Volume 60 - 2023

 Issue 1

Contents Volume 60(1)



  • Geniez, P., D. Lutgen, Y. Hingrat, V. Rivière, M. Beddek, O. Peyre & P.-A. Crochet: Resolving the identity of Pallary’s Skink: a new taxon of the genus Chalcides (Squamata: Scincidae) from Morocco and Algeria. pp. 1-16. [PDF]
  • Neumann, A., M. Asztalos, U. Fritz & F. Glaw: A spotlight on the hybrid zone of grass snakes (Natrix helvetica sicula and Natrix natrix) in southern Bavaria – the Prien Valley. pp. 17-28. [PDF]
  • Harrer, S., P. Ginal, W. C. Tan, J. W. Binaday, A. C. Diesmos, R. Manalo, T. Ziegler & D. Rödder: Disappearing archosaurs – an assessment of established protected areas in the Philippines to save the critically endangered, endemic Philippine Crocodile (Crocodylus mindorensis). pp. 29-41. [PDF]
  • Rödel, M.-O., S. Bock, M. Ernst, F. Griesbaum, T. Lindner, A. Tartara, J. Penner & K. Neira-Salamea: Reproduction, development and morphological plasticity in the direct-developing frog Pristimantis rosadoi. pp. 42-50. [PDF]
  • Kehlmaier, C., U. Fritz & G. Kuchling: Show me your true face: How many Emydura species occur in the Mitchell River Drainage, Kimberley, Australia? pp. 51-59. [PDF]
  • Méndez-Tepepa, M., K. I. Medina-Bello, E. García-Nieto, L. Juárez-Santacruz, E. Ortiz-Ortiz, A. Pérez-Garzón, R. Limón-Delgado & S. R. Cruz-Lumbreras: The herbicide atrazine increases mucopolysaccharides and decreases the thickness
    of the epithelium of the frog Lithobates spectabilis (Ranidae). pp. 60-66. [PDF]
  • Velásquez-Trujillo, D. A., F. Castro-Herrera, S. Lötters & A. Plewnia: A new species of harlequin toad from the Western Cordillera of Colombia (Bufonidae: Atelopus), with comments on other forms. pp. 67-81. [PDF]



  • Ineich, I. & W. Böhme: Was it premature to declare the giant Tongan Ground Skink Tachygyia microlepis extinct? pp. 82-93. [PDF]
  • Canazas-Teran, A., G. Meza, B. Mestas, A. Morales, A. Oceguera-Figueroa, A. Catenazzi, R. von May & R. Santa-Cruz: Leeches (Hirudinea: Glossiphoniidae: Maiabdella batracophila and Helobdella sp.) associated with Andean water frogs (Anura:
    Telmatobiidae: Telmatobius) in southern Peru. pp. 94-103. [PDF]


Titel page:

Living Chalcides montanus pallaryi ssp. n. from Jbel Missour, Morocco. Photo: Y. Hingrat.

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