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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

@article{Biaggini2009LowGD,
  title={Low genetic differentiation between populations of Podarcis sicula (Reptilia, Lacertidae) from the Italian islands off the coast of Campania and the mainland},
  author={M. Biaggini and Valeria Nulchis and M. Carretero and R. M. Cipolla and C. Corti and A. Nappi and D. Harris},
  journal={Belgian Journal of Zoology},
  year={2009},
  volume={139},
  pages={169-172}
}
  • M. Biaggini, Valeria Nulchis, +4 authors D. Harris
  • Published 2009
  • Biology
  • Belgian Journal of Zoology
  • 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 and Adriatic islands included), Corsica and the northern part of the east Adriatic coast (Slovenia, Croatia and many Dalmatian islands and part of Montenegro). Naturalized populations are found in Spain, Portugal, France, Turkey and USA (1). It is found on multiple small islands throughout its range, most… CONTINUE READING

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