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The amphibian and reptile collections at Auburn University include ca. 40,000 specimens. The collection focuses on the state of Alabama, but also includes series from other portions of the southeastern United States. Representatives of many North American species are present in the cataloged material as is a small collection of specimens from the Caribbean. The collections primarily are stored in alcohol, but include significant skeletal materials (primarily turtles), amphibian larvae, eggs, and photographs.
The Auburn University Museum makes its records available for scholarly research. These records may not be repackaged, resold, or redistributed in any form without the written consent of the director or curator of the collection. Use of these records in written or oral reports must acknowledge AUM as the source and AUM must be notified of such use. Auburn University and its staff are not responsible for damages, injury, or loss due to the use of these records.
Auburn University Museum – Herpetology Collections