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Some remarks on the distribution and habitat preferences of the Eremias strauchi kopetdaghica Szczerbak, 1972 (Sauria: Lacertidae) from the northeastern Iranian Plateau
The known distribution of the poorly known subspecies Eremias strauchi kopetdaghica Szczerbak, 1972 is restricted to the northeastern part of the Iranian plateau. Approximately 70 days of fieldworkExpand
Rare Birds in Iran in 19802010
Following on from the major reviews of rare birds in Iran during the periods 1860s�1960s (Roselaar & Aliabadian 2009) and 1967�1978 (Scott 2008), records of rare birds in Iran during the periodExpand
Habitat suitability and impacts of climate change on the distribution of wintering population of Asian Houbara Bustard Chlamydotis macqueenii in Iran
Summary We developed a habitat suitability model for wintering populations of the Asian Houbara Bustard Chlamydotis macqueenii in Iran and determined environmental variables affecting its occurrence.Expand
Easternmost record of Darevskia defilippii (CAMERANO, 1877) from Qarchaqe Protected Area, Kopet Dagh Mountains, northeastern Iran
During field survey on September 2009 in the northern part of Khorasan Razavi province, inside the Qarchaqe Protected Area, near Bajgiran city, one adult specimen of Darevskia defilippii was foundExpand
A new record of the Turkmenian Fat-Tailed Gecko, Eublepharis turcmenicus Darevsky, 1978, from north-eastern Iran (Squamata: Gekkonidae)
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The distribution and composition of white-toothed shrews (Mammalia, Insectivora) of the fauna of USSR and distribution of the species in the Balkans are studied. Expand
Preliminary assessment of distribution and population size of wintering Little Bustards Tetrax tetrax in Iran
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A preliminary assessment suggests the need for a nationwide survey of Little Bustards in Iran, emphasising in particular the western, south-western and central parts of the country that were overlooked in a study conducted in 2005/ 2006. Expand
The rediscovery of Strix butleri (Hume, 1878) in Oman and Iran, with molecular resolution of the identity of Strix omanensis Robb, van den Berg and Constantine, 2013
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This study augments the body of evidence for the recognition of S. butleri and S. hadorami as separate species and highlights the importance of using multiple evidence to study cryptic owl species. Expand
Applying species distribution models in public health research by predicting snakebite risk using venomous snakes’ habitat suitability as an indicating factor
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This paper demonstrates application of species distribution modelling in public health research and identified potentialSnakebite risk areas in Iran by using venomous snakes’ habitat suitability models as an indicating factor and recommends increasing public awareness of snakebite envenoming and education of local people in areas which identified with the highest snakebite risk. Expand
Distance to international border shapes the distribution pattern of the growing Little Bustard Tetrax tetrax winter population in Northern Iran
The Little Bustard Tetrax tetrax is a Near Threatened grassland bird that is fully migratory within its eastern population, wintering in large numbers across the south Caucasus and northern parts ofExpand
Developing snakebite risk model using venomous snake habitat suitability as an indicating factor: An application of species distribution models in public health research
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Results of this study can be used in snakebite and human–snake conflict management in Iran and recommend increasing public awareness of snakebite envenoming and education of local people in areas which identified with the highest snakebite risk. Expand
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