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​ - 2020

An estimate of home range size and temporal aspects of hibernation for the Eastern Box Turtle (Terrapene carolina carolina) in a suburban wetland habitat of Middle Tennessee

Jessica M. Vannatta, Daniel R. Istvanko, and Matthew Klukowski

 

Limited impacts of acid runoff from pyrite-bearing rock formations on stream salamanders in Middle Tennessee headwater streams

Nicole A. Witzel, De'Etra Young, Thomas D. Byl, Brittaney Hogan, and William B. Sutton

 

A review of thread-trailing devices for Eastern Box Turtles (Terrapene carolina carolina

Jessica M. Vannatta and Matthew Klukowski

 

AMBYSTOMA OPACUM (Marbled Salamander). COLORATION

Joshua M. Hall

LITHOBATES SYLVATICUS (Wood Frog). DAVIAN BEHAVIOR

Tyler D. Wicks and Trevor L. Chapman

CHELYDRA SERPENTINA (Common Snapping Turtle). REPRODUCTION

Lee J. Barton, Wayne I. Baker, and Teal D. Hendrickson

NERODIA SIPEDON (Northern Water Snake). TERRESTRIAL FORAGING

Trevor L. Chapman and Tyler D. Wicks

SISTRURUS MILIARIUS STRECKERI (Western Pygmy Rattlesnake). REPRODUCTION

Shawn D. Snyder, Jeronimo G. Da Silva Neto, and William B. Sutton

Book Review of Lizards and Snakes of Alabama

Joshua M. Hall

Meeting Notes of the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Herpetological Society

Recorded by Dustin Thames

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