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user from Poland!

Postby Michal Szkudlarek » Sat Oct 22, 2011 8:45 pm

Hello everyone!
My name is Michal Szkudlarek, I was born in 1994. I am specially in interested in amphibians, slightly less in turtles and lizards. Actually I am learning at high school, would like to study herpetology after passing it. My other hobby is good music. I have published inter alia:
melanism apperance among Bufo bufo bufo
I. alpestris presence in centrum of Berlin (>100m.a.s.l.)
presence of 17cm total length T.cristatus in Poland
H. aborea tadpoles apperance in temporary puddle at croatian lowland
Here is a list of amphibians and reptiles that I have observed in the wild and pics of them:

Caudata (6):
Salamandra salamandra salamanadra
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Lissotriton graecus
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Lissotriton vulgaris vulgaris
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Ichthyosaura alpestris alpestris
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Triturus cristatus
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Proteus anguinus anguinus
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Anura (44):
Discoglossus sardus
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Discoglossus galganoi jeanneae
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Lankanectes corrugatus
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Nannophrys ceylonensis
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Bombina bombina
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Bombina variegata variegata
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Pelobates fuscus fuscus
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Adenomus kelaartii
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Duttaphrynus cf. scaber
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Duttaphrynus melanostictus
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Bufo bufo bufo
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Bufo spinosus
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Pseudepidalea viridis viridis
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Epidalea calamita
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Polypedates leucomystax
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Polypedates maculatus
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Hyla meridionalis
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Hyla arborea arborea
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Hyla arborea arborea cf. orientalis
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Hyla sarda
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Pseudophilautus sordidus
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Pseudophilautus sp.
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Rana temporaria temporaria
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Rana temporaria temporaria var. striata
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Rana arvalis arvalis
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Rana dalmatina
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Euphlyctis hexadactylus
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Pelophylax lessonae
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Pelophylax kl. esculentus
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Pelophylax ridibundus ridibundus
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Pelophylax ridibundus kurtmuelleri
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Pelophylax perezi
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Pelophylax saharicus
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Pelophylax bedriagae
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Hylarana aurantiaca cf. temporalis
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Hylarana temporalis
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Hylarana erythraea
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Hoplobatrachus crassus
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Hoplobatrachus rugulosus
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Limnonectes sp.
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Limnonectes cf. taylori
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Fejervarya syhadrensis
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Fejervarya limnocharis.
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Kaloula pulchra
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Ramanella obscura
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Chelonii (16)
Chelonia mydas
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Caretta caretta caretta
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Testudo hermanni boettgeri
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Testudo hermanni hercegoviencis
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Emys orbicularis hellenica
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Emys obicularis capolongi
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Pseudemys concinna
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Trachemys scripta scripta
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Trachemys scripta troostii
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Trachemys scripta elegans
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Mauremys rivulata
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Mauremys leprosa leprosa
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Malayemys macrocephala
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Hieremys annandalii
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Melanochelys trijuga thermalis
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Cuora amboinensis
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Sauria (60):

Varanus bengalensis
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Varanus salvator salvator
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Varanus salvator macromaculatus
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Lyriocephalus scutatus
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Ceratophora stoddarti
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Calotes calotes
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Calotes versicolor
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Otocryptis wiegmanni
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Laudakia stellio cypriaca
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Tarentola delalandii
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Tarentola mauritanica mauritanica
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Tarentola angustimentalis
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Tarentola boettgeri
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Gehyra mutilata (?)
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Cyrtopodion kotschyi fitzingeri
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Hemidactylus parvimaculatus
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Hemidactylus turcicus
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Hemidactylus platyurus
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Hemidactylus frenatus
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Hemiphyllodactylus typus
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Cnemaspis sp.
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Gecko gecko
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Psammodromus algirus algirus
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Acanthodactylus erythrurus erythrurus
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Acanthodactylus schreiberi schreiberi
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Ophisops elegans macrodactylus
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Ophisops elegans schlueteri
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Teira dugesii dugesii
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Algyroides nigropunctatus
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Algyroides fitzingeri
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Anatololacerta pelasgiana
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Phoenicolacerta troodica
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Archaeolacerta bedriagae paessleri
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Lacerta trilineata major
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Lacerta viridis
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Lacerta viridis cf. trilineata
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Lacerta agilis argus
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Lacerta agilis argus var. erythronotus
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Gallotia stehlini
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Gallotia galloti palmae
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Gallotia galloti galloti
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Gallotia galloti eisentrauti
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Gallotia atlantica mahoratae
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Gallotia atlantica atlantica
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Dalmatolacerta oxycephala
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Zootoca vivipara vivipara
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Podarcis vaucheri
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Podarcis siculus campestris
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Podarcis siculus siculus
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Podarcis muralis muralis
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Podarcis muralis maculiventris
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Podarcis tiliguerta tiliguerta
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Podarcis melisellensis fiumanus
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Eutropis sp.
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Trachylepis vittata
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Chalcides viridanus viridanus
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Chalcides ocellatus tiligugu
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Chalcides ocellatus ocellatus
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Chalcides sexlineatus sexlineatus
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Eutropis carinata
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Anguis fragilis fragilis
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Serpentes (14)

