VOL. 62 · NO. 2 | June 2006
 
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Herpetologica
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62(2), 115-124, (1 June 2006)https://doi.org/10.1655/05-71.1
KEYWORDS: Anolis, Anolis sagrei, copulation, courtship behavior, Male mating preferences, mate choice
62(2), 125-131, (1 June 2006)https://doi.org/10.1655/05-49.1
KEYWORDS: Gopherus polyphemus, Hatchling ecology, sample size, statistical power, survivorship, tortoise
62(2), 132-140, (1 June 2006)https://doi.org/10.1655/05-26.1
KEYWORDS: clutch size, egg size, geographic variation, incubation, nesting behavior, turtles
62(2), 141-150, (1 June 2006)https://doi.org/10.1655/04-12.1
KEYWORDS: activity patterns, compositional analysis, eastern massasauga, fens, habitat selection, kernel density, movement, reptile, Sistrurus, statistical power
62(2), 151-155, (1 June 2006)https://doi.org/10.1655/05-38.1
KEYWORDS: Aquatic salamander, chemosensory, Eurycea nana, sex identification
62(2), 156-163, (1 June 2006)https://doi.org/10.1655/05-62.1
KEYWORDS: antipredator behavior, body shape, body size, ecomorphology, geographic variation, predation
62(2), 163-172, (1 June 2006)https://doi.org/10.1655/05-21.1
KEYWORDS: Centrolenidae, Cochranella ocellata group, Cordillera de Carpish, new species, Peru
62(2), 173-183, (1 June 2006)https://doi.org/10.1655/05-08.1
KEYWORDS: Amphibia, Anura, chromosomes, Leptodactylidae, northern Chile, osteology, tadpoles, Telmatobius chusmisensis, sp. nov
62(2), 183-190, (1 June 2006)https://doi.org/10.1655/05-22.1
KEYWORDS: Amphibia, Anura, Craugastor cyanochthebius new species, Honduras, Leptodactylidae
62(2), 191-202, (1 June 2006)https://doi.org/10.1655/05-40.1
KEYWORDS: Anura, canopy sampling, Ecuador, Eleutherodactylus aureolineatus, E. lacrimosus, E. unistrigatus, Leptodactylidae, new species, Peru
62(2), 202-220, (1 June 2006)https://doi.org/10.1655/05-09.1
KEYWORDS: Anura, Cophixalus, Microhylidae, New Guinea, new species
62(2), 221-233, (1 June 2006)https://doi.org/10.1655/05-41.1
KEYWORDS: Amphibia, Anura, Atlantic forest, Brachycephalidae, Brachycephalus, new species, osteology, southern Brazil
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