N. B. Ananjeva, N. L. Orlov, R. G. Khalikov, I. S. Darevsky, S. A. Ryabov, A. V. Barabanov Colored Atlas of the Reptiles of the North Eurasia (taxonomic diversity, distribution, conservation status) [in Russian with English Preface] Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Saint-Petersburg, Russia. 2004. 232 pp. 510 ill.
Colored Atlas of the Reptiles of the North Eurasia (taxonomic diversity, distribution, conservation status) presents uptodate information on all species and subspecies of turtles (7 species), lizards (112 species) and snakes (74 species) inhabiting the territories of the former Soviet Union and Mongolia. Detailed geographic distribution information, with schematic maps, data on type localities and conservation status (IUCN and regional Red lists, CITES) are included in each species account. The present Atlas can be used as illustrated reference manual of the reptiles of North Eurasia.
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Duguet, R. & Melki, F. (Eds.) (2003) Les Amphibiens de France, Belgique et Luxembourg. Collection Parthénope, éditions Biotope, Méze (France). 480 pp. ISBN: 2-9510379-9-6
Claudia Corti & Pietro Lo Cascio, 2004. - Fifth International Symposium on the Lacertids of the Mediterranean Basin. Lipari, Aeolian Islands, Sicily, Italy. 7 - 11 May 2004, Abstracts. Firenze University Press, Firenze, 55pp.
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Corti, Claudia & Pietro Lo Cascio, 2002. - The Lizards of Italy and Adjacent Areas. [Frankfort Contributions to Herpetology, Vol. 14] Frankfurt am Main 2002, 165 pp.
Razzetti E. & Msuya C.A. 2002. - Field guide to the amphibians and reptiles of Arusha National Park. Istituto Oikos - TANAPA, Varese, 84 pp.
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