HERPETOLOGICAL RESOURCES (THR)
Distribution in Armenia
Altitudes: 375-1400 (1700)
Araks basin: Armavir,Aragatsotn,Yerevan, Kotayk, Ararat, Vayots Dzor, Syunik.
Habitats: Rocklands covered by phryganoids or shiblyak (shrub)vegetation, semideserts, buildings and ruuins.
Europe: Spain, Portugal, S-France, NW-Italy (incl. Lampedusa island), Albania, W-Yugoslavia: coastal Croatia (including some adriatic islands), Slovenia (possibly), Hercegowina, Monte Negro, Macedonia, Greece, Bulgaria,Turkey, Cyprus, S Russia (Dagestan),
Asia: Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, W Iran, Iraq, W Arabia, Syria, Israel, Jordan, N Sudan.
Africa: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt
Food: lizards, small mammals, birds
Known trend: not abjective data is available (presumably threatened)
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Brunch of The USSR Academy of Scienecs, Erevan, 1939, pp. 77-194. (In
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