African Journal of Herpetology

African Journal of Herpetology is an interdisciplinary journal that publishes from diverse fields and disciplines (e.g., systematics, genetics, physiology, ecology, behavioural ecology, ethology, and morphology) that pertain to African reptiles and amphibians. The aim of the journal is to serve as an outlet for original research on the biology of African amphibians and reptiles. The journal appears biannually.

African Journal of Herpetology publishes original research articles (including reviews), short communications, commentaries, and book and software reviews. Anecdotal life history notes, range extensions, faunal lists, and teratological notes are not suitable for publication in the journal. Faunal lists are only considered when they include a biogeographical interpretation and the results are of broad zoological interest.