Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (ARC) journal supports the sustainable management of global amphibian and reptile biodiversity and was the first open access journal for amphibian and reptile conservation.
Hossain Farasat is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Department of Biology, Razi University, Kerman¬shah, Iran. He earned his M.Sc. from Razi University. His present research focuses on the ecology and genetic diversity of fragmented populations of Neurergus kaiseri. His main interest is to examine whether these fragmented populations are structured by a metapopulation. He is also keen to apply his finding in conservation of this critically endangered and endemic species of Iran.
ERIK R. WILD has had a life-long fascination with amphibians and reptiles. He has interests in general herpetology, and in systematics and ecology of neotropical frogs. He has 18 published papers and six technical reports, he is currently living in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and is an Honorary Associate of the Department of Biology at UWSP.