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    2016 ISSUES

    VENEZUELA AND PERU—Volume 10, Number 1

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    ANGOLA AND AFRICA—Volume 10, Number 2

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      ARC Venezuela-Peru Issue

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    NEWLY PUBLISHED

    June 2016

    A new case of facultative paedomorphosis in Smooth Newts, Lissotriton vulgaris (Caudata: Salamandridae), in Turkey

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    May 2016

    New distributional records of the Amazon River Frog Lithobates palmipes (Spix, 1824) in Peru

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    New records of the Critically Endangered frog Pristimantis pardalinus (Craugastoridae) in the eastern Andean slopes of central Peru

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    April 2016

    Tadpoles, froglets, and conservation: A discussion of basic principles of rearing and release procedures

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    On the distribution and conservation of two "Lost World" tepui summit endemic frogs, Stefania ginesi Rivero, 1968 and S. satelles Senñaris, Ayarzagüena, and Gorzula, 1997

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    March 2016

    Epidemiological surveillance and amphibian assemblage status at the Estación Experimental de San Lorenzo, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia

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    February 2016

    Confirming the presence of Clelia equatoriana Amaral, 1924 (Squamata: Dipsadidae) in Peru

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    JANUARY 2016

    Monitoring a population of Cruziohyla craspedopus (Funkhouser, 1957) using an artificial breeding habitat

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