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“…These include collections that were or are unknown for different reasons (forgotten personal collections, unclassified or non-catalogued collections, etc.). This is the case for the recently reported upon herpetological collection of the Institute for Biological Research “Siniša Stanković” of the University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia (Džukić et al 2017). This collection currently contains 8213 specimens originating from 23 countries.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 84%
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“…These include collections that were or are unknown for different reasons (forgotten personal collections, unclassified or non-catalogued collections, etc.). This is the case for the recently reported upon herpetological collection of the Institute for Biological Research “Siniša Stanković” of the University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia (Džukić et al 2017). This collection currently contains 8213 specimens originating from 23 countries.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 84%
“…All material is stored in labelled single-species glass jars grouped by the country and region of origin in order to facilitate their cataloguing and future work with the collection. During 2011 and 2017 the material was revised and this collection is a result of this work (Džukić et al 2017). Whereas this collection from Afghanistan is not large and information regarding to the fauna of the country is important, all specimens were examined morphologically and photographed in detail.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…According to results of ten days field survey, 20 reptile species were recorded in the study area, what comprises about 55 % of reptile fauna in Montenegro (Jovanović 2009, Polović & Ljubisavljević 2010, Žagar et al 2013, Gvozdenović & Čavor 2015, Gvozdenović et al 2016, Verligov et al 2016, Džukić et al 2017, Crnobrnja-Isalović et al 2018, Iković 2018. Upon literature sources, 37 reptile species are officially confirmed for Montenegro.…”
Section: Fam Viperidaementioning
confidence: 99%
“…X. vermicularis is Eurasian species, occurs from Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan and Turkmenistan on east up to Albania, Macedonia and Montenegro on the west (IUCN 2020). In Montenegro, X. vermicularis occurs in its southern and south-eastern part (Crnobrnja-Isalović i Džukić 1995, Mrdak 2006, Polović & Ljubisavljević 2010, Džukić et al 2017, Crnobrnja-Isalović et al 2018, IUCN 2020). Although, Grillitsch et al (1999) published a record of X. vermicularis on Dugi Otok island in Croatia, Jelić et al (2015) consider this record as highly questionable.…”
Section: Fam Viperidaementioning
confidence: 99%