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Verbreitung und Ökologie von Pelodytes caucasicus BOULENGER, 1896 in der Türkei

  title={Verbreitung und {\"O}kologie von Pelodytes caucasicus BOULENGER, 1896 in der T{\"u}rkei},
  author={Michael Franzen},
Distribution and ecology of Pelodytes caucasicus BOULENGER, 1896 in Turkey. The presently known distribution of Pelodytes caucasicus in Turkey comprises 14 localities within the eastern part of the coastal slopes of the Pontic mountain chain. The easternmost locality record (near Kars) needs confirmation. The species' vertical distribution ranges from near sea level to 1900 m a.s.l. Spawning sites of the Caucasian parsley frog are mostly densely overgrown, shallow parts of cool, slow moving… 
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