Population profile of an introduced species , the common wall lizard ( Podarcis muralis ) , on Vancouver Island , Canada

@inproceedings{Allan2006PopulationPO,
  title={Population profile of an introduced species , the common wall lizard ( Podarcis muralis ) , on Vancouver Island , Canada},
  author={G. M. Allan and Christopher J. Prelypchan and Patrick T. Gregory},
  year={2006}
}
Introduced species represent one of the greatest potential threats to persistence of native species. Therefore, it is important to understand the ecology of introduced species in order to develop appropriate mitigation strategies if required. In this study, using data collected in 1992–1993, we describe some fundamental population attributes of common wall lizards, Podarcis muralis (Laurenti, 1768), of Italian origin, introduced near Victoria, British Columbia, in the early 1970s. Male and… CONTINUE READING
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