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Herpetofauna of Albania
by Marton Szabolcs on 7/1/2014 at 18h09
I am working pretty hard with my friends on gathering all available data on the herpetofauna of Albania. We want to make an analysis on the species richness of the country. Now we have more than 3400 records in our dataset from all reptile and amphibian species occur in Albania. We georeferred the available literature, our own data and other data from observers. We looking for other observers who own data from there. If you were in Albania please share your field observations with us!
We also have an article wish list, please share if you have some of these:
Frommhold E 1959: ...
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