Dataset: CAS
Search Criteria: Syria; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herpetology


CAS:HERP
Rana ridibunda Pallas, 1771
3705   
Syria, Damascus (Dimashq), 33.5125277778 36.2780166667

CAS:HERP
Rana ridibunda Pallas, 1771
3706   
Syria, Damascus (Dimashq), 33.5125277778 36.2780166667

CAS:SUR
11303W.A. Gosline   1942-03-31
Syria, ruins of Palmyra, 34.5592 38.2988611111

CAS:SUR
Hemidactylus turcicus turcicus
11745W.A. Gosline   1942-03-30
Syria, Palmyra, 34.5592 38.2988611111

CAS:SUR
Laudakia stellio
11746W.A. Gosline   1942-04-02
Syria, Palmyra, 34.5592 38.2988611111

CAS:SUR
Laudakia stellio
11747W.A. Gosline   1942-04-02
Syria, Palmyra, 34.5592 38.2988611111

CAS:SUR
Acanthodactylus boskianus boskianus
11748W.A. Gosline   1942-03-19
Syria, 0.5 mi E Palmyra, 34.5592 38.2988611111

CAS:SUR
Acanthodactylus boskianus boskianus
11749W.A. Gosline   1942-03-19
Syria, 0.5 mi E Palmyra, 34.5592 38.2988611111

CAS:SUR
Acanthodactylus robustus
11750W.A. Gosline   1942-04-01
Syria, 1 mi W Palmyra, 34.5693777778 38.2390361111

CAS:SUR
Acanthodactylus robustus
11751W.A. Gosline   1942-04-01
Syria, 1 mi W Palmyra, 34.5693777778 38.2390361111

CAS:SUR
Mesalina brevirostris
11752W.A. Gosline   1942-03-30
Syria, Among the ruins of Palmyra, 34.5592 38.2988611111

CAS:SUR
Ophisops elegans
11753W.A. Gosline   1942-03-19
Syria, Hill 0.5 mi E Palmyra, 34.5592 38.2988611111

CAS:SUR
Chalcides ocellatus
17251W.A. Gosline   0000-00-00
Syria, Palmyra, 34.5592 38.2988611111

CAS:SUR
Chalcides ocellatus
17252W.A. Gosline   0000-00-00
Syria, Palmyra, 34.5592 38.2988611111

CAS:SUR
Chalcides ocellatus
17253W.A. Gosline   0000-00-00
Syria, Palmyra, 34.5592 38.2988611111


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.