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A Review of Marking and Individual Recognition Techniques for Amphibians and Reptiles

by John W. Ferner

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Published by Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science / Biological Sciences,
  • Reptiles & Amphibians,
  • Nature,
  • Nature/Ecology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages72
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11436852M
    ISBN 100916984680
    ISBN 109780916984687

    1. Introduction. There is increasing interest in improved methods for managing captive reptiles and amphibians (Murphy et al., , Schaeffer et al., , Warwick, , Warwick et al., ).Unfortunately, there is still a serious dearth of empirical studies on most aspects of Cited by: Reptiles & Amphibians: Species in Full Color is an excellent science book to have in a classroom science corner for the children to look at all the different animals. It gives them a chance to see pictures of reptiles and amphibians that are not in the area of your school to /5(8).

    Introduction. The ability to recognize individual animals is vital for many wildlife monitoring programmes and behavioural r, marking techniques that alter an animal’s survival probability or other life-history traits violate assumptions of demographic models,.Lizards, especially those in the diverse tropical regions have been the subject of relatively few long-term studies Cited by: Amphibians and reptiles is a comprehensive guide to the native and non-native species of amphibian and reptile found in the British Isles. Professor Trevor Beebee covers the biology, ecology, conservation and identification of the British herpetofauna, and provides keys for the identification of adult and immature newts and newt eggs, larvae and metamorphs; frog and toad adults and metamorphs.

      This review evaluates the bases of the widely held assumption that amphibians and reptiles possess impoverished learning abilities. Procedurally defined forms of learning (instrumental conditioning, Pavlovian conditioning and autoshaping, imprinting, and social learning) are reviewed, as well as evidence for the involvement of learning in various behavioral phenomena, including aversive Cited by: A Review of Marking and Individual Recognition Techniques for Amphibians and Reptiles John W. Ferner Item esgotado Avise-me quando estiver disponível.


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A Review of Marking and Individual Recognition Techniques for Amphibians and Reptiles by John W. Ferner Download PDF EPUB FB2

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This guide describes marking and identification techniques for larval amphibians, frogs and toads, salmanders, caecilians, turtles, lizards, snakes and crocodilians. The techniques described include toe clipping, branding, tagging and banding, trailing devices, pattern mapping, mutilation techniques, radioactive tagging, shell notching, painting, scale clipping, PIT tags and radio transmitter tagging.

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A review of marking and individual recognition techniques for amphibians and reptiles. Responsibility Animal marking. Amphibians. Reptiles. Bibliographic information. Publication date Title Variation Marking and individual recognition techniques for amphibians and reptiles Series Herpetological circular ; no.

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Herpetological Circular No. 35 Click here to purchase. Scientific and Standard English Names of Amphibians and Reptiles of North American North of Mexico, With Comments Regarding Confidence in our Understanding, Fifth Edition Click here to purchase.

A Review of Marking and Individual Recognition Techniques for Amphibians and Reptiles. Herpetological Circular No. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Salt Lake City, Utah.

72 pp. ———. Measuring and marking post-metamorphic amphib-ians. In C. Dodd, Jr. (ed.), Amphibian Ecology and Conserva-tion: A Handbook of File Size: KB.

Abstract. This chapter reviews methods of marking reptiles (other than snakes; see Spellerberg and Prestt, chapter 14) for ecological research. Marking methods or systems mentioned are those used for future identification of an individual in the hand or at a distance, and those used for identifying groups of individuals with common characteristics, for example age cohorts or all individuals.

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A review of marking and individual recognition techniques for amphibians and reptiles. Herpetological Circular No. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Salt Lake City. Funk, W. C., Donnelly, M. A., and Lips, K. Alternative views of amphibian toe by: Marking and individual recognition techniques for amphibians and reptiles: Responsibility: John W.

Ferner. Marking amphibians and reptiles for future identification Article in International Zoo Yearbook 19(1) - 22 December with 80 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

to: 1) test pattern recognition as a viable method of identifying individual Eastern Box Turtles; 2) to determining if top-down carapace, off-center carapace, or plastron photos were more diagnostic; and 3) to test the ability of a pattern recognition program to.

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Methods for marking New Zealand wildlife Amphibians, reptiles and marine mammals Ngaio J. Beausoleil, David J. Mellor, Kevin J. Stafford issues are discussed in the companion document entitled Marking amphibians, reptiles and marine mammals: animal welfare, practicalities and public be little point in using a marking method that allowed.

Ch 13 ( Book) Figure numbers and pages refer to old book unless stated otherwise. Mark Selection - animals must often be marked for individual recognition for a particular study. must meet professional and humane standards. must allow study objectives to be met.

things to consider before you decide on mark selection— period of time mark. Reptiles and Amphibians book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Smithsonian Handbooks are the most visually appealing guides 4/5. Individual identification techniques can be divided into two general categories: Those that are invasive and those that are not.

It is important to note that all techniques are not entirely full proof. All have failed under some conditions, and in invasive techniques, mortalities have occurred. Some invasive techniques File Size: KB. Advantages and disadvantages of different modes or marking animals - Biology bibliographies - in Harvard style Individual Recognition of Amphibians: Effects of Toe Clipping and Fluorescent Tagging on the Salamander Plethodon vehiculum Mellor, D., Beausoleil, N.

and Stafford, K., Marking amphibians, reptiles and marine mammals.Methods for marking New Zealand wildlife: amphibians, reptiles and marine mammals.

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