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Low genetic differentiation between populations of Podarcis sicula (Reptilia, Lacertidae) from the Italian islands off the coast of Campania and the mainland
The Italian wall lizard, Podarcis sicula (RafinesqueSchmaltz, 1810), is a morphologically variable species, widespread in Italy (Sardinia, Sicily and most of the Tyrrhenian and Italian Ionian andExpand
Mammals of Italy: an annotated checklist
1Envix Lab., Dept. Biosciences and Territory, Università degli Studi del Molise, Pesche, Italy 2Museo di Storia Naturale e Orto Botanico, Università della Calabria, Rende, Italy 3Wildlife ResearchExpand
Intraspecific morphological tooth variability and geographical distribution: Application to the Savi's vole, Microtus (Terricola) savii (Rodentia, Arvicolinae)
The Italian peninsula exhibits a very interesting and contrasted geographical pattern offering a good opportunity to study the relationship between morphological variability and environment. Savi'sExpand
Vertical distribution of the snow vole Chionomys nivalis (Martins, 1842) (Rodentia, Arvicolidae) in Italy
An analysis carried out on the altitudes frequented by the snow vole (Ckionomys nivalis) in Italy shows that this Rodent is more common above 1000 m ad. chiefly in the belt ranging be- tween 1501 andExpand
A CHECKLIST OF THE MAMMALS OF SMALL ITALIAN ISLANDS
Present knowledge on mammals of small Italian islands consists mainly of episodic records. In this paper we collect all available information about the distribution of wild mammals on 47 smallExpand
The Occurrence and Distribution of a Syndesmid (Turbellaria: Umagillidae) in Jamaican Sea Urchins
Turbellarians of the genus Syndesmis inhabit the coelom and digestive tract of echinoids. Unfortunately, little is known of the nature of the relations between these endosymbionts and their hosts.Expand
Comparative odontometrical analysis of the first lower molar in Microtus (Terricola) multiplex (Arvicolinae, Rodentia) from western Alps
The morphology of the first lower molar (M1) of Microtus (Terricola) multiplex (Fatio, 1905) was compared amongst 15 populations from the Alps (Switzerland, Italy, France). M. multiplex orientalisExpand
About the presence of Crocidura suaveolens group (Soricomorpha, Soricidae) on Astipalaia Island (Dodecanese, Greece)
The presence of Crocidura sp. on Astipalaia Island was shown, for the first time, in the nineties of the twentieth century. After the re-examination of the already available specimens and theExpand
Notes on the morphology of Podarcis sicula coerulea compared to other nearby islands and mainland populations of P . sicula
Podarcis sicula is widespread in Italy; it is mainly distributed in the peninsula and in Sicily where the species is eurytopic. A huge number of subspecies have been described. One of the most famousExpand
NOTES ON THE MORPHOLOGY OF PODARCIS SrcAIA , COERULEA , THE BLUE LIZARD OF THE FARAGLIONI DI CAPRI
P. sicula is a widespread species and a huge number of subspecies have been described (Henle K. and Klaver C.J.J. 1986, in Böhme W., Handbuch der Reptilien und Amphibien Europas, Band 2/II Echsen trIExpand
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