Lacerta monticola

Lacerta monticola

4/26/2010 · A field and laboratory study was performed to analyse the role of excrement deposited on the substrate in intraspecific communication of the Iberian rock‐lizard (Lacerta monticola cyreni ).In the field, lizards selected specific sites on rocks to deposit faecal pellets, probably in order to facilitate visual location of pellets by conspecifics.Cited by: 72

Iberian rock lizard – Wikipedia

(Lacerta monticola astur, new subspecies). Mertens R (1929). "Zur Kenntnis der Eidechsenfauna Nordwest Spaniens". Senckenbergiana 11: 282-289. (Lacerta monticola cantabrica, new subspecies, p. 284). (in German). Last edited on 24 December 2020, at …

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iberolacerta_monticola

Iberian Rock Lizards (Lacerta monticola cyreni) Assess …

Lacerta monticola

A field and laboratory study was performed to analyse the role of excrement deposited on the substrate in intraspecific communication of the Iberian rock‐lizard (Lacerta monticola cyreni). In the field, lizards selected specific sites on rocks to deposit faecal pellets, probably in order to facilitate visual location of pellets by conspecifics. Differential tongue flick rates to chemicals …

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Iberian Rock Lizards (Lacerta monticola cyreni) Assess …

A field and laboratory study was performed to analyse the role of excrement deposited on the substrate in intraspecific communication of the Iberian rock‐lizard (Lacerta monticola cyreni ).In the field, lizards selected specific sites on rocks to deposit faecal pellets, probably in order to facilitate visual location of pellets by conspecifics.

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1439-0310.1998.tb00033.x

Iberian Rock Lizards (Lacerta monticola cyreni) Assess …

Read "Iberian Rock Lizards (Lacerta monticola cyreni) Assess Conspecific Information Using Composite Signals from Faecal Pellets, Ethology" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

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in the Iberian rock lizard, Lacerta monticola

The Iberian rock lizard (Lacerta monticola) is a small diurnal lacertid found mainly in rocky habitats of. 343 some high mountains of the Iberian Peninsula. Field studies of this species have shown that males defend ter-ritories including several females against other males.

https://www.jstor.org/stable/4602148

Population differentiation in scalation of the Iberian …

The rock lizard Lacerta monticola is a climatic relict confined to three mountain ranges and one coastal region of the Iberian peninsula. Scalation was studied in specimens from localities encompassing all major parts of its range. Population differentiation was analysed using analyses of variance, z‐transformations of within‐locality character‐correlations, canonical variate analyses …

https://zslpublications.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1469-7998.1993.tb02697.x

Iberolacerta monticola The Reptile Database

Lacerta monticola cantabrica — MERTENS & MÜLLER 1940 Lacerta monticola cantabrica — HENLE 1984 Lacerta (Iberolacerta) monticola cantabrica — SINDACO & JEREMČENKO 2008 Iberolacerta monticola cantabrica — KWET & TRAPP 2014 : Distribution: Portugal (Serra da Estrela), Spain (Cantabrian Mts., Galicia)

https://reptile-database.reptarium.cz/species?genus=Iberolacerta&species=monticola

Iberolacerta monticola (BOULENGER, 1905)

Boulenger, G.A. (1905) – Description of Iberolacerta monticola monticola. – In: “A contribution to the knowledge of the varieties of the Wall-Lizard (Lacerta muralis) in western Europe and North Africa”. – Transactions of the Zoological Society of London, 17: 351-420. ×

https://lacerta.de/AS/Taxon.php?Genus=31&Species=106

Locomotor capacity and dominance in male lizards Lacerta …

10/4/2002 · Abstract. Trade-offs between reproduction and survival are important determinants of life-history characteristics of lizards. Organisms cannot increase the alloCited by: 94

https://academic.oup.com/biolinnean/article-abstract/77/2/201/2639693