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Molecular phylogeny of the Eremias persica complex of the Iranian plateau (Reptilia: Lacertidae), based on mtDNA sequences
The Persian racerunner Eremias persica Blanford, 1875 is confined to the Iranian plateau, and forms one of the most widespread but rarely studied species of the family Lacertidae. With many localExpand
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Molecular phylogeny of selected Old World Astragalus (Fabaceae): incongruence among chloroplast trnL‐F, ndhF and nuclear ribosomal DNA ITS sequences
This study reports maximum parsimony and Bayesian phylogenetic analyses of selected Old World Astragalus using two chloroplast fragments including trnL-F and ndhF and the nuclear ribosomal internalExpand
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New insights into the taxonomy of the skittering frog Euphlyctis cyanophlyctis complex (Schneider, 1799) (Amphibia: Dicroglossidae) based on mitochondrial 16S rRNA gene sequences in southern Asia
The Skittering frog ( Euphlyctis cyanophlyctis ) is considered to be a species complex distributed in southern and southeastern Asia. Genetic diversity and taxonomic status of populations acrossExpand
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Biodiversity Conservation of Reptiles and Mammals in the Khorasan Provinces, Northeast of Iran
The reptile and mammals fauna of North-East of Iran were investigated and the contraction and fragmentation of some species due to climatic changes and human activities were analyzed. The samplingExpand
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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
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Phylogenetic relationships of the gray-toad agama, Phrynocephalus scutellatus (Olivier, 1807), species complex from Iran.
The gray toad agama, Phrynocephalus scutellatus (Olivier, 1807) species complex is confined to the Iranian plateau, and forms one of the most widespread, but rarely studied species of the familyExpand
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The effects of climate change on the distribution of European glass lizard Pseudopus apodus (PALLAS, 1775) in Eurasia
The distribution area of Pseudopus apodus includes the Balkan, Crimean peninsulas, and Ciscaucasia region in Europe, and Asia Minor and the Middle East. This area has experienced a significantExpand
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A NEW SPECIES OF FROG-EYED GECKO , GENUS Teratoscincus STRAUCH , 1863 ( SQUAMATA : SAURIA : SPHAERODACTYLIDAE ) , FROM CENTRAL IRAN
In this study we present an analysis of morphological and molecular (COI mtDNA) variation within the genus Teratoscincus and describe a new species, Teratoscincus mesriensis sp. nov. from environs ofExpand
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Phylogenetic relationships among populations of Pristurus rupestris Blanford,1874 (Sauria: Sphaerodactylidae) in southern Iran
We examined intraspecific relationships of the subspecies Pristurus rupestris iranicus from the northern Persian Gulf area (Hormozgan, Bushehr, and Sistan and Baluchestan provinces). PhylogeneticExpand
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