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Skip to Main Content Search Dropdown Menu User Tools Dropdown Register China China Sign In Toggle MenuMenu Home Content About Us Author Information Author Instructions Article Submissions Author Fees Archiving Policy Reproduction Permissions Help Skip Nav Destination Current Issue Volume 56, Issue 3 September 2022 View This Issue EditorsDean Croshaw, John RoweISSN: 0022-1511eISSN: 1937-2418 Impact Factor 1.03 About this JournalSSAR,a not-for-profit organization established to advance research, conservation, and education concerning amphibians and reptiles, was founded in 1958. It is the largest international herpetological society, and is recognized worldwide for having the most diverse program of publications, meetings, and other activities. Submit an Article SSAR Home Editors and Editorial Board Latest Most Read Most Cited Historical Records of Loggerhead Sea Turtle (Caretta caretta) Nesting at Tortuguero, Costa Rica Jaime Restrepo, Daniela Rojas-Cañizales, Roldán A. Valverde Density Estimation in Terrestrial Chelonian Populations Using Spatial Capture–Recapture and Search–Encounter Surveys J. Andrew Royle, Haley Turner Common Mudpuppy (Necturus maculosus (Rafinesque, 1818)) in Western New York: A Seasonal Comparison of Diet, Body Condition, and Capture Methods Adam M. Haines, Christopher M. Pennuto Bite Performance of Captive Alligator Snapping Turtles (Macrochelys temminckii) Improves after Reintroduction Ashley H. Gagnon, David A. Penning, Aaron White, Kerry Graves, Ralph Simmons, Day B. Ligon Range-Wide Population Projections for Northern Red-Bellied Cooters (Pseudemys rubriventris) Jill Fleming, Jennifer F. Moore, Hardin Waddle, Julien Martin, Evan H. Campbell Grant Open Access Articles Salinity Conditions during the Larval Life Stage Affect Terrestrial Habitat Choice in Juvenile Wood Frogs ( Lithobates sylvaticus ) Reducing Populations of an Invasive Ant Influences Survival, Growth, and Diet of Southern Toads ( Anaxyrus terrestris ) Transformed estimated marginal means of the proportion of minutes juvenile ... Mean dehydration rate of AHS, ALS, EHS, and ELS treatment groups. No signif... Mean and standard error of the number of Southern Toads ( Anaxyrus terrestr... 56-03Image and text by William W. Lamar.The Common Liana Snake, Siphlophis cervinus (pictured here from Amazonian Peru), is an uncommon, nocturnal and mostly arboreal snake (< 1 m total length) that is found in humid lowland rainforests of Panama and South America including Trinidad and Tobago. While much of its natural history remains a mystery, lizards are known to be a regular part of the diet of S. cervinus. Juveniles, upon hatching, are identical in color and pattern to the adults. Siphlophis cervinus is one of seven Siphlophis species that are found in Central and South America. Click here to view the Journal of Herpetology's covers. Twitter About This Journal SSAR Home eISSN 1937-2418 ISSN 0022-1511 Privacy Policy Get Adobe Acrobat Reader Support Close Modal Close Modal This Feature Is Available To Subscribers Only Sign In or Create an Account Close Modal Close Modal This site uses cookies. By continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our privacy policy. Accept