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PDF JNCC Report No. 459: A study to identify the suitability of Nonatec™ mini-microchips and Alpha•Dots™ as methods of uniquely marking juvenile Testudinid species (tortoises) - A study to identify the suitability of Nonatec mini-microchips and Alpha.Dots as methods of uniquely marking juvenile Testudinid species (tortoises) (JNCC Report No. 459) 2012 2.1 MB

¹ International Zoo Veterinary Group, Keighley Business Centre, South Street, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD21 1AG ² Animal Reception Centre, Heathrow Airport, Hounslow TW6 3JF JNCC Report No 459 A stud...


PDF JNCC Report No. 378: Checklist of herpetofauna listed in the CITES appendices and in EC Regulation No. 338/97 (10th edition) - Checklist of herpetofauna listed in the CITES appendices and in EC Regulation No 338/97 (10th edition) (JNCC Report No. 378) 2005 1.2 MB

JNCC Report No. 378 Checklist of herpetofauna listed in the CITES appendices and in EC Regulation No. 338/97 10th Edition 2005 compiled by UNEP-WCMC © JNCC 2005 The JNCC is the forum through which the...


PDF JNCC Report No. 467: Change in great crested newt Habitat Suitability Index between 1996 and 2007 assessed using lowland Countryside Survey data - Change in great crested newt Habitats Suitability Index between 1996 and 2007 assessed using lowland Countryside Survey data (JNCC Report No. 467) 2012 290.9 KB

JNCC Report No. 467 Change in great crested newt Habitat Suitability Index between 1996 and 2007 assessed using lowland Countryside Survey data Williams, P. & Biggs, J. June 2012 © JNCC, Peterborough ...


A study to identify the suitability of Nonatec™ mini-microchips and Alpha•Dots™ as methods of uniquely marking juvenile Testudinid species (tortoises) 2012

This report presents the findings of a study to determine the suitability of Nonatec™ microchip transponders as a permanent marker for juvenile tortoises, and AlphaDots™ for use as temporary markers.E...


SSSI Guidelines – Reptiles and Amphibians (under revision) 1989

Guidelines for the Selection of biological SSSIs: Part 2: Detailed guidelines for habitats and species groupsThe statutory nature conservation agencies have a duty under the Wildlife and Countryside A...


Checklist of herpetofauna listed in the CITES appendices and in EC Regulation No. 338/97 (10th edition) 2005

In April 1991, the Nature Conservancy Council for England (English Nature), Countryside Council for Wales and Scottish Natural Heritage acting together through the Joint Nature Conservation Committee ...


Zoonotic potential of international trade in CITES-listed species 2021

Zoonoses represent a major global health challenge. They are responsible for billions of cases of human illness and millions of deaths each year, and the fallout from zoonotic diseases has the potent...




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