Volume 21 No. 4 December 2014

Volume 21 No. 4  December

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Featured Articles
Copulation and Oviposition in the Green-blotched Giant Anole, Anolis smallwoodi (Squamata: Dactyloidae), from southeastern Cuba … pp. 108–115   Yasel U. Alfonso, Veronika Holanova, and Kenneth L. KryskoScreen
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Notes on the Ecology and Morphology of the Cuban Khaki Trope Tropidophis hendersoni Hedges and Garrido (Squamata: Tropidophiidae), with a New Locality Record … pp. 116–119   Luis M. Díaz, Antonio Cádiz, Sandy Villar, and Feliberto Bermudez Screen
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Notes on the Distribution and Natural History of the Eastern Wormsnake (Carphophis amoenus amoenus) in West Virginia … pp. 120–124   Eric H. Diefenbacher and Thomas K. Pauley Screen
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The Tadpoles of the Southern Crested Toad (Peltophryne guentheri: Anura: Bufonidae) from Hispaniola … pp. 125–129   Sixto J. Incháustegui, Kenia Ng, Cristian Marte, and Luis M. DíazScreen
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Notes on the Reproductive Biology of the Big-eyed Ratsnake, Ptyas dhumnades (Cantor, 1842) in Taiwan … 130–132   Simon Dieckmann, Gerrut Norval, and Jean-Jay Mao Screen
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Short Notes
Cannibalism in the Smith Frog, Hypsiboas faber (Wied-Neuwied, 1821), in Southern Brazil … pp. 133–135   Fábio Maffei, Bruno Tayar Marinho do Nascimento, and Paulo Sérgio BernardeScreen
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First Report of Cannibalism in the Saba Anole (Anolis sabanus), with a Review of Cannibalism in West Indian Anoles … pp. 136–137   Robert Powell and Adam Watkins Screen
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Introduced Species
United Nations Issues Guidelines to Minimize Risk of Invasive Species … pp. 138–139  Screen
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First Record of the Brahminy Blindsnake, Indotyphlops braminus (Squamata: Typhlopidae), in Cuba … pp. 140–141  Luis M. Díaz and Antonio CádizScreen
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Notes on Two Introduced Populations of the Italian Wall Lizard (Podarcis siculus) on Staten Island, New York … pp. 142–143   Robert W. Mendyk and John AdragnaScreen
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Book Review
The Iguana’s Eyes by Sean Foley and Blue Iguana by Wendy Townsend … pp. 144–145  Robert PowellScreen
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