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Neftalí Sillero, Marco Amaro Oliveira, Pedro Sousa, Fátima Sousa and Luís Gonçalves-Seco

Introduction Species conservation is not possible without knowledge on biology and distribution. In order to achieve this purpose, chorological databases are essential (Sillero, Celaya and Martín-Alfageme, 2005 ; Loureiro and Sillero, 2010 ). The presentation of chorological information

Neftali Sillero, João Campos, Anna Bonardi, Claudia Corti, Raymond Creemers, Pierre-Andre Crochet, Jelka Crnobrnja Isailović, Mathieu Denoël, Gentile Francesco Ficetola, João Gonçalves, Sergei Kuzmin, Petros Lymberakis, Philip de Pous, Ariel Rodríguez, Roberto Sindaco, Jeroen Speybroeck, Bert Toxopeus, David R. Vieites and Miguel Vences

, or because database chairs decided not to collaborate in our compilation. No atlases or articles with chorological data are currently available for some of these countries, as far as we know. Calculating species richness for endemic European species only (i.e. excluding all species which have ranges

page (of course), Amphibia-Reptilia, About SEH, Atlas of amphibians and reptiles in Europe, Links to Euro- pean Herpetological Societies and the Books sec- tion. The total number of members of the HerpNet mail- ing list is slowly increasing year by year and now 569 herpetologists are listed while the

Eduardo García-Meléndez, Raquel Ribeiro, José Carlos Brito and Neftalí Sillero

.mde.es/publicaciones/sge/index_sge. Sillero, N., Celaya, L., Martín-Alfageme, S. (2005): Using GIS to Make An Atlas: A Proposal to Collect, Store, Map and Analyse Chorological Data for Herpetofauna. Rev. Esp. Herp. 19 : 87-101. Soares, C., Brito, J.C. (2007): Environmental correlates for species richness among amphibians and reptiles in a

Neftalí Sillero

., 2002; Sillero et al., 2005). The aim of these projects was to col- lect and analyse chorological data for amphibians and rep- tiles in the Iberian Peninsula. The priority was to sample the territory of Salamanca as inclusively as possible, and such roads were sampled only once. Records were collected

Pablo Muñoz-Rodríguez, David Draper Munt and Juan Carlos Moreno Saiz

information on plant diversity in the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands, was launched in 1999 and hosts about 2 million chorological records, mainly from bibliographical sources. On the other hand, Biota Canaria-Atlantis 3.1 ( www.biodiversidadcanarias.es ), created by the Canary Islands regional

to five revisions. As mentioned before, the Impact Factor (IF), as well as the 5 Years IF regularly increased for 10 years and now Amphibia-Reptilia is one of top herpetological journals. We must indicate that the publication of the Atlas in 2014 has a strong impact for the last two IFs, with 18

Skidmore, Brito, Toxopeus and Sillero

. 123 : 1-41. Sillero, N., Celaya, L., Martín-Alfageme, S. (2005): Using GIS to make an atlas: A proposal to collect, store, map and analyse chorological data for herpetofauna. Rev. Esp. Herp. 19 : 87-101. Smith, K.G. (2006): Patterns of nonindigenous herpetofau- nal richness and biotic homogenization

Danielle Defaye, Fella Hamaidi and Rachid Semroud

an altitude of about 435 m, the reservoir is directed southeast-northwest and constitutes the boundary of semi-arid and sub-humid bioclimatic areas. It receives its water from wadi Cheliff, which has its source in the Saharan Atlas and runs from the south to the north of the highlands of Algiers

Matthias Nuss, Ole Karsholt and Marc Meyer

lectotypes are designated. The taxo- nomic and chorological results indicate that the colonisation of the archipelagos took place by passive dispersal on the ocean surface currents and winds. Each archipelago has endemic scopariine species and the number of endemic species increases in proportion to growing