Volume 21 No. 2 June 2014

Volume 21 No. 2  June

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Table of Contents

Commentary
Biosphere Reserve to Transshipment Port: Travesty for Jamaica’s Goat Islands … pp. 37–43   Tandora D. GrantScreen
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Featured Articles
Diverse movement patterns of North America’s Eastern Box Turtle (Terrapene Carolina L.). Part 2: Circuits across expansive habitat … pp. 44–59   Susan Seibert and William R. Belzer Screen
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Overwintering observations of Northern Leopard Frog (Lithobates pipiens) activity under ice … pp. 60–65   Natasha Kreitals, John-Mark Davies, Dave W. Phillips, and Iain D. PhillipsScreen
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Husbandry
Keeping and breeding the Algerian Whipsnake Hemorrhois algirus (Jan, 1863) in captivity … pp. 80–82   Vasiliy G. DyadichkoScreen
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Short Notes
Recent sightings of Nanorana vicina (Dicroglossidae) from Murree, Pakistan … pp. 66–68   Muhammad RaisScreen
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The nonnative Black Spiny-tailed Iguana, Ctenosaura similis Gray 1831 (Squamata: Iguanidae), preying upon the native Southeastern Five-lined Skink, Plestiodon inexpectatus Taylor 1932 (Squamata: Scincidae), in southern Florida … pp. 69–70   Kenneth L. Krysko and Smith B. JuanScreen
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Communal nesting in the Cuban Twig Anole (Anolis angusticeps) from South Bimini, Bahamas … 71–72   Christopher D. Robinson, Bonnie K. Kircher, and Michele A. JohnsonScreen
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Travelogue
Reptiles of the Gobabeb Research and Training Centre … pp. 73–79   Hayden D. Hedman, Helina M. Alvarez, Gustaf P. Kalifeni Hanghome, Maria Eifler, and Douglas EiflerScreen
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Introduced Species
New county record for the Veiled Chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus Duméril and Bibron 1851), in Broward County, Florida, with notes on intentional introductions of chameleons in southern Florida … pp. 83–85   Jake R. Edwards, Michael R. Rochford, Frank J. Mazzotti, and Kenneth L. KryskoScreen
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