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herpetofauna of the Weipa region, Cape York Peninsula

Elizabeth E. Cameron

herpetofauna of the Weipa region, Cape York Peninsula

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Published by Australian Museum in Sydney South, NSW, Australia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • Weipa Region (Qld.),
  • Cape York Peninsula (Qld.)
    • Subjects:
    • Amphibians -- Australia -- Weipa Region (Qld.),
    • Reptiles -- Australia -- Weipa Region (Qld.),
    • Amphibians -- Australia -- Cape York Peninsula (Qld.),
    • Reptiles -- Australia -- Cape York Peninsula (Qld.)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementE.E. Cameron & H.G. Cogger.
      SeriesTechnical reports of the Australian Museum,, no. 7
      ContributionsCogger, Harold G.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL663.A1 C35 1992
      The Physical Object
      Pagination200 p. :
      Number of Pages200
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1208630M
      ISBN 100730599752
      LC Control Number94204042
      OCLC/WorldCa27199203

      Hope to take better pics vs. This site is hosted by HYLA without any further strict affiliation. First report is on a trip to the Danube delta, preparing us for our trip through that area. Also, rain.

      Furthermore, some have crappy pictures, which I will hopefully replace in the future. Over a period of 10 days, we will try to admire at least all the endemic species of the Tyrrhenian islands. No 'new' species on my menu, yet an astonishing destination. That's it for this year.

      Included: boat trip to see Podarcis levendis on the tiny islet Pori, north of Antikythira. For example, bats are also mammals, but they are regarded as similar to reptiles or invertebrates. The first endemic snake and frog were described by Lesson infollowed by Schlegel's description of the first endemic lizard in A more relaxed trip than usual, but we surprisingly easily managed to find everything on the species list of this beautiful island, including a fantastic total of 11 'Algerian' False Smooth Snakes Macroprotodon cucullatus. More reports to follow. The island of New Guinea is often likened to the shape of a bird, with the head consisting of the Vogelkop Peninsula in the far Northwest and the Southeastern Peninsula comprising the tail.


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Herpetofauna of the Weipa region, Cape York Peninsula book

Wall skink Cryptoblepharus virgatus. Agras et al. Table of Contents. The island of New Guinea is often likened to the shape of a bird, with the head consisting of the Vogelkop Peninsula in the far Northwest and the Southeastern Peninsula comprising the tail.

This species was described just recently. We'll see if setting foot on two new continents might allow me to spot at least a lizard or two. In addition to that, he suggests that these fears may even be an evolutionary heritage. Those few of you who missed it so far, please enjoy the terrific website of the European Field Herping Communityas I have been doing for the last couple of months.

Each species account synthesizes and analyzes everything that is known about the animal's anatomy, behavior, geographic distribution, systematics, and evolutionary history and provides keys for identifying amphibians and reptiles in the field.

Received Oct 19; Accepted Feb 8. Background Not all animal species, whether endangered or not, are fortunate enough to be appreciated by humans.

Too lazy to take pictures of "regular" species but here's some stuff anyway. Taxa of special interest are the regional endemics, including the newly described Prokletije Rock Lizard Dinarolacerta montenegrina. In this regard, as a sub-part of ethnozoology, ethnoherpetological studies are even less common worldwide.

Currently, there are more than 1. I will fix it asap. In the 'Trip reports' section, a ' Jan's reports ' page with links to illustrated reports in Dutch by Jan Van Der Voort is now available.

The two have convergently evolved a very similar morphology, likely due to similar feeding habits, but differ in regard to detailed scale characteristics, pattern, and genetics. Participants were randomly selected in public places such as public squares, waiting rooms, schools, shops, cafes, and homes in the various locations of the study.

Will take a while before all is well again, though. Always lots of places and animals to explore and enjoy. Managed to find a pretty decent collection of herpetofauna. More reports to follow.

The Amphibians and Reptiles of Costa Rica: A Herpetofauna between Two Continents, between Two Seas

The 2 below portrayed newbies spotted, I'm back at the finish line of my pointless quest to see all European herpetofauna species except former Soviet areas - until the next splitter comes along.

Beware, Cretan snakes In Europe these types of studies are very rare [ 50 - 52 ] and in Portugal, apart from some anecdotal references in some herpetological publications or in old general ethnographic studies, there are also few studies on the topic [ 243536 ]. Psammodromus hispanicus s.I am honoured to have been asked to do a (re)read of the famous Falk and Dierking book The Museum Experience in anticipation of a revised version.

Given the nature of change in our world and the ways I report on stuff I decided I'll blog about it as I go.

The herpetofauna of the Weipa region, Cape York Peninsula. AM Journal Article. Herpetofauna Prepared by New York State Department of Environmental Conservation staff in cooperation with Cazenovia College and the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research in support of the Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy prepared for New York as required by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service's State Wildlife Grants Program.

Port of Weipa seagrass monitoring / Anthony Roelofs, Michael Rasheed and Ross Thomas; The herpetofauna of the Weipa region, Cape York Peninsula / E.E. Cameron & H.G. Cogger; Port of Weipa water and sediment quality monitoring baseline surveys January February / Larcom.

Jan 22,  · Information about the herpetofauna of the Dodecanese Island of Simi and the neighboring Islet of Sesklia was summarized based on recent herpetological trips by the first author and other herpetologists, as well as litera-ture data and a small collection of specimens from the Natural History Museum in Vienna.

From the literature. The Amphibians and Reptiles of Costa Rica will be an essential book for a wide audience of nature lovers, naturalists, ecotourists, field biologists, conservationists, government planners, and those interested in Central America more atlasbowling.com by: The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.