Selected Internet Resources on Herpetology.
Concerned with the study of reptiles and amphibians, the field of herpetology continues to grow in popularity with scientists, students, and the general public, who are drawn to these interesting creatures for a variety of reasons. This annotated webliography contains both links to and descriptions of a variety of Internet resources relevant to herpetology, including databases and data sets, associations and organizations, journals, news sources, and citizen science projects. The resources included are useful to a broad audience that might include librarians, researchers, students, herpetologists, and the general public. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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