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Neue Felseneidechsen (Reptilia: Lacertidae) aus dem Kaukasus und aus der Türkei

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Zusammenfassung. Präsentation von Lacerta rudis svanetica ssp. nov. vom Südabfall der zentralen Kaukasus-Hauptkette in Nordwest-Grusinien einschließlich einer isolierten Population in Nordwest-Abchasien und von Lacerta parvula adjarica ssp. nov. von der türkischen Schwarzmeerküste samt ihrem Hinterland zwischen Trabzon und Batumi sowie im (Çoruh- (Tschoroch-)tal ab Borçka, in Adjarien und in den angrenzenden Gebieten Grusiniens zwischen Meria (SE Poti) und Borzomi; bei Bakuriani existiert ein isoliertes Vorkommen.

Affiliations: 1: Zoologisches Institut, Akademie der Wissenschaften, SU-199 164 Leningrad, UdSSR; 2: Herpetologische Sammlungen, Naturhistorisches Museum, Postfach 417, A-1014 Wien, Austria


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