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Archaius

Necas Petr

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Necas Petr
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Dvorak Peter; Shiriaeva Anastasiia

Archaius, the Journal of Chameleonology and Chameleonoculture vol. 1, issue 1 2020

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Nečas, P. (2020) Tongue Punching, an unknown secondary antipredatory function of the tongue-shooting in chameleons (Reptilia: Chamaeleonidae). – Archaius 1 (1): 1 – 3

Nečas, P. (2020) Chameleodactyly: New term to describe the unique arrangement of digits in chameleons (Reptilia: Chamaeleonidae). – Archaius 1 (1): 4 – 5eng

Nečas, P. (2020) Panther Chameleon Challenges in Chameleonoculture: an integrative approach: wild – trade – captive propagation. – Archaius 1 (1): 6– 11

Nečas, P. & P. Dvorak (2020) A brief review of captive history of Chamaeleo calyptratus DUMÉRIL & DUMÉRIL, 1851 (Sauria: Chamaeleonidae), with notes on degeneration of the captive and feral populations, including inbreeding effects, and the first report on a two–tailed chameleon in history. – Archaius 1 (1): 12 – 24

Nečas, P. (2020) The Language of Chameleons: how the animals, which cannot talk and do not hear, communicate. Silhouette. – Archaius 1 (1): 25 – 28

Nečas, P. (2020) The Language of Chameleons: how the animals, which cannot talk and do not hear, communicate. Silhouette. – Archaius 1 (1): 29 – 30

 

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  • Nečas, P. (2020) Tongue Punching, an unknown secondary antipredatory function of the tongue-shooting in chameleons (Reptilia: Chamaeleonidae). – Archaius 1 (1): 1 – 3

  • Nečas, P. (2020) Chameleodactyly: New term to describe the unique arrangement of digits in chameleons (Reptilia: Chamaeleonidae). – Archaius 1 (1): 4 – 5

  • Nečas, P. (2020) Panther Chameleon Challenges in Chameleonoculture: an integrative approach: wild – trade – captive propagation. – Archaius 1 (1): 6– 11

  • Nečas, P. & P. Dvorak (2020) A brief review of captive history of Chamaeleo calyptratus DUMÉRIL & DUMÉRIL, 1851 (Sauria: Chamaeleonidae), with notes on degeneration of the captive and feral populations, including inbreeding effects, and the first report on a two–tailed chameleon in history. – Archaius 1 (1): 12 – 24

  • Nečas, P. (2020) The Language of Chameleons: how the animals, which cannot talk and do not hear, communicate. Silhouette. – Archaius 1 (1): 25 – 28

  • Nečas, P. (2020) The Language of Chameleons: how the animals, which cannot talk and do not hear, communicate. Silhouette. – Archaius 1 (1): 29 – 30

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