Dr. William E. Duellman


Although broadly interested in biology of amphibians, much of my research centers on systematic studies of Neotropical amphibians and reptiles, principally frogs of the families, Centrolenidae, Dendrobatidae, Hemiphractidae, Hylidae, and Leptodactylidae. In addition I am working on the evolution of marsupial frogs and their allies with special emphasis on the diverse reproductive modes. I also study herpetofaunal assemblages in the neotropics. These endeavors commonly have been in collaboration with European and South American colleagues.

William E. Duellman
Curator Emeritus

Division of Herpetology
Natural History Museum & Biodiversity Research Center
1345 Jayhawk Blvd.—Dyche Hall
The University of Kansas
Lawrence, Kansas 66045-7561
Phone: (785) 864-2360
FAX: (785) 864-5335