Herpetofauna Großbritanniens

Feb 28, 2015 by     Posted under: Allgemein

Literaturliste, Herpetofauna und Lebensräume Großbritanniens (Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien und Nordirland)

Lissotriton helveticus helveticus, Männchen in Wassertracht, Ceremonial County Dorset, South West England, 05.04.2005, Foto F. Holmes & Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust (ARC).

Lissotriton helveticus helveticus, Männchen in Wassertracht, Ceremonial County Dorset, South West England, 05.04.2005, Foto: F. Holmes & ARC.

Lebensraum Lissotriton helveticus helveticus, Ceremonial County Dorset, South West England, 08.08.2010, Foto C. Dresh & ARC.

Lebensraum Lissotriton helveticus helveticus, Ceremonial County Dorset, South West England, 08.08.2010, Foto: C. Dresh & Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust (ARC).

  • Arnold, H. R. (1995): Atlas of amphibians and reptiles in Britain. – ITE research publication no. 10, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Natural Envioronment Research Council, HMSO Publications Centre, London, 40 p.
  • Beebee, T. J. C. (2013): Amphibians and Reptiles. – Naturalists’ Handbooks 31, Pelagic Publishing, Exeter, 170 p.
  • Beebee, T. J. C. & R. A. Griffiths (2000): Amphibians and Reptiles. A Natural History of the British Herpetofauna. – The New Naturalist Library, a survey of British Natural History, Harper Collins Publishers, London, 270 p.
  • Farren, A., Prodöhl, P. A., Laming, P. & N. Reid (2010): Distribution of the common lizard (Zootoca vivipara) and landscape favourability for the species in Northern Ireland. – Amphibia-Reptilia, 31(3): 387-394.
  • Inns, H. (2009): Britain’s Reptiles and Amphibians. A guide to the reptiles and amphibians of Great Britain, Ireland and the Channel Islands. – WILDGuides Ltd., Old Basing, Hampshire, 164 p.
Lebensraum und Laichgewässer von Lissotriton helveticus helveticus und Triturus cristatus, Torr’s Point an der Küste der Irischen See, Kirkcudbright, Council Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, 05.08.2013, Foto R. Bellstedt.

Lebensraum und Laichgewässer von Lissotriton helveticus helveticus und Triturus cristatus, Torr’s Point an der Küste der Irischen See, Kirkcudbright, Council Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, 05.08.2013, Foto: R. Bellstedt.

  • Langton, T. E. J. & D. Ovenden (1989): Snakes and Lizards. British Natural History Series. – Whitted Books, London, 125 p.
  • Pickett, J. (1986): Notes on the Reptiles and Amphibians of Epping Forest, past, present and future. – The Britisch Herpetological Society Bulletin, 17: 37-45.
  • Simms, C. (1970): Lives of British Lizards. – Goose, Norwich, 128 p.
  • Smith, M. A. (1973): British Amphibians and Reptiles. – 5th Edition, Harper Collins Publishers, London, 322 p.
  • Spellerberg, I. F. (1986): Conservation of Reptiles in Britain and their Role in Monitoring Changes in Biological Sastems. – pp. 747-753 in: Z. Roček (Ed.) (1985): Studies in Herpetology. – Proceedings of the European Herpetological Meeting (3rd Ordinary General Meeting of the Societas Europaea Herpetologica) Prague, August 19-23 1985. – Charles University, Prague.
  • Taylor, R. H. R. (1963): The distribution of amphibians and reptiles in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland and the Channel Isles: a revised survey. – Britisch Journal of Herpetology, 3(5): 95-115.
  • Tonge, S. (1986): The Herpetofauna of Jersey. – The British Herpetological Society Bulletin, 17: 18-21.
  • Wildlife Advisory Branch (1983): The Ecology and Conservation of Amphibians
    and Reptiles endangered in Britain. – Nature Conservancy Council, London, 93 p.
Lacerta agilis agilis, Männchen, Ceremonial County Dorset, South West England, 26.04.2010, Foto N. Moulton & ARC.

Lacerta agilis agilis, Männchen, Ceremonial County Dorset, South West England, 26.04.2010, Foto: N. Moulton & ARC.

Coronella austriaca austriaca, Ceremonial County Dorset, South West England, 12.04.2004, Foto N. Armour-Chelu & ARC.

Coronella austriaca austriaca, Ceremonial County Dorset, South West England, 12.04.2004, Foto: N. Armour-Chelu & ARC.

  • Wilkinson, J. W. & R. A. Griffiths (2013): Amphibian declines and conservation in Britain. – pp. 48-57 in: Heatwole, H. & J. W. Wilkinson (Eds.): Amphibian Biology. Status of Conservation and Decline of Amphibians: Eastern Hemisphere, Part 3 Western Europe. – Pelagic Publishing, Exeter.
  • Wisniewski, P. J. (1984): Distribution of Amphibians and Reptiles in Glamorgan, South Wales. – The British Herpetological Society Bulletin, 9: 29-34.
  • Wisniewski, P. J. (1989): Newts of the British Isles. – Shire, England, 20 p.

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Lebensraum von Lacerta agilis agilis und Coronella austriaca austriaca, Ceremonial County Dorset, South West England, 20.04.2008, Foto N. Moulton & ARC.

Lebensraum von Lacerta agilis agilis und Coronella austriaca austriaca, Ceremonial County Dorset, South West England, 20.04.2008, Foto: N. Moulton & ARC.

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