herpetofauna

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herpetofauna

(ˈhɜːpɪtəʊˌfɔːnə)
n
(Zoology) zoology the reptiles and amphibians that inhabit a given area
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Filling these data gaps will help to evaluate the effects of environmental and climate-related changes on Alaska's herpetofaunal populations.
Aspects of ecology and threats to the habitats of three endemic herpetofaunal species on Negros and the Gigante Islands, Philippines.
(2017) Pathogen surveillance in herpetofaunal populations: guidance on study design, sample collection, biosecurity and intervention strategies.
Gymnodactylus walli (Ingoldby, 1922), Allopa hazarnensis (Dubois and Khan, 1979), Cyrtodctylus mintoni (Golubev and Szczerbak, 1981), Cyrtodactylus battalensis (Khan, 1993) and Cyrtodactylus dattanensis (Khan, 1980) were some new species added to the herpetofaunal list of Pakistan from the Province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
As the plant communities transformed their mosaic structures and responded to both climate and sea level changes, so too would the herpetofaunal species, especially the moisture-dependent amphibians.
Nevertheless, Mexico has the most significant herpetofaunal diversity and endemism in Mesoamerica with 864 species of reptiles, representing 75% of Mesoamerican reptiles (1,148 species [Wilson and Johnson, 2010; Wilson et al., 2013; Flores-Villela and Garcia-Vazquez, 2014]).
This paper provides the first comprehensive description of the herpetofaunal assemblage in the Lime Kiln Bay Wetland.
Herpetofaunal survey of the Pine Hills area of southern Illinois.