IUCN/SSC Otter Specialist Group Bulletin

©IUCN/SSC Otter Specialist Group
Edited By: Dr Arno Gutleb
Online ISSN:1023-9030

The IUCN OSG Bulletin is the scientific journal of the IUCN/SSC Otter Specialist Group.

We publish peer-reviewed manuscripts containing information from original research that contributes to understanding of any aspect of the biology of the 13 otter species. Topics include investigations into physiology, ecology, conservation, status, diet, behaviour and can cover observations from the wild or animals in captivity.

The IUCN OSG Bulletin is indexed by: Scopus, Google Scholar, Scimago and EBSCO

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13 August 2022: Volume 39|(2) new paper added: Kahler, AC and Goldberg, CS (2022). Investigating the Distribution of the Smooth-Coated Otter (Lutrogale perspicillata) using Environmental DNA: Preliminary Results
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Current Issue: Volume 39 Issue 2

Smooth-Coated otter swimming in a curve, seen from above. Copyright Swanand Patil
Lutra lutra © H-H Krüger

Contents



Volume 38(A) (2021)
Lontra canadensis Bibliography 8th edition
A rock surrounded by rippling water. On the rock, a North American River Otter is holding a fish down with one paw while facing right with its mouth open; a second otter is climbing on top of it, and holding its left ear in its mouth  - copyright Nesime Askin (OERS)
Lontra canadensis ©Nesime Askin (OERS)
Volume 38(B) (2021)
Lontra longicaudis Bibliography 4th edition
Neotropical Otter looking up at the camera, forepaws on a muddy surface with a small flowering vine - copyright Oldemar C. Junior
Lontra longicaudis © Oldemar C Junior



Volume 37(A) (2020)
Lontra canadensis Bibliography 7th edition
A rock surrounded by rippling water. On the rock, a North American River Otter is holding a fish down with one paw while facing right with its mouth open; a second otter is climbing on top of it, and holding its left ear in its mouth  - � Nesime Askin (OERS)
Lontra canadensis ©Nesime Askin (OERS)
Volume 32 Issue B (2015)
A Bibliography On The North American River Otter Lontra canadensis
A rock surrounded by rippling water. On the rock, a North American River Otter is holding a fish down with one paw while facing right with its mouth open; a second otter is climbing on top of it, and holding its left ear in its mouth
Lontra canadensis - ©Nesime Askin (OERS)