Coronella austriaca austriaca
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Aspidura trachyprocta
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Hierophis gemonensis
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Hemorrhois hippocrepis hippocrepis
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Malpolon monspessulanus monspessulanus
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Dendrelaphis tristis
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Hierophis viridiflavus viridiflavus
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Natrix natrix natrix
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Natrix natrix persa
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Natrix tessellata
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Natrix maura
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Telescopus fallax cyprianus
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Ahaetulla nasuta
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Trimeresurus trigonocephalus
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ALL= 140
Greetings!
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Re: user from Poland!

Postby Gerald Ochsenhofer » Sun Oct 23, 2011 9:56 am

Hi & welcome!
When someone refers to studying herpetology, i always have to think about this ( http://www.herpetology.be) program and "Field Trip Herpetology ... 9 ECTS" *drool* :D
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Re: user from Poland!

Postby Sjuul Verhaegh » Sun Oct 23, 2011 10:03 am

Welcome here Michal!

You have already a nice list!

Greetings,
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Re: user from Poland!

Postby Mario Schweiger » Mon Oct 24, 2011 7:38 am

Hi Michal,

nice to have you here - and a good list of herps allready seen.
But I´m woundering - Pelophylax saharicus in the wild, and no other herp species of N Africa?

Maybe you would like to share your publications?
If yes, please mail them (PDF) to me (admin(at)fieldherping.eu).
I will put them into the online DB.

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Re: user from Poland!

Postby Michal Szkudlarek » Thu Oct 27, 2011 4:23 pm

Greet All
Thanks for welcome and kind words. Dear Mario, Pelophylax saharicus I photographed in Tunisia three years ago during culture tourism trip (El Djem etc.) with my folks. Then I have seen also some of local herpetofauna but not in natural conditions. The natives were catching inter alia Greek tortoises and- if I remember rightly- chameleons and they were rambling on the beaches offering tourists to take a photograph together with a reptile for money. At the bazaar You could see awful scenes- multitude of killed reptiles as tourist souvenirs and wild catched Greek tortoises for sale under horrible conditions. Here are some photos from that trip:
habitat of Pelophylax saharicus- puddle upon waterfall and stream in desert mountains:
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vegetation at further part of that stream and desert around:
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hills at habitat of Pelophylax saharicus:
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and frogs themselves:
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tadpole of Pelophylax saharicus:
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And mentioned reptiles from bazaar...
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As to publications- I was referring to photographs.
I have also a question- could You send me a publication that You were basing on during noting on vipersgarden datebase that Rana a. wolterstorffi occur in Poland? Is this subspecies whatsoever still accepting?
Greetings
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Re: user from Poland!

Postby Bobby Bok » Thu Oct 27, 2011 5:22 pm

Hate to see those kind of scenes and seeing animals under these conditions! But welcome here Michael!
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Re: user from Poland!

Postby Mario Schweiger » Thu Oct 27, 2011 6:55 pm

Your "Greek Tortoises" are Testudo graeca, or if you like all these species splittings Furculachelys nabeulensis :lol:

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Re: user from Poland!

Postby Jeroen Speybroeck » Sat Oct 29, 2011 10:15 am

Mario Schweiger wrote:Furculachelys nabeulensis


This is new to me. Do you have a source for that name, Mario?
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Re: user from Poland!

Postby Mario Schweiger » Sat Oct 29, 2011 2:09 pm

For sure ;)
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Re: user from Poland!

Postby Jeroen Speybroeck » Sat Oct 29, 2011 2:31 pm

Mario Schweiger wrote:For sure ;)
PDF-0362


You're the best.
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