Field Expeditions

Expeditions into the field is a tried and true cornerstone to herpetology.  Beyond the walls of the laboratory is where many herpetologist gather data, specimens, and synthesize ideas.  In keeping with this trend, herpetologist affiliated with the University of Texas at Arlington's  Amphibian and Reptile Diversity Research Center often embark upon sojourns into the field. Herpetologist from the University of Texas at Arlington visit a number of distant locations and foreign countries throughout North, Central and South America, Africa and Asia. Visits to these countries will result in the gathering of new information and materials useful towards conducting and facilitating herpetological research. 

Cloud forest habitat:  Mexico:  Hidalgo: near Tlanchinol                                                           Tropical rainforest habitat: Venezuela: Aragua: Henri Pittier National Forest                  Lowland rainforest Sula Kiam, Gracias a Dios, Honduras

 

 

Due to the high number of field expeditions we embark upon we do not have all of them featured here.  However, we do have some vignettes featuring highlights from some of our expeditions. Check back for additional features pertaining to our field expeditions.

Venezuela 2006 & 2007

Coahuila, Mexico 2007

Hidalgo, Mexico 2004

Honduran Mosquito Coast 2005

Ecuador 2008

Baja California Sur 2009

Central Texas Turtles above and below the water 2009