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Introduced Reptiles and Amphibians in Britain, with Particular Reference to Green Lizards (Lacerta viridis LAURENTI) and Edible Frogs (Rana esculenta L.) in North Kent

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Two introductions carried out during the 1960's in southeast England are described; one of green lizards and one of edible frogs. The subsequent fate of each introduction is given, and some factors affecting reproductive potential of these and other species at their northern limits of distribution are discussed.

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1981-01-01
2016-12-03

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