HerpCo’s scientific approach used both in the planning and during expeditions is key to increasing the success of our trips, and ensuring we gather valuable and publishable data. Our herpetological research has so far yielded publications with data from South America and Europe.
Plettenberg-Laing, A. 2021. Eyes bigger than the stomach? A record of the Eastern Montpellier snake, Malpolon insignitus (Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1827), predating an adult glass lizard, Pseudopus apodus (Pallas, 1775). Herpetology Notes, 14, pp. 361-363. LINK
Plettenberg-Laing, A. and Mee, G. 2020. Remarks on the diet of Dolichophis caspius (Gmelin, 1789) from Greece. Herpetology Notes, 13, pp. 989-991. LINK
Plettenberg Laing, A. 2020. Observations on the diet of the nose-horned viper (Vipera ammodytes) in Greece. Herpetological Bulletin, 153, pp. 37-39. LINK
Cacciali, P., Mee, G., Plettenberg Laing, A., Krause, D., Mclaughlin, C., Montgomery, R. and Smith, P., 2020. Morphological Re-Examination of the Endemic Paraguayan Snake Phalotris nigrilatus Ferrarezzi, 1993 (Serpentes: Colubridae: Elapomorphini), with Notes on Its Ecology and Conservation Status. Current Herpetology, 39(1), pp. 28-37. LINK
Plettenberg Laing, A., 2019. A multilocus phylogeny of the cobra clade elapids (MSc Thesis, Bangor University). LINK