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  Supporting the Sustainable Management of Amphibian and Reptile Biodiversity

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can
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Volume 1, Number 1  (1996): Premiere Issue

Amphibian declines, a history and report on rattlesnake roundups in Kansas, timber harvesting effects on Plethodon hubrichti, a cautionary note on population biology and herpetological conservation, herpetofauna numbers and estimation in the wildlife trade.

Volume 2, Number 1 (2000): Madagascar and New Caledonia

Madagascar and New Caledonia. Commentary on the conservation of Geochelone radiata, extinction and extinction vulnerability of amphibians and reptiles in Madagascar, new data on distribution, status and biology of Rhacodactylus spp., US role in the international live reptile trade.
Volume 2, Number 2  (2000): Venezuela 
The distribution, species-richness, endemism, and conservation of Venezuelan amphibians and reptiles.
Volume 3, Number 1  (2004): Honduras

The conservation status of amphibians and reptiles of Honduras, its cloud forests, an editorial on open access publishing and the spread of scientific information.

Volume 4, Number 1 (2006): Indonesia 
Herpetofauna of the Crocker Range National Park, conservation issues regarding the amphibians and reptiles in Indonesia, reptiles and amphibians of the West African Togo Hills, land use and anuran biodiversity in southeast Kansas, and a new Brazilian anuran infected by chytrid fungus. 






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 Nasrullah Rastegar Pouyani

Prof. Nasrullah Rastegar Pouyani  - President

Prof. Rastegar Pouyani is a highly respected expert on the herpetofauna of the Iranian Plateau, the Middle East and Central Asia.


 Omar F. Al-Sheikhly

Omar Al-Sheikhly Vice-President/ ARCME Networking

Omar Al-Sheikhly has a proven conservation record in the Middle East as a field team leader, wildlife expert, and photographer.