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Sex identification in juveniles of Lacerta vivipara Jane Lecomte, Jean Clobert, Manuel Massot Laboratoire d'écologie, U.R.A. 258 du C.N.R.S., Ecole Normale Supérieure, 46 rue d'Ulm, 75230 Paris Cedex 05, France Abstract. Sex of juveniles was identified by counting ventral scales in the lizard

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Authors: Dirk Bauwens and Chris Thoen

On the Determination of Sex in Juvenile Lacerta vivipara (Sauria, Lacertidae) Dirk Bauwens, Chris Thoen Universitaire Instelling Antwerpen, Veldbiologisch Station Kalmthout, Verbindingsweg, B-2180 Kalm- thout, Belgium Abstract. The number of transverse rows ofventral scales differs between male

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Annual Rhythmics of Lacerta vivipara JACQUIN and Lacerta agilis agilis L. (Sauria, Lacertidae) in the Netherlands G. J. van Nuland, H. Strijbosch Dept. of Animal Ecology, Catholic University of Nijmegen, Toernooiveld, 6525 ED Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Abstract.This article shows what method is

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Author: Thierry Pilorge

Régime alimentaire de Lacerta vivipara et Rana temporaria dans deux populations sympatriques du Puy-de-Dôme Thierry Pilorge Laboratoire de Zoologie, Ecole Normale Supérieure, 46 rue d'Ulm, F-75230 Paris CEDEX 05, France. Abstract. The diets of Lacerta vivipara and Rana temporaria were

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Sex Recognition by Males of the Lizard Lacerta vivipara: An Introductory Study Dirk Bauwens,1,2 Kees Nuijten,1,3 Henk van Wezel,1,3 Rudolf F. Verheyen2 Abstract The role of colour pattern and odiferous cues in sex identification by adult males of the lizard Lacerta vivipara was examined by

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Concentrations of Heavy Metals in Common Lizards (Lacerta vivipara) and their Food and Environment R. A. Avery, A. S. White, M. H. Martin and S. P. Hopkin Departments of Botany and Zoology, University of Bristol, Bristol BS8 IUG, U.K. Abstract. Specimens of the common lizard Lacerta vivipara

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Author: Sylvia Hofmann

stokesii , E. striolata and Tiliqua rugosa ) and common lizards ( Lacerta vivipara ). Thus, observations of close neighboured individuals of the common lizard that consist of differently or same-aged individuals at a given site may generate speculation about the relatedness structure of such combinations

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Homing behaviour of Lacerta agilis and Lacerta vivipara (Sauria, Lacertidae) H. Strijbosch, P. Th. J. C. van Rooy, and L. A. C. J. Voesenek Dept. Animal Ecology, Catholic University, Toernooiveld, 6525 ED Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Abstract. Displacements over distances of 70-150 m were carried

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Author: Benoit Heulin

Temperature Diurne d'Activité des Males et des Femelles de Lacerta vivipara Benoit Heulin Station biologique de Paimpont, 35380 Plelan le Grand, France Abstract. Mean body temperature (TC) of Lacerta vivpara ranges from 26°8 to 32° at Paimpont (France). There is a highly significant correlation

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Survie et incubation des oeufs dans deux populations ovipares de Lacerta vivipara Benoit Heulin1, Kirsten Osenegg2, David Michel1 1 Station Biologiquc de Paimpont, CNRS UA696, 35380 Plelan-le Grand, France 2 Museum Alexander Koenig, Department of Herpetology, 5300 Bonn, Germany Résumé. Lacerta

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