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Relations between temperature and incubation time for eggs of the Sand Lizard (Lacerta agilis L.)

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In connection with descriptions of incubation of reptile eggs it is often stated that the time of incubation depends on the temperature (ex. PORTER 1972). BLANCHARD and BLANCHARD (1941) inform about the connection between temperature and time of birth for garter snake (Thamnopsis sirtalis), but most other information is of more general character. In this experiment it is tried to determine the connections between temperature and time of hatching for an egg-laying species: Lacerta agilis L.

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1981-01-01
2016-12-03

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