The Tennessee Journal of Herpetology

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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​ - 2021

Landscape selection of Green Salamanders, Aneides aeneus, and a model of their potential distribution to guide future surveys in Tennessee

Dustin Thames, Josh Campbell, Christopher Ogle, and Daniel Istvanko

 

Survey of woodland salamanders in southern Greene County, Tennessee

Robert Morgan III and Conor Keitzer

 

DESMOGNATHUS CONANTI (Spotted Dusky Salamander). NESTING

Bryce Wade

PLETHODON WELLERI (Weller's Salamander). EARLY COURTSHIP

Bryce Wade

DIADOPHIS PUNCTATUS (Ring-Necked Snake). COLORATION

Kevin Hutcheson and Todd Pierson

NERODIA SIPEDON (Northern Water Snake). SHEDDING

Alexander Romer, Jackson West, Emma Phipps, Kylie Moe, and Donald Walker

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