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Distribution of Varanus bengalensis in Pakistan. There is a color-illustrated key to families and species, a chapter on distribution of species by habitat types, another chapter on threats to the herpetofauna with conservation recommendations, a glossary of technical terms, an extensive bibliography, and a comprehensive index.
Color photographs and country-wide distribution maps are spread throughout the book; the maps have individual localities plotted. Much new unpublished information is included in this book.
He publishes regularly in international journals on the systematics and ecology of Pakistan amphibians and reptiles and has named several new species of lizards. To be issued April SSAR membership details and a complete list of all Society publications can be obtained on request to the Publications Secretary address above.
Hard copies sent via postal mail must be postmarked prior to 1 May to be considered. For more information, contact: New Student Mentorship Program be introducing a mentorship program for undergraduate and graduate students for whom the World Congress of Herpetology Vancouver, 8—14 August will be their first national or international herpetology meeting.
Mentorship positions will be limited to seven applicants, chosen at random, with the expectation that this program will be expanded in future years. Mentors will be advanced graduate students who have attended international herpetology meetings in previous years and who can orient you to the meeting, help make introductions, and enhance your overall meeting experience.
If this is your first meeting, we invite you to apply for a graduate student mentor. Applications will be accepted during the meeting registration period. Would you like to have help making the most of attending the World Congress?
SSAR will Although we published names of the winners of Seibert Awards from the annual meeting in Minneapolis, we failed to acknowledge the excellent work of the judges. Rafe Brown University of Kansas coordinated the judging efforts. Over participants attended scientific paper sessions presented by scientists and students from across the nation.
Taylor Scholarship, honoring the memory of two great biologists with strong ties to Kansas. The Alan H. Collins Award for Excellence in Kansas Herpetology.
Thompson Missouri State University, Springfield was presented with the George Toland Award for the best student paper given at the meeting. Larry Landers Student Research Grant is a Gopher Tortoise Council competitive grant program for undergraduate and graduate college students.
Proposals can address research concerning Gopher Tortoise Gopherus polyphemus biology or any other relevant aspect of upland habitat conservation and management.
The proposal should be limited to four pages in length and should include a description of the project, a concise budget and a brief resume of the student. Submissions via e-mail as text files are preferred. This is an excellent opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to access funding for their projects.
The deadline for grant proposals is 15 September Please send submissions to: The biological station is located on a beach facing the Caribbean Sea. The course will run from 15 June to 10 July Class is limited to 15 students, and the deadline for registration is 15 May For details, please contact: Awards are generally announced in August of each year.
The principal investigator must be associated with a recognized institution accredited zoo, academic institution, conservation or non-profit organization. The application deadline is 1 June A copy of the application form may be downloaded here: For additional information, please contact: To receive the first and subsequent meeting announcements, contact the organizers at: Limited space prohibits comprehensive coverage of the literature, but an effort will be made to cover a variety of taxa and topics.
To ensure that the coverage is as broad and current as possible, authors are invited to send reprints to the Current Research section editors, Joshua Hale or Ben Lowe; e-mail addresses may be found on the inside front cover.
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