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The Tennessee Journal of Herpetology

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Aims and Scope

The Tennessee Journal of Herpetology was founded to provide an avenue of conversation about amphibians and reptiles of Tennessee. Therefore, the Tennessee Journal of Herpetology publishes articles and notes about amphibians, reptiles, and the people who study them. 

An Analysis of the Turtle Assemblage in the Freed-Hardeman University Research Ponds

Alexis B. Larkins, Laura Lloyd, and Brian P. Butterfield

EURYCEA LONGICAUDA (Long-tailed Salamander). Geographic Note

Meredith J. Hart and Lance D. Jessee

2023 Annual Meeting Abstracts

2023 Annual Meeting Notes

Recorded by Julia Thulander

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