The Use Of A Lacertid Lizard As A Model For Reptile Ecotoxicology Studies - Part 1 Field Demographics And Morphology

Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd
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Chemosphere, 2012, 87 (7), pp. 757 - 764
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At the European level, lacertid lizards have been proposed as potential model species for reptile ecotoxicology. We studied demographic and morphological aspects of natural field subpopulations of Podarcis bocagei inhabiting similar agricultural habitats
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