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  Supporting the Sustainable Management of Amphibian and Reptile Biodiversity

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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).

Gordon W Schuett

GORDON W. SCHUETT is an evolutionary biologist and herpetologist who has conducted extensive research on reptiles. His work has focused primarily on venomous snakes, but he has also published on turtles, lizards, and amphibians. His most significant contributions to date have been studies of winner-loser effects in agonistic encounters, mate competition, mating system theory, hormone cycles and reproduction, caudal luring and mimicry, long-term sperm storage, and as co-discoverer of facultative parthenogenesis in non-avian reptiles. He served as chief editor of the peer-reviewed book Biology of the Vipers and is presently serving as chief editor of an upcoming peer-reviewed book The Rattlesnakes of Arizona (rattlesnakesofarizona.org). Gordon is a Director and scientific board member of the newly founded nonprofit The Copperhead Institute (copperheadinstitute.org). He was the founding Editor of the journal Herpetological Natural History. Dr. Schuett is an adjunct professor in the Department of Biology at Georgia State University.



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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