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Old 27th November 2007   #1 (permalink)
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FYI...

Here is a link to the Ohio Amphibian Research and Conseration Conference that will be held on March 15, 2008 in Columbus, OH.

http://www.ohioamphibians.com/meeting/

Here is the list of events
http://www.ohioamphibians.com/meetin...phibianMtg.pdf

There will be talks on hellbenders, spotted salamanders, Unisex ambystomids in ohio, four-toed salamanders in ohio, and many other intersting talks.



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I wonder if we ever have these in England.. I'd go



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I`ve added it to the caudata.org calendar. Thank you!



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Looks like I'm going back to Ohio - I did some research on the unisex Ambystomids 33 years ago...

Thanks for posting this!



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duktig wrote:
Looks like I'm going back to Ohio - I did some research on the unisex Ambystomids 33 years ago...


Will you be speaking?



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I went to the reptile version of this conference 2 years ago (they alternate reptiles, off year, amphibians, off year, reptiles...) and it is pretty good with like 45 minute synapsis of various projects around the state. If you can go longer sign up for the Wildlife Diversity Conference on Wednewday before put on by ther ODNR. http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/Portals/9...nouncement.pdf

Sometimes a few of the topics overlap but for the most part they are different.

Overall it is a good conference and if the weather is right the salamander migration will be taking place. Two years ago we found Tigers, Spotted and Smallmouth along with Spring Peepers, Leopard Frogs, Western Chorus, Green Frogs, Bullfrogs and American Toads by roadcruising the nights around the conference.

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There is a good chance that I will be going to this. I may not be able to do any road cruising or anything, but wouldn't mind putting some faces to the names. Just throwing it out there.



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