County Recorder: John Baker
A survey was run by Mark Jones, whilst based at SBRC between 1983 and 1986. SWT commissioned A Conservation Strategy for Reptiles and Amphibians in Suffolk from Herpetofauna International (T. Langton) in 1990. All recent (post-1980) records have been logged on RECORDER and are kept updated. There are currently over 15,200 records on the SBIS Database.
The Suffolk Amphibian and Reptile Group was launched in 1996 with the aim of species recording, site initiatives and landowner contact. Further information on National recording schemes can be found on the National Amphibian and Reptile Recording Scheme (NARRS) website.
There are over 7900 records of Amphibians on the SBIS database
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There are over 7300 records of Reptiles on the SBIS database
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The Reptiles of Suffolk. Rope, E. R. 1934 TSNS 2: 209.
A survey of the Reptilia and Amphibia of Suffolk. Jones, M. 1988 TSNS 24: 9.
Suffolk Amphibian and Reptile Atlas 2007. SBRC/SARG
Other papers from Suffolk Natural History
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Suffolk ponds and Great Crested Newt Triturus cristatus conservation: the national significance of Suffolk county analysis. T. Langton (2012)
Summer survey technique for Great Crested Newt Triturus cristatus. T. Langton (2010)
On the status of ponds and Great Crested Newt Triturus cristatus in Suffolk. T. Langton, G. Millins & C. Langton (2007)
Green/Water Frogs in Suffolk. J. Baker & R. Norton (2006)
First leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) stranding for Suffolk. Langton, T. E. S., Beckett, C. L. & Foster, J. P.
Albino Common Frog, Rana temporaria L. in Ipswich. Mendel, H.
Grass Snake at West Stow. Stebbings, R. E. (1988) p 99
Conservation of Reptiles and Amphibians. Steward, J. W. p 434
The Reptiles of Suffolk. Rope, E. R.
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