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Žagar, A., Cafuta, V., Drašler, K., Jagar, T., Krofel, M., & Lužnik, M., et al. (2013). A review of eleven short-term reptile surveys in the western balkans. Hyla, 2013(1), 3–21. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: agar2013
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Keywords: Amphibien - amphibians, Echsen - saurians, Gopherus polyphemus, Habitat - habitat, Schildkröten - turtles + tortoises, Schlangen - snakes, Südosteuropa - South-Eastern Europe, Testudinidae
Creators: Cafuta, Drašler, Jagar, Krofel, Lužnik, Ostanek, Petkovska, Planinc, Sopotnik, Vamberger, Žagar
Collection: Hyla
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Abstract     
Testudinidae Testudo hermanni Emys orbicularis Mauremys rivulata In this paper we present distributional data for reptiles from different localities in the Western Balkans. During an 11 year period (2002-2012) we collected new data in the frame of spring student research camps organized by the Biology Students’ Society (DŠB). Surveys were conducted by members of the herpetological groups that were mostly biology students. Surveys were located on five islands Dugi otok, Brač, Korčula, Mljet, and Pag, one peninsula Pelješac (Croatia), in the continental area around Kamenovo and Lake Skadar (Montenegro), Dojran Lake (Macedonia), at lower Neretva Delta (Croatia) and around Niš (Serbia). Altogether 34 different reptile species were recorded in the surveys. The species lists comprised of 7-22 different species per single locality. The highest reptile biodiversity was recorded around Dojran Lake in Macedonia.
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