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Le cycle sexuel des femelles chez Lacerta laevis Gray 1838 dans la montagne du Liban

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Le cycle sexuel des femelles de Lacerta laevis à 1800 m d'alt. (Mont-Liban) à été étudié chez 82 specimens adultes. La longueur du corps, mesurée de l'extrémité du museau à la fente cloacale varie entre 55 et 75 mm. 3 à 4 pontes ont été observées pendant la saison de reproduction. Les femelles sortent de l'hibernation en mars. La vitellogenèse commence au début de novembre, mais les accouplements ont lieu au printemps, une ou deux semaines avant chacune des ovulations successives. Le nombre d'oeufs varie entre 4 et 8. Les jeunes nouvellement éclos ont été observés vers le début de juillet.

Affiliations: 1: Université Libanaise Faculté des Sciences . Mansourieh El-Metn, B.P.72. Liban

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1987-01-01
2016-12-09

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