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German Journal of Herpetology

SALAMANDRA - German Journal of Herpetology

Published by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Herpetologie und Terrarienkunde e.V.

Office: Vogelsang 27, 31020 Salzhemmendorf, Germany

Editors: Jörn Köhler, Darmstadt, Germany (Chief Editor) — Michael Barej, Berlin, Germany — Alexander Kupfer, Stuttgart, Germany — Edgar Lehr, Bloomington, USA — Stefan Lötters, Trier, Germany — John Measey, Bellville, South Africa — Andreas Schmitz, Geneva, Switzerland — Arne Schulze, Landau i. d. Pfalz, Germany — Philipp Wagner, Münster, Germany (Associated Editors) — Thomas Ulber, Bredell, South Africa (Language Editor)

Editorial board: Kraig Adler, Ithaca, USA — Natalia B. Ananjeva, St. Petersburg, Russia — Aaron M. Bauer, Villanova, USA — Wolfgang Böhme, Bonn, Germany — William R. Branch, Port Elizabeth, South Africa — Alan Channing, Bellville, South Africa — Indraneil Das, Kota Samarahan, Malaysia — Ignacio De la Riva, Madrid, Spain — Julian Faivovich, Buenos Aires, Argentina — Francisco Luís Franco, São Paulo, Brazil — Frank Glaw, Munich, Germany — Kurt Grossenbacher, Berne, Switzerland — John B. Iverson, Richmond, USA — Werner Mayer, Vienna, Austria — Jiřì Moravec, Prague, Czech Republic — Stephen J. Richards, Adelaide, Australia — Josef Schmidtler, Munich, Germany — Miguel Vences, Braunschweig, Germany — Zhao Ermi, Chengdu, China

Editorial office and layout: Birgit Rödder, Kop Nück 3, 53902 Bad Münstereifel, Germany (www.scidesign.de)

DGHT officers: Markus Monzel (President) — Matthias Jurczyk (Vice-President) — Claudia Koch (Vice-President) —  Alexander Meurer (Vice-President) — Daniel Schön (Vice-President) — Marco Schulz (Treasurer) — Axel Kwet (Managing Director)

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