Miscellaneous publications of general interest to the herpetological community. All numbers are paperbound, as issued. Prepublication discount to Society members. Missing numbers are out-of-print and no longer available from the Society.
No. 8. A Brief History of Herpetology in North America Before 1900 by Kraig Adler. 1979. 40 p., 24 photographs, 1 map. $3.00.
No. 14. Checklist of the Turtles of the World with English Common Names by John Iverson. 1985. 14 p. $3.00.
No. 18. Type Catalogues of Herpetological Collections: An Annotated List of Lists by Charles R. Crumly. 1990. 50 p. $5.00.
No. 22. Biology, Status, and Management of the Timber Rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus): A Guide for Conservation by William S. Brown. 1993. 84 p., 16 color photographs. $12.00.
No. 23. Scientific and Common Names for the Amphibians and Reptiles of Mexico in English and Spanish / Nombres Cientfico y Comunes en Ingles y Espaol de los Anfibios y los Reptiles de Mexico, by Ernest A. Liner. Spanish translation by Jos L. Camarillo R. 1994. 118 p. $12.00. (See also number 38.)
No. 24. Citations for the Original Descriptions of North American Amphibians and Reptiles by Ellin Beltz. 1995. 48 p. $7.00.
No. 27. Lineages and Histories of Zoo Herpetologists in the United States by Winston Card and James B. Murphy. 2000. 49 p., 53 photographs. $8.00.
No. 28. State and Provincial Amphibian and Reptile Publications for the United States and Canada by John J. Moriarty and Aaron M. Bauer. 2000. 56 p. $9.00.
No. 29. Scientific and Standard English Names of Amphibians and Reptiles of North America North of Mexico, with Comments Regarding Confidence in Our Understanding, fifth edition, by the Committee on Standard English and Scientific Names (Brian I. Crother, chair). 2000 . 86 p. $11.00. (See also number 37.)
No. 30. Amphibian Monitoring in Latin America: a Protocol Manual / Monitoreo de Anfibios en America Latina: Manual de Protocolos, by Karen Lips, Jamie K. Reaser, Bruce E. Young, and Roberto Ibaez. 2001. 121 p. $13.00.
No. 31. Herpetological Collecting and Collections Management. (revised ed.), by John E. Simmons. 2002. 159 p. $16.00.
No. 32. Conservation Guide to the Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake, Crotalus adamanteus, by Walter W. Timmerman and William H. Martin. 2003. 74 p., color photographs. $13.00.
No. 33. Chameleons: Johann von Fischer and other Perspectives, by James B. Murphy. 2005. 123 p., many color plates. $13.00.
No. 34. Synopsis of Helminths Endoparasitic in Snakes of the United States and Canada, by Carl H. Ernst and Evelyn M. Ernst. 2006. 86 p. $9.00.
No. 35. A Review of Marking and Individual Recognition Techniques for Amphibians and Reptiles, by John W. Ferner. 2007. 72 p. $11.00.
No. 36. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles: A Fifty Year History 1958 to 2007, by John J. Moriarty and Breck Bartholomew. 2007. 64 p. $10.00.
No. 37. Scientific and Standard English Names of Amphibians and Reptiles of North America North of Mexico, sixth edition, by the Committee on Standard English and Scientific Names (Brian I. Crother, chair). 2008. 84 p. $12.00. (See also No. 29.)
No. 38. Nombres Estndar en Espaol en Ingls y Nombres Cientficos de los Anfibios y Reptiles de Mxico / Standard Spanish, English, and Scientific Names of the Amphibians and Reptiles of Mexico, second edition, by Ernest A. Liner and Gustavo Casas-Andreu. 2008. 167 p. $16.00. (See also No. 23.)