Clyde at Carbarns

The Glasgow Naturalist 27
Supplement: Proceedings of Amphibians and Reptiles Conference

Edited by: Chris McInerny & Iain Wilkie


Editorial: The conservation of amphibian and reptiles in Scotland − the role of publishing
C.J. McInerny
Programme: The Amphibians and Reptiles of Scotland: current research and future challenges 3
Conference: The Amphibians and Reptiles of Scotland: current research and future challenges J.R. Downie 7
Towards an evidence-based approach for road mitigation schemes for amphibians and reptiles in the U.K. − a review S.O. Petrovan 9
The secret life of the adder (Vipera berus) revealed through telemetry N. Hand 13
Great crested newt (Triturus cristatus) populations are not one and the same: Scottish newts respond differently to Habitat Suitability Index (HSI) and abiotic factors
L.R. Harper, J.R. Downie & D.C. McNeill
SuDS and amphibians − are constructed wetlands really benefitting nature and people?
D.O’Brien, J. Hall, A. MirĂ³, M. Rae & R. Jehle
Mitigating the effects of a road on amphibian migrations: a Scottish case study of road tunnels
I.D.C. Hill, C.A. Rossi, S.O. Petrovan, M. Hartup, F. Clark & J.R. Downie
Long-term monitoring for adders: an evolving methodology R.J. Hodges & C. Seabrook 37
Scottish Dragon Finder evaluation V. Larcombe & J. Stead 45
Linking water quality with amphibian breeding and development: a case study comparing natural ponds and Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS)in East Kilbride, Scotland R.J. Bird, E. Paterson, J.R. Downie & B.K. Mable 49
The study and conservation of adders in Scotland C.J. McInerny 67
A study of the reptile populations in the Shielhill Glen, Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park, Scotland K. McMillan 73
Developing a strategy for the terrestrial amphibians and reptiles of Scotland R. Raynor 75
Consultation on SNH draft amphibian and reptile strategy D.C. McNeill 77
Infectious disease threats to amphibian conservation A.A. Cunningham 81

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