In 2000, a new species of treefrog was discovered by David Kizirian and Tapichalaca Rserve contributors, this species was named Hyloscirtus Tapichalaca and is known that is located only at Tapichalaca Reserve and is one of the rarest species of amphibians of Ecuador. Years later, a research team of Museo Ecuatoriano de Ciencias Naturales (MECN) developed some herpetological assessments since 2003 to 2013 at Jocotoco reserves. There has been found 339 species identified during their field work, there are included 100 endemic species and 80 endangered species. During this work it was generated al lot of scientific information that was broadcast in 14 scientific publications and had contributed to the knowledge of amphibians and reptiles of Ecuador Those publications have contributed with new species for the Ecuadorian herpetofauna and have included the description of three new species for the science: Glass Frogs (Nymphargus buenaventura and Teratohyla sornozai) and the Touzet’s woodlizard (Enyalioides touzeti). The information obtained at Canande Reserve was useful for the elaboration of the first regional compendium about biodiversity and reptiles and amphibians identification of Esmeraldas Choco. The information of amphibians and reptiles diversity of Fundación Jocotoco reserves, represents a significant contribution to the knowledge of these groups. Now, each reserve has a solid base for management of its areas and a monitoring system for threatened species to evaluate climate change of indicator groups. The info was compiled and published in the book: Herpetofauna en áreas prioritarias para la Conservación- El sistema de Reservas Jocotoco y Ecominga, that can be obtained in the foundation offices.