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Dr. Darrel Frost R.

Interdepartmental Laboratory

American Museum of Natural History

Direct Phone: (212) ***-****       

Email: f***@***.org

American Museum of Natural History

175 Central Park W Ste 208

New York, New York 10024

United States

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Since its founding in 1869, the American Museum of Natural History has advanced its global mission to explore and interpret human cultures and the natural world through a wide-reaching program of scientific research, education, and exhibitions. The instit ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Adjunct Professor
City University of New York

Adjunct Professor
Columbia University

President
Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles

Vice President
Association of Systematics Collections

Affiliations

Position In AUDIT COMMITTEE
History of the Society Committee

Board Member
The Center for North American Herpetology

Education

B.S.
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
University of Arizona

M.S.
Zoology
Louisiana State University

Ph.D.
Systematics and Ecology
University of Kansas

Web References (117 Total References)


Conference Directory (noframes version)

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Darrel Frost Department of Herpetology American Museum of Natural History Central Park West at 79th St. New York, NY 10024 USA +1 212 769 5852


1991 CHS HerPET-POURRI columns by Ellin Beltz

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Darrel Frost, Curator of Herpetology at the American Museum of Natural History, NY, was quoted on the topic of roach-eating geckos, "If you really have a roach problem, they will work OK, but you need to keep them warm. I don't really recommend the practice. Big pythons are natural predators of rats, but I wouldn't recommend that people buy pythons. I wonder if the reporter knew that Darrel was from Kansas when the article was titled "Lizard of AHS"? [New York Times News Service, November 15, 1990, contributed by William Burnett.]


navel gazing – en|Gender

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- from an interview with Darrel Frost, the chief herpetology curator for the American Museum of Natural History


ToL People for Life on Earth

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Darrel Frost


1991 CHS HerPET-POURRI columns by Ellin Beltz

ebeltz.net [cached]

Darrel Frost, Curator of Herpetology at the American Museum of Natural History, NY, was quoted on the topic of roach-eating geckos, "If you really have a roach problem, they will work OK, but you need to keep them warm. I don't really recommend the practice. Big pythons are natural predators of rats, but I wouldn't recommend that people buy pythons. I wonder if the reporter knew that Darrel was from Kansas when the article was titled "Lizard of AHS"? [New York Times News Service, November 15, 1990, contributed by William Burnett.]

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