Amphibians and Reptiles on the Web

link-tn-ufherp.jpgHerpetology Conference
The University of Florida is proud to host two wonderful conferences this spring. Please join us for the 6th.


link-tn-fwc.jpgOnline Bibliography of the Herpetofauna of Florida
This bibliography contains over 8,000 citations that reference the herpetofauna of Florida, including scientific publications.


link-tn-fwc.jpgReport Reptiles in the Florida Keys
You can help by reporting your observations on Amphibians and Reptiles in the Florida Keys.


link-tn-fwc.jpgFlorida's Imperiled Species
Comprehensive statewide plan that coordinates the responsibilities of government agencies to prevent and manage all.


link-tn-fwc.jpgFlorida's Nonnative Species-Exotic Amphibians and Reptiles
Minimizing the impacts nonnative species have on Florida's native fish, wildlife and marine life.


link-tn-tadpoles.jpgIdentification Guide to the Tadpoles of the Southeastern United States Coastal Plain
This field guide is designed as a usable reference for identifying tadpoles of most of the frog species of the Southeastern.


link-tn-ifas_snkguide.jpgIdentification Guide to the Snakes of Florida
This full color, illustrated guide is a "must have" for anyone who spends time outdoors in areas.


link-tn-scinames.jpgScientific and Common Names of the Reptiles and Amphibians of North America - Explained
Translations, Common Names, Original Descriptions, Biographies and Mythological References.


link-tn-trd.jpgThe Reptile Database
This searchable database provides the most up to date information on taxonomy of all extant reptiles.


link-tn-arc.jpgAmphibian and Reptile Conservation
An open-access journal for woldwide community-supported herpetological conservation.


Collaborative effort by natural history museums to establish a global network of herpetological collections data.


link-tn-ammuseum.jpgAmphibian Species of the World 5.3
An Online Reference.


is an online system that provides access to information on amphibian declines, conservation, natural history, and taxonomy.


link-tn-cnah02.jpgThe Center for North American Herpetology
Promoting the preservation and conservation of North American amphibians, crocodilians, reptiles, & turtles through.


link-tn-society.jpgSociety for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles
SSAR, a not-for-profit organization established to advance research, conservation, and education concerning.


link-tn-amsoc.jpgAmerican Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists
Here you will find information about the journal Copeia, our annual meetings, administration, and more.


link-tn-hl.jpgHerpetologist's League
The Herpetologists' League, established in 1946, is an international organization of people devoted to studying herpetology.


link-tn-csg.jpgCrocodile Specialist Group
The Crocodile Specialist Group (CSG) is a worldwide network of biologists, wildlife managers, government officials.


link-tn-foma.jpgFort Matanzas National Monument
The Florida Museum of Natural History has conducted herpetofaunal surveys at Fort Matanzas.


link-tn-archiecarr.jpgArchie Carr Center for Sea Turtle Research
Seeking innovative solutions for sea turtle conservation through research and education.


link-tn-aaffp.jpgAmerican Family Physician–Snakebite Management
Venomous snakebites, although uncommon, are a potentially deadly emergency in the United States.


Noteworthy Amphibian & Reptile Articles