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The Reptiles of Angola: History, Diversity, Endemism and Hotspots
This review summarises the current status of our knowledge of Angolan reptile diversity, and places it into a historical context of understanding and growth. It is compared and contrasted with knownExpand
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Rediscovery, range extension, habitat and phylogenetic relation of the endemic Scaled Sandveld Lizard Nucras scalaris Laurent, 1964 (Sauria: Lacertidae) in the central Angolan plateau
ABSTRACT The Scaled Sandveld Lizard Nucras scalaris Laurent, 1964 is a poorly known lacertid endemic to north-eastern Angola and is only known from the type series collected more than half a centuryExpand
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New Insights Into the Taxonomic Status, Distribution and Natural History of De Witte's Clicking Frog (Kassinula wittei Laurent, 1940)
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Kassinula is a monotypic genus of small frog in the family Hyperoliidae, only represented by Kassinula wittei. Expand
Rediscovery, taxonomic status, and phylogenetic relationships of two rare and endemic snakes (Serpentes: Psammophiinae) from the southwestern Angolan plateau.
Two rare and endemic psammophines (Serpentes: Psammophiinae) occur in Angola. The taxonomic status of Psammophylax rhombeatus ocellatus Bocage, 1873 and Psammophis ansorgii Boulenger, 1905 have longExpand
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Loveridge’s Angolan geckos, Afroedura karroica bogerti and Pachydactylus scutatus angolensis (Sauria, Gekkonidae): new distribution records, comments on type localities and taxonomic status
Steve Boyes and John Hilton of the Wild Bird Trust, administers of the National Geographic Okavango Wilderness Project (National Geographic Society grant number EC0715–15) during which WRB, WC, NB,Expand
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