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Issue 11, Volume 6, Number 2
records of the Diced snake (Natrix
tessellata), in the Suez Canal zone and
Sinai. Adel A. Ibrahim. 6(2):2-4(e42).
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Summary: Ten years of
herpetological surveys in the Suez Canal zone revealed that Natrix tessellata was most
common in fresh water irrigation canals. It is recorded herein for the first time in Port
Said and Suez provinces and discovered in Sinai.
Read. 2012. Craig
Hassapakis. Amphibian and Reptile
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||Summary: “Books to
Read” is Amphibian and Reptile Conservation’s recommended book section that presents and publicizes
books related to the “Sustainable Management of Amphibian and Reptile
Biodiversity” and related topics.
Summary: Between 2008 and 2010 we detected 53% of the Endangered and 56% of the Critically
Endangered amphibian species that have previously been reported from the Cordillera Central of western Panama. We
also found species that have not been detected in Panama for many years and report newly discovered populations.
There is a need to create a new protected area in the Cerro Colorado area of the Serranía de Tabasará, where we
found 15% of the Endangered and Critically Endangered amphibian species known to Panama.