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  Supporting the Sustainable Management of Amphibian and Reptile Biodiversity

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Author's Biography

RANDALL S. REISERER

A taxonomic reevaluation and conservation assessment of the common cantil, Agkistrodon bilineatus(Squamata: Viperidae): a race against time. 2013. Louis W. Porras, Larry David Wilson, Gordon W. Schuett, Randall S. Reiserer. Amphibian & Reptile Conservation 7(1): 48–73 (e63).

Taxonomic reassessment and conservation status of the beaded lizard, Heloderma horridum (Squamata: Helodermatidae). 2013. Randall S. Reiserer, Gordon W. Schuett, Daniel D. Beck. Amphibian and Reptile Conservation 7(1): 74–96 (e67).

Randall S Reiserer

RANDALL S. REISERER is an integrative biologist whose research focuses on understanding the interrelationships among ecology, morphology, and behavior. Within the broad framework of evolutionary biology, he studies cognition, neuroscience, mimicry, life-history evolution, and the influence of niche dynamics on patterns of evolutionary change. His primary research centers on reptiles and amphibians, but his academic interests span all major vertebrate groups. His studies of behavior are varied and range from caudal luring and thermal behavior in rattlesnakes to learning and memory in transgenic mice. His studies of caudal luring in snakes established methods for studying visual perception and stimulus control. He commonly employs phylogenetic comparative methods and statistics to investigate and test evolutionary patterns and adaptive hypotheses. Dr. Reiserer is an editor of the upcoming peer-reviewed book, The Rattlesnakes of Arizona.

 

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 Dr Robert Browne

Dr. Robert Browne Chairperson

Dr. Browne established the Internet based ARC in 2011 and expanded it globally in 2013. Robert is committed to achieving the ARC's goal to provide for the sustainable management of amphibians and reptiles. He has a wide international experience in herpetological conservation and has published over 40 scientific articles on amphibian and reptile conservation. see Biography