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The Ecology of a Symbiotic Community: Population Biology of the Japanese Lizard Takydromus Tachydromoides (Schlegel) (Lacertidae) (Vol 1 (1st of A 2 Vol Set) ePub download

by Sam Rountree Telford

  • Author: Sam Rountree Telford
  • ISBN: 0894649140
  • ISBN13: 978-0894649141
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Biological Sciences
  • Publisher: Krieger Pub Co (January 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 125
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The Ecology of a Symbiotic Community: Population Biology of the Japanese Lizard Takydromus Tachydromoides (Schlegel) (Lacertidae) (Vol 1 (1st of A 2 Vol Set) ePub download

Volume II, The Component Symbiote Community of the Japanese Lizard Takydromus tachydromoides (Schlegel) (Lacertidae), 153p. Krieger Publishing Company.

Volume II, The Component Symbiote Community of the Japanese Lizard Takydromus tachydromoides (Schlegel) (Lacertidae), 153p. 1997 Volume 17 Issue 1 Pages 33-34.

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Volume I, Population Biology of the Japanese Lizard Takydromus tachydromoides (Schlegel) (Lacertidae), 125p. Volume II, The Component Symbiote Community of the Japanese Lizard Takydromus tachydromoides (Schlegel) (Lacertidae), 153p. Published: 1 January 1997. by Herpetological Society of Japan. in Japanese journal of herpetology. Japanese journal of herpetology, Volume 17, pp 33-34; doi:10.

THE ECOLOGY OF A SYMBIOTIC COMMUNITY - Vol. 1: Population Biology of the Japanese . Telford J. Sam Rountree

THE ECOLOGY OF A SYMBIOTIC COMMUNITY - Vol. 1: Population Biology of the Japanese Lizard Takydromus tachydromoides (Schlegel) (Lacertidae). Sam Rountree. This volume describes the population biology of a Japanese lizard integrated with the separate biologies of 20 symbiotic species representing an iridovirus, a rickettsia, protistan symbiotics of the blood and intestine, a tick, and eight helminth species that parasitize the lungs, intestine, and coelom of the host.

The home range of Takydromus tachydromoides was studied in a grassland area from April 1977 to November 1978. Boag, D. A. (1973) Spatial relationships among members of a population of wall lizards. Oecologia (Berlin)12: 1–13. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Brattstrom, B. H. (1974) The evolution of reptilian social behavior. Brooks, G. R. (1967) Population ecology of the ground shink,Lygosoma laterale.

A phylogeny for Takydromus is estimated using a data set of 35 morphological characters drawn from .

A phylogeny for Takydromus is estimated using a data set of 35 morphological characters drawn from external features, skeleton and soft-parts.

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Takydromus tachydromoides, the Japanese grass lizard, is a wall lizard species of the genus Takydromus. It is found in Japan. Its Japanese name is 'kanahebi' (カナヘビ). Hebi' means 'snake' in Japanese, although this lizard is not a snake. There are three lizards found in the four main islands of Japan.

Characteristics of the home range of this lizard were discussed in. .

Characteristics of the home range of this lizard were discussed in relation to resource abundance and predation pressure. Home ranges of adults overlapped greatly in each sex, and the lizard was considered to be non-territorial. P E. Amphibia-Reptilia. There are three lizards found in the four main islands of Japan A fight between two Japanese grass.

This work is part of a two-volume set describing the population biology of a Japanese lizard integrated with the separate biologies of 20 symbiotic species. The growth, reproduction, seasonal activity, food habits, community interactions and interpopulation variations are considered in detail.
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