:the most up-to-date, accepted classifications of herp species with references to the most recent studies (that designated the classification? I know CNAH has a lot of the norther american species, but some of them seem questionable after hearing all of the responses to the E. obsoleta/allegheninensis (sp?) debate. I'd like to do a tax study when I hit grad school but I just want to see what has been done and what hasn't.
The EMBL Reptile Database has listings for all herp species, with references for many recent changes. Link is below.