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SCIENTIFIC AND STANDARD ENGLISH NAMES OF AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES OF NORTH AMERICA NORTH OF MEXICO, WITH COMMENTS REGARDING CONFIDENCE IN OUR UNDERSTANDING

@inproceedings{Bonett2012SCIENTIFICAS,
  title={SCIENTIFIC AND STANDARD ENGLISH NAMES OF AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES OF NORTH AMERICA NORTH OF MEXICO, WITH COMMENTS REGARDING CONFIDENCE IN OUR UNDERSTANDING},
  author={R. Bonett and J. Boundy and F. Burbrink and Brian I. Crother and K. Queiroz and D. Frost and R. Highton and J. B. Iverson and E. Jockusch and F. Kraus and K. L. Krysko and A. D. Leach{\'e} and E. Lemmon and R. Mcdiarmid and J. Mendelson and P. Meylan and Tod W. Reeder and S. Ruane and M. E. Seidel and J. J. Moriarty},
  year={2012}
}
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