Testudo graeca


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Noun1.Testudo graeca - small land tortoise of southern EuropeTestudo graeca - small land tortoise of southern Europe
tortoise - usually herbivorous land turtles having clawed elephant-like limbs; worldwide in arid area except Australia and Antarctica
genus Testudo, Testudo - type genus of the Testudinidae
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Trakya Yoresi'ndeki kaplumbagalarda (Testudo graeca) Hyalomma aegyptium (Lineaus, 1758)'un yayginligi.
in free-living European tortoises (Testudo hermanni, Testudo graeca, and Testudo marginata).
Officers from animal charity RSPCA Cymru were alerted after the spur-thighed (Testudo graeca) tortoise was found strolling up a pathway.
Pulmonary candidiasis caused by Candida albicans in a greek tortoise (Testudo graeca) and treatment with intrapulmonary Amphotericin B.
The turtle bonanza included shells from one spur-thighed tortoise (Testudo graeca) and three Middle Eastern terrapins (Mauremys caspica), plus bones from 17 Euphrates soft-shelled turtles (Rafetus euphraticus).
aegyptium ticks, during 2009-2010, we collected 56 adult ticks from 12 Testudo graeca tortoises at a locality near the city of Aflou in Laghouat Province, Algeria.
They will also be useful for sites with similar threats and problems faced by its cousin sub-species, including: Testudo hermanni boettgeri in the Balkans and Greece; Testudo graeca in the Middle East and North Africa; and Testudo horsfieldii in Turkey
The land-based reptiles of the Testudo hermanni and Testudo graeca species were in good clinical condition.
En Israel, Munro & Grosman (2010) encontraron grandes cantidades de restos oseos de Testudo graeca en un entierro ritual del Epipaleolitico Tardio (hace 12 mil anos).
First Record of Hyalomma aegyptium (Acari: Ixodida: Ixodoidea) from the Russian Spur-theighed Tortoise (Testudo graeca Nikoloskii) with an analysis of tick population dynamics.
unifilis, the Testudo graeca (HOLT, 1978) and the Geochelone carbonaria (PIZZUTTO et al., 2001), however the differences are quite clear when comparing with P.
en el 6.7% de las tortugas motelo fue menor de lo esperado en comparacion a otros estudios similares, donde poblaciones de tortugas terrestres presentaron porcentajes superiores al 10% (Corsalini, 1975) e incluso niveles de 79% en tortugas terrestres Testudo graeca y Testudo hermani (Pasmans et al., 2000).