of Herpetology Issue 13, 30 June 2012 Contents Some new small-eyed snakes from Australia and New Guinea (Serpentes:Elapidae). ... Raymond T. Hoser, pp. 3-7. A Division of the Asian Forest...
  4. Snakes
    Dear all, the big audit on the world's snakes has ended for the time being and ended up yielding more unnamed genera than expected. Three more issues of Australasian Journal of Herpetology have been published in the last month (issues 13-15) and between them have about 50 new snake genera...
  5. Snakes
    Good news for those who have been waiting ... – Australasian Journal of Herpetology Issue 12 is now on the web as a pdf. Issue 13 is now available in hard copy and within it are over another 20 new genera of reptiles, a few species, formally named and described for the first time. Pdf of that...
  6. Snakes
    Dear all, in response to requests for a list of recent changes, I post one here. All the best. Australasian Journal of Herpetology issues 1-12: Near complete list of newly named genera and subgenera (SG) and genera from where species were formerly assigned. Adelynhosera – formerly...
  7. Spiders and Inverts
    Ok so its my day off and its raining, so I thought I would use my time wisely and improve my knowledge on scientific classification (I know I need to get out more :lol2:). sorry if this is all explained somewhere else on the forum, cant find the information. please correct any of the following...
  8. Snakes
    Dear all, in accordance with the Zoological Code, I announce the recent publications of four issues of AJH issues 9-12 which combined have descriptions of about 30 new genera of snakes arising from a global audit of the advanced snakes. All are backed by DNA evidence (M and N), Issues can be...
  9. Spiders and Inverts
    Anyone know if you can obtain DNA from a T moult? - or is there a way to get a swab from the mouth without harming a live T? Also are there any people who have Pampho species (or any species) which are definite 100% certain that would be willing to take part in a DNA barcoding research project...
  10. Lizards
    Hey all, Got a couple of questions I thought some of you might have an answer to. I'm currently working on monitor lizards for my Master's degree, and I have a couple of small issues here. First, while measuring osteological material at the MNHN in Paris I came across a specimen...
  11. General Herp Chat
    Hi evreyone! :2thumb: I'm sure a lot of you already know - and i'm sure a lot of you don't really need to know, but for those of you who need to or want to know, here is a thread about the taxonomy and scientific classification in reptiles - should you ever need it! :2thumb: The kingdom...
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