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||Some aspects of the ecology and natural history of
keyserlingii, Strauch 1863 (Lancertia,
Sphaerodactylidae) from South Khorasan Province, Eastern Iran. 9(1): 58-65.
First record and range extension of Sistan racerunner,
Eremias fasciata (Blanford 1874)
(Sauria: Lacertidae) from Hormozgan Province, southern Iran. 9(1):
||A noteworthy record of translocation for
Emys orbicularis persica (Eichwald, 1831) in southern Iran. 9(1):
||Sexual Dimorphism of the Yassujian Lizard,
Apathya yassujica (Nilson et al, 2003) (Sauria: Lacertidae) from
Iran. 9(1): 42-48.
||A conservation reassessment of the Critically
Endangered, Lorestan newt Neurergus kaiseri (Schmidt 1952) in Iran.
||The amphibian fauna of Kurdistan Province,
Western Iran. 9(1): 31-35.
||First record of Apathya cappadocica
muhtari (Eiselt, 1979) (Sauria: Lacertidae) in Iran with its natural
history and distribution. 9(1): 26-30.
||Conservation status of the Kurdistan Newt
Neurergus microspilotus in Kermanshah and Kurdistan Provinces, Iran.
||Sustainable Management of the Iranian Plateau
Herpetofauna. 9(1): 1-15.
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||The Lizard Fauna of Al-Najaf Province,
Southern Iraq. 9(2): in
||First record and range extension of the saw scaled viper, Echis
carinatus sochureki Stemmler, 1969 (Squamata: Viperidae), from AL-Basra,
Southern Iraq. 9(2): 6-9.
|| On the occurrence and range extension
of the nominotypic form of the Arabian horned viper, Cerastes g.
gasperetii, Leviton and Anderson 1967, Ophidia: Viperidae, in central and
southern Iraq. 9(2):
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