Reptiles and Amphibians
CNAH The Center for North American
Herpetology,Lawrence, Kansas.The CNAH web site covers amphibians, reptiles, turtles, and
crocodilians. With over 1,720 herpetologists registered ...
IUCN Amphibian and Reptile Specialist
Groups A list of specialist groups dedicated to amphibians and
Page Dedicated to inform the viewer about the
Group Dedicated to the funding and support of
research and conservation for hellbenders and giant salamanders. With the help of private donations
from people all over the world, we have helped field researchers in their pursuit to better
understand the natural history of these amazing giant amphibians.
AcademiciansA site devoted to research,
where biologists working with ambystomatid salamanders can network, share photos and new findings,
exchange resources, and develop collaborations. We hope that the site will help bridge gaps between
people working in academia and applied fields.
access to information on amphibian declines, conservation, natural history, and
PARC is a diverse, comprehensive partnership dedicated to the conservation of
reptiles, amphibians, and their habitats.
The USGS Amphibian Research and Monitoring
Initiative studies national amphibian declines to determine
how severe they are, their causes, and what we can do to stop
Group IUCN/SSC'sstrives to conserve
biological diversity by stimulating, developing, and executing practical programs to conserve
amphibians and their habitats around the world.
TheAZA helps to breed
amphibians for reintroduction, provides educational resources and financial support, and
promotes amphibian conservation.
Tree provides news from the community about
recent research on amphibians. New papers are added regularly. News and research RSS alerts