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Publications of interest

Panamanian Agalychnis annae, (c) Nadim Hamad

I thought you might be interested in some recent research papers I have been sent from friends and colleagues in Germany which relate to some interesting new fieldwork. These include work carried out in Panama which highlights a new discovery for the Yellow-eyed Leaf Frog, Agalychnis annae, and which extends its range out of Costa Rica for the very first time. Specimens from this population look absolutely spectacular (see the adult female pictured right) and they could turn out to be very different from those found in Costa Rica.

Hertz et al. (2011) Noteworthy amphibian records

Nguyen et al. (2011) Reptile diversity Cat Ba Archipelago

Geissler et al. (2011) Review Indochinese Lygosoma

Ziegler et al. (2011) Asian amphibian projects

Wildenhues et al. (2011) Rhacophorus orlovi

Ohler et al. (2011) Megophrys frogs of Northern Indochina

 

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