Harold (Hal) George Cogger is an Australian herpetologist. He was curator of reptiles and amphibians at the Australian Museum from 1960–1975, and Deputy Director from 1976–1995. He has written extensively on Australian herpetology, and was the first author to create a field guide for all Australian frogs and reptiles.
Cogger was made an honorary Doctor of Science 1997.
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- Harold G. Cogger. Reptiles and Amphibians of Australia. Sydney, AH & AW Reed. Revised edition, 1983. ISBN 0-589-50356-1 [1979 and subsequent editions]
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