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» Magazine Magazine

Introduction Magazine is the only English language publication that deals exclusively with newts and salamanders.  First published in 2004, Magazine is written primarily for the enthusiast and the professional working with newts and salamanders in captivity.  The magazine's publishing schedule is bi-annual, with an Autumn issue and a Spring issue.  It is an electronic publication, but you are encouraged to print the magazine for your own personal use, or for a friend. Magazine can be requested via the ISSN system using ISSN number 1649-5934.

Article Submission

Please see an issue of the magazine for submission details.


Please note that this publication contains many photos and consequently it is a large file to download.  It is recommended that you save the file to your computer rather than just display it in your web browser.  This will allow you to view or print the magazine at your convenience.

Issue 1 - Autumn 2004:  Download PDF (5.26 MB - approx. 20 minutes download time via 56 kbps modem)

You will require Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to view and print the magazine.


Issue 1, Autumn 2004, 45 Pages (See Cover)

Table of Contents
An Introductory Message from John P. Clare 4
Photos from the last year 5
Leader Article Observations of Cynops ensicauda popei habitats in the subtropical rainforests of Yambaru, Okinawa, Japan
by Timothy Johnson
Triturus Special, Article 1 A Beginner's Guide to Breeding Triturus
by David Nash
Triturus Special, Article 2 Triturus boscai: a profile of Bosca's Newt in the Wild and its Maintenance in Captivity
by Yago Alonso Giménez
Triturus Special, Article 3 Keeping and Breeding the Southern Marbled Newt (Triturus pygmaeus)
by Sergé Bogaerts
Husbandry and Breeding of the Narrow-Striped Dwarf Siren (Pseudobranchus axanthus)
by Edward Kowalski
Clouded Futures: a short discussion of recent publications on the effects of climate change on species extinction
by Alan Cann

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