Australasian Journal of Herpetology Issue 63Australasian Journal of Herpetology ®
Issue 63, published 16 June 2023

Front cover.

Page two - contents.

Large breeding aggregations of the small frogs Geocrinina otwaysensis (Hoser, 2020) and Geocrinia victoriana(Boulenger, 1888).
... Raymond T. Hoser, pp. 3-16.

A Bluetongue lizard Tiliqua scincoides (White, 1790) chased out of hibernation by parasitic mites.
... Raymond T. Hoser, pp. 17-18.

World first: Cross genus combat in male elapid snakes!
... Raymond T. Hoser, pp. 19-22.

Six new snakes from southern Australia (Squamata: Serpentes: Elapidae).
... Raymond T. Hoser, pp. 23-33.

A new subspecies of Western Bluetongue Tiliqua occipitalis (Peters, 1863) from south-west Australia.
... Raymond T. Hoser, pp. 34-37.

Four new species of Crinia Tschudi, 1838, subgenus Ranidella Girard, 1853 from south-east, Australia.
... Raymond T. Hoser, pp. 38-47.

A further three new species of frog in the genus Limnodynastes Fitzinger, 1843 from north Queensland, Australia.
... Raymond T. Hoser, pp. 48-55.

Formal identification and naming of a new subspecies of Mixophyes (Quasimixophyes) fleayi Corben and Ingram, 1987 from the Conondale Range, south-east Queensland.
... Raymond T. Hoser, pp. 56-58.

A new species of Ptychozoon Kuhl and Van Hasselt, 1822 hitherto confused with P. trinotaterra Brown, 1999 from Vietnam, Asia.
... Raymond T. Hoser, pp. 59-60.

Bitis (Macrocerastes) hoserae Hoser, 2013 split.
... Raymond T. Hoser, pp. 61-62.

Never say never! Two adult female Australian Copperhead Snakes sharing a single rock in the Spring.
... Raymond T. Hoser, p. 63.

All of AJH Issue 63, including covers in one big pdf file (64 pages).

All of the newly discovered and formally named species and subspecies in AJH Issue 63.

Full Zoobank listing of all species, genera, family and taxonomic works of the Snakeman Raymond Hoser as of 29 August 2023 (over 2,000 entities named, over 1,000 species and subspecies).

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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