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THE HERPETOFAUNA OF NAYARIT, MEXICO: COMPOSITION, DISTRIBUTION, AND CONSERVATION
The herpetofauna of Nayarit, Mexico, is composed of 154 species, including 34 anurans, two salamanders, one crocodylian, 107 squamates, and 10 turtles. We detail the distribution of these species
A conservation reassessment of the amphibians of Mexico based on the EVS measure
—Global amphibian population decline is one of the better documented symptoms of biodiversity loss on our planet, and one of the environmental super-problems humans have created. we are part of the
The conservation status of the herpetofauna of Honduras
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A set of recommendations are offered, assuming that biotic reserves in Honduras can be safeguarded, that it is hoped will lead to a system of robust, healthy, and economically self-sustaining protected areas for the country's herpetofauna.
A relict lineage and new species of green palm-pitviper (Squamata, Viperidae, Bothriechis) from the Chortís Highlands of Mesoamerica
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A new species of palm-pitviper of the genus Bothriechis is described from Refugio de Vida Silvestre Texíguat in northern Honduras, named in honor of a Honduran conservationist slain in fighting against illegal logging, highlighting the sacrifices of rural activists in battling these issues and the critical importance of conservation in these areas.
THE HERPETOFAUNA OF THE ISLAS DE LA BAHIA, HONDURAS
SYNOPSIs: After a brief description of the Bay Islands' position, physiography, geology, vegetation, and previous work done there, the 35 species of reptiles and " amphibians known from the Bay
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