|I recently received my Master of Science degree in biology from the University of Nebraska. I received my Bachelors of Science degree in zoology at the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. I am an amateur photographer and am particularly interested in caudates and chelonians. I am also interested in anthropogenic effects on amphibians.|
|Special interests: I am particularly familiar with eastern amphibians and have considerable experience in Ohio, South Carolina, West Virginia, and Nebraska herpetofauna.|
|Total Photos Contributed: 388 [View all photos] or [See a list of all photos] or [View most recent photos]|
|Email address for Michael Graziano:
graziano.6[AT]osu.edu (Replace the [AT] with the @ symbol before sending an email.)|
I am mainly interested in caudates and chelonians, not only in the field, but also in their captive reproductive and husbandry.|
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