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

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Herpetology


CAS:HERP
Chamaeleo calyptratus Duméril and Bibron, 1851
135514M.Y. Mugdam   JG-72-1220000-00-00
Yemen, near Cocoban, 15 N, 43 30 E, 15 43.5

CAS:HERP
Chamaeleo calyptratus Duméril and Bibron, 1851
135515M.Y. Mugdam   JG-72-1230000-00-00
Yemen, near Cocoban, 15 N, 43 30 E, 15 43.5

CAS:HERP
Chamaeleo calyptratus Duméril and Bibron, 1851
135516M.Y. Mugdam   JG-72-1240000-00-00
Yemen, near Cocoban, 15 N, 43 30 E, 15 43.5

CAS:HERP
Chamaeleo calyptratus Duméril and Bibron, 1851
135517M.Y. Mugdam   JG-72-1250000-00-00
Yemen, near Cocoban, 15 N, 43 30 E, 15 43.5

CAS:HERP
Bufo orientalis
143636H. Hoogstraal and R.E. Kuntz   1951-02-12
Yemen, San'a, 15.3509638889 44.1994138889

CAS:HERP
Agamodon arabicus
223818T.J. Papenfuss   TJP-275232002-03-28
Yemen, Lahij Governorate, 3 km SW (by air) Sabir, Bir Nasr Farm, 12 57 N, 44 55 E, 12.95 44.9166666667, 68m

CAS:HERP
Scincus hemprichii
223882T.J. Papenfuss   TJP-274792002-03-27
Yemen, Lahij Governorate, 3 km SW (by air) Sabir, 12 57 N, 44 56 E, 12.95 44.9333333333, 68m

CAS:HERP
Scincus hemprichii
238644T.J. Papenfuss   TJP-275022002-03-28
Yemen, Lahij Governorate, 3 km SW (airline) of Sabir, Bir Nasr Farm, 12 57 27.0 N, 44 55 45.0 E, 12.9575 44.9291666667, 68m

CAS:HERP
Bufo arabicus Heyden, 1827
251563H. Hoogstraal and R.E. Kuntz   HH-50501951-01-15
Yemen, Ta'izz Gov., Ta'izz, 13.5788888889 44.0219444444, 1250m

CAS:HERP
Coluber rhodorhachis
38726   
Yemen, Aden Gov., Aden, 12.8000888889 45.0333555556

CAS:HERP
Coluber rhodorhachis
38727   
Yemen, Aden Gov., Aden, 12.8000888889 45.0333555556

CAS:HERP
Coluber rhodorhachis
38728   
Yemen, Aden Gov., Aden, 12.8000888889 45.0333555556

CAS:HERP
Haemodracon riebeckii (W. Peters, 1882)
262388U. Joger   
Yemen, Socotra


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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