European Herpetological Society
Société européenne d'herpétologie
Societas Europaea Herpetologica (SEH)
1979-09-10 Bonn Germany FR
10-11 Sep 1979, Bonn (Germany FR), by herpetologists from 8 European countries. Registered 20 May 1980, Bonn.
Conduct and promote scientific research and nature conservation in the field of herpetology; ensure close collaboration among herpetologists, especially those in Europe; support efforts directed towards the conservation of amphibians and reptiles and their habitats and mapping of Palaearctic species.
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Ordinary General Meeting (every 2 years). Council (meets at least annually), consisting of President, Vice-President, General Secretary, Vice-Secretary, Treasurer, Vice Treasurer, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Co-Editors. Conservation Committee Chairman; Mapping Committee Chairman.
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