Hyla herpetološki bilten, Vol. 2015_No.1

Datum izdavanja:  srpanj 2015.

Naslovna Hyla 2015. No1 Small



Does the red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) breed in Turkey? (str. 4-10)

          Çicek, K., Ayaz, D.

          Short note

Interactions between Emys orbicularis and allochthonous turtles of the family Emydidae at basking places (str. 11-17)

          Kleewein, A.

          Original scientific paper

First survey on the invasive Pond slider (Trachemys scripta) in Bulgaria: historic development and current situation (str. 18-27)

          Tzankov, N., Popgeorgiev, G., Kornilev, Y., Natchev, N., Stoyanov, A., Naumov, B., Ivanchev, I.

          Original scientific paper

Investigating temperature tolerance in wild broods of Trachemys scripta elegans (Reptilia: Testudines: Emydidae) in Austria (str. 28-35)

          Kleewein, A.

          Original scientific paper

New data on the distribution and population density of the African Chameleon, Chamaeleo africanus and the Common Chameleon, Chamaeleo chamaeleon in Greece (str. 36-43)

         Dimaki, M., Chondropoulos, B., Legakis, A., Valakos, E., Vergetopoulos, M.

         Original scientific paper

Possible reproduction of the red-eared slider, Trachemys scripta elegans (Reptilia: Testudines: Emydidae), in Serbia, under natural conditions (str. 44-49)

         Đorđević, S., Anđelković, M.

         Short note

 First record of breeding of the alien turtle species Trachemys scripta elegans in the wild on the island of Krk, Croatia? (str. 50-52)

          Schweiger, M.

          Photo note

 Allochthonous species of Turtles in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (str. 53-64)

           Jelić, L., Jelić, D.

          Original scientific paper

Registered high mortality of allochthon Red-eared Sliders (Trachemys scripta elegans) in an artificial pond in Sofia, Bulgaria (str. 65-69)

           Stoyanov, A.

           Short note

 A survey on the presence of the invasive alien American bullfrog, Lithobates catesbeianus (Shaw, 1802) (Amphibia Anura Ranidae) in Latium (Central Italy) with reference to a possible infection of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis on Bufo bufo (str. 70-75)

            Grano, M., Cattaneo, C.

            Short note



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