Patrick J. Couper (born 1958) is a herpetologist in Queensland, Australia. Couper began his career at the Queensland Museum in 1984. He was initially employed in display construction, and became a research assistant in herpetology in 1986. Since 1993 he has been Curator of Reptiles and Amphibians at the Queensland Museum. He has described 47 new species of reptiles including six new genera. A major research focus has been leaf-tailed geckos that inhabit rainforest and rock habitats in eastern Queensland and New South Wales.

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  • Patrick J. Couper (born 1958) is a herpetologist in Queensland, Australia. Couper began his career at the Queensland Museum in 1984. He was initially employed in display construction, and became a research assistant in herpetology in 1986. Since 1993 he has been Curator of Reptiles and Amphibians at the Queensland Museum. He has described 47 new species of reptiles including six new genera. A major research focus has been leaf-tailed geckos that inhabit rainforest and rock habitats in eastern Queensland and New South Wales. A species of lizard, Lampropholis couperi, is named in honor of Patrick J. Couper. (en)
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  • Patrick J. Couper (born 1958) is a herpetologist in Queensland, Australia. Couper began his career at the Queensland Museum in 1984. He was initially employed in display construction, and became a research assistant in herpetology in 1986. Since 1993 he has been Curator of Reptiles and Amphibians at the Queensland Museum. He has described 47 new species of reptiles including six new genera. A major research focus has been leaf-tailed geckos that inhabit rainforest and rock habitats in eastern Queensland and New South Wales. (en)
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