Australasian Journal of HerpetologyAustralasian Journal of Herpetology ®
Issue 39, published 12 June 2019

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Front cover.

Page two - contents.

Coming back up! The first ever documented cases of fur ball regurgitation by a Black-headed Python (Serpentes: Pythonidae: Aspidites).
... Raymond T. Hoser, pp. 3-5.

A new species of Philocryphus Fletcher, 1894 (Amphibia: Myobatrachidae) from north-east Victoria and south-east New South Wales.
... Raymond T. Hoser, pp. 6-8.

A long overdue genus-level division of the gecko genus Hemiphyllodactylus Bleeker, 1860 sensu lato.
... Raymond T. Hoser, pp. 9-19.

A new species of Chameleon Dragon Chelosania Gray, 1845 from the Northern Territory, Australia.
... Raymond T. Hoser, pp. 20-22.

11 new species, 4 new subspecies and a subgenus of Australian Dragon Lizard in the genus Tympanocryptis Peters, 1863, with a warning on the conservation status and long-term survival prospects of some newly named taxa.
... Raymond T. Hoser, pp. 23-52.

Richard Shine et al. (1987), Hinrich Kaiser et al. (2013), Jane Melville et al. (2018 and 2019): Australian Agamids and how rule breakers, liars, thieves, taxonomic vandals and law breaking copyright infringers are causing reptile species to become extinct.
... Raymond T. Hoser, pp. 53-63.

Full Journal Issue 39 (including covers).

Full list of newly named genera, subgenera, species and subspecies in Issue 39 of AJH.

54 pages - Full list of new taxon listings in the official ICZN database, Zoobank (in Issue 39 of AJH).

ICZN Case 3601 ... ICZN Ruled on 30 April 2021 that all published issues of Australasian Journal of Herpetology ® is validly published according to the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature and also that all new names within are valid and have priority over later names.

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