Australasian Journal of HerpetologyAustralasian Journal of Herpetology ®
ISSN 1836-5698 (Print), ISSN 1836-5779 (Online).

 

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Issue 35 published 20 July 2017, Legless lizards, snakes, spiders, new taxa.

Issue 34 published 20 July 2017, Australian geckos, over 20 new taxa.

Issue 33, Snakes, lizards, frogs new taxa.

Issue 32, 1 August 2016, new lizard taxa.

Issue 31, new snake taxa.

Issue 30, 10 November 2015, taxonomy issue, over 30 new species and genera from five continents.

Issues Twenty Eight and Twenty Nine - 1 July 2015.
A revision of the genus level taxonomy of the Acontinae and Scincinae, with the creation of new genera, subgenera, tribes and subtribes. Raymond T. Hoser (Issue 28:1-64 and Issue 29:65-128).

Issue Twenty Seven - 25 May 2015 - 64 page taxonomy and nomenclature issue.

Issue Twenty Six - 25 May 2015 - 64 page taxonomy and nomenclature issue.

Issue Twenty Five - 25 May 2015 - 64 page taxonomy and nomenclature issue.

Issue Twenty Four - 30 August 2014 - 64 page taxonomy issue.

Issue Twenty Three - 30 August 2014 - 64 page taxonomy issue.

Issue Twenty Two - 1 July 2014 - 64 page taxonomy issue (Asian bioregion).

Issue Twenty One - 20 October 2013 - 64 pages: Lizard taxonomy (several groups) and a new snake species.

Issue Twenty - 10 July 2013 - 64 page taxonomy issue: new Burrowing Asp and Tree Snake genera, True Cobra species and more.

Issue Ninenteen - 10 July 2013 - 64 page taxonomy issue: All vipers! Including new genera of Pitvipers, True Viper subgenera as well as new species, including Puff adders, horned adders and more.

Issue 18 – 29 April 2013 - 80 page taxonomy issue: The science of herpetology is built on evidence, ethics, quality publications and strict compliance with the rules of nomenclature.

Issue Seventeen - 29 April 2013 - 64 page taxonomy issue: Six new Colubroid snake families, dwarf boas and Ungaliophiinae, Calliophis, Liophidium, Liopholidophis, Rhinophiidae and more.

 

Issue Sixteen - 29 April 2013 - 64 page taxonomy issue including: boas, sea snakes, tree snakes, pythons, pitvipers, Cylindrophis, Anomochilus, Australian snakes and a new species of American Snapping Turtle

 

Issue Fifteen – 6 July 2012 - Blind Snake Taxonomy, 36 new genera (64 pp.).

 

Issue Fourteen – 30 June 2012 - Taxonomic issue: Crocodiles, snakes, lizards (64 pp.).

 

Issue Thirteen 30 June 2012 - Taxonomic issue: All snakes: over 10 new genera (64 pp.).

 

Issue Twelve – 30 April 2012 - 76 page Taxonomic issue: Vipers, Elapids, Colubrids, etc, (over 20 new genera and new species described).

 

Issue Eleven – 8 April 2012 - 64 page Taxonomic issue: Vipers, Elapids, Colubrids, etc.

 

Issue Ten – 8 April 2012 - 64 page Taxonomic issue: Vipers, Elapids, etc.

 

Issue Nine – 3 April 2012 - 64 pages - Exposing a fraud! Afronaja Wallach, Wuster and Broadley is a junior synonym of Spracklandus Hoser, 2009.

 

Issue Eight – 12 February 2010 – (5 mb file) - Sam The Scam: Sam The Koala is an impostor.
Australasian Journal of Herpetology 8 (2010):1-64.

 

Issue Seven – 23 March 2009 – (224 kb file) - A reclassification of the True Cobras; species formerly referred to the genera Naja, Boulengerina and Paranaja.
Australasian Journal of Herpetology 7 (2009):1-15.

 

Issue Six – 9 March 2009 – (181 kb file) - A reclassification of the Rattlesnakes; species formerly exclusively placed in the Genera Crotalus and Sistrurus.
Australasian Journal of Herpetology 6 (2009):1-21.

 

Issue Five – 10 February 2009 – (275 kb file) - Pain makes venomous snakes bite humans.
Australasian Journal of Herpetology 5 (2009):1-21.

 

Issue Four – 9 February 2009 – (2.1 mb file) - Eight new taxa in the genera Pseudonaja Gunther 1858, Oxyuranus Kinghorn 1923, and Panacedechis Wells and Wellington 1985 (Serpentes:Elapidae).
Australasian Journal of Herpetology 4 (2009):1-27.

 

Issue Three – 4 February 2009 – (1.4 mb file) - A new genus and a new species of skink from Victoria.
Australasian Journal of Herpetology 3 (2009):1-6.

 

Issue Two – 3 February 2009 – (300 k file) - Creationism and contrived science: A review of recent python systematics papers and the resolution of issues of taxonomy and nomenclature.
Australasian Journal of Herpetology 2 (2009):1-34.

 

Issue One – 1 January 2009 – (8 mb file) - One or two mutations doesn’t make a new species … The taxonomy of Copperheads (Austrelaps)(Serpentes:Elapidae).
Australasian Journal of Herpetology 1 (2009):1-28.

 

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