Forum This new section in Amphibia-Reptilia is introduced to encourage debate on scientific topics of interest to readers. We begin with an exchange of correspondance relating to a paper published in volume 7 (3), 1986. EDITORS Comments on: Chondropoulos, B.P. (1986): A checklist of the Greek reptiles. 1. The lizards. Amph.-Rept. 7: 217-235. Henrik Bringsoe Esthersvej 7, DK-4600 Koge, Denmark My main criticism of this paper is that the level of information is too low. For a journal of Amphibia- Reptilia's quality more new, hitherto unpublished data must be given or there must be a higher degree of critical reviewing. A. New data Locality records not followed by a reference in the species account are mentioned to form new records. Seven records are stated as such: Hemidactylus t. turcicuc on Poros; 7arentola m. mauritanica in the NW coastal zone of the Peloponnese; Algyroides nigropunctatus in the prefecture of Fokida; Lacerta agilis bosnica in the Rhodopi mountain chain, prefectures of Florini and Drama; Podarcis erhardii liaadiaca (which is the proper spelling) in the prefectures of Argolida, Arcadia (east part) and Laconia; P. e. thessalica in the prefecture of Fthiotida; and P. taurica ionica in the prefecture of Fokida. Two
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Published: Jan 1, 1988
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