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For the past nine years, Herpetological Conservation and Biology has operated as a ghost of modern, profit-driven, publishers and societies. Simply put, we did not exist. In 2006, we identified a need for a journal that would consider peer-reviewed manuscripts focused on applied ecology, biology, conservation, and even natural history (Bury et al. 2006). We then created an online journal and set about publishing. As with most successful endeavors, Herpetological Conservation and Biology hasfatcat:xacowuyeuzgendzqkehtkj2bja