Please note: If you are not directly involved with captive conservation programs for amphibians, we ask that you consider searching for any information you need on our web site, or using an internet search engine rather than contacting the people below. Due to their existing workloads, these people are unable to answer emails that are not from people involved with captive amphibian programs. Please consider using these other resources to find the help you need: Amphibian Husbandry, Chytrid Fungus, AArk Documents, Amphibians on the Web.
Dr. Karthikeyan Vasudevan - India
I am a scientist at the Department of Animal Ecology and Conservation Biology at the Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun. I have been involved in field research of reptiles and amphibians in India for more than fifteen years.
My research interests are identifying drivers of herpetofaunal endemism, ecology of endangered herp species, development of field techniques for the study of rare and endangered species. I am presently the Co-Chair of the Amphibian Specialist Group for South Asia region excluding Sri Lanka.