The 2017 newsletter has been published! Inside you will find the annual meeting abstracts, county records article, and new publications related to Missouri herpetology that are included in every newsletter.
“, You’ll also find a list of herpetology-related graduate theses from Missouri State University (MSU) since the turn of the century. There are three natural history articles in this edition:
- Tail Bifurcation in an American Bullfrog, Lithobates catesbeianus, Tadpole
- Records of Snakes from the Premium Standards Farms Scott-Colby Facility, Daviess / Grundy County, Missouri
- Reptiles and Their Use of Artificial Cover Objects in Reclaimed and Remnant Prairie Habitats
The running bibliography, now 50 pages long, compiled since Johnson’s 2000 edition of the Amphibians and Reptiles of Missouri has also been updated.
Find the newsletter and updated bibliography on the publications page.