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. 

Current Issue​ - 2022

Memoriam - A. Floyd Scott

Angelo Bufalino

TRACHEMYS SCRIPTA ELEGANS (Red-eared Slider). DELAYED EMERGENCE

Brian P. Butterfield, Alexis B. Larkins, Laura D. Lloyd, and Kaylen A. Bunch

DIADOPHIS PUNCTATUS (Ring-necked snake)

Alexis Larkins, Laura Lloyd, and Brian P. Butterfield

2021 THS Meeting Abstracts

News from the Tennessee Herpetological Society

Recorded by Dustin Thames