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Since 1982, Herpetological Monographs has been dedicated to original research about the biology, diversity, systematics and evolution of amphibians and reptiles. Herpetological Monographs is published annually as a supplement to Herpetologica and contains long research papers, manuscripts and special symposia that synthesize the latest scientific discoveries...Read More About the Journal

Latest Articles

Calling Frogs by Their Name: Long-Lasting Misidentification of Tetraploid Frogs of the Genus Odontophrynus (Anura: Odontophrynidae)
Genus-specific and Habitat-dependent Plant Ingestion in West African Sabre-toothed Frogs (Anura, Odontobatrachidae: Odontobatrachus)
Miniaturization in Direct-Developing Frogs from Mexico with the Description of Six New Species
Revisiting Linnaean and Wallacean Shortfalls in Mindanao Fanged Frogs: The Limnonectes magnus Complex Consists of Only Two Species

Editor-in-Chief

Michael Harvey

Impact Factor: 2.909

ISSN: 0733-1347

eISSN: 1938-5137

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Volume 36,
Issue 1
December 2022

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Authors

We publish original papers covering the study of amphibians and reptiles. Theoretical and primarily quantitative manuscripts are particularly encouraged, with manuscripts organized around concept-driven hypotheses. To submit a manuscript, please visit the journal’s PeerTrack site.

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Learn more about our team: Editor-in-Chief, Assistant Editor, Associate Editors, and Editorial Board.

Reviewers

We invite qualified individuals to provide comprehensive peer reviews of submitted manuscripts. The Herpetologists' League recognizes that reviewers are invaluable to the publication process by ensuring not only the accuracy of the manuscript, but the credibility and reputation of the journals.

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