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Distribution and habitat choice of the smooth snake coronella austriaca laurenti 1768 in northeastern bavaria west germany serpentes colubridae



Distribution and habitat choice of the smooth snake coronella austriaca laurenti 1768 in northeastern bavaria west germany serpentes colubridae



Salamandra 24(1): 7-15



Studies conducted from 1984 to 1986 showed Coronella austriaca to possess a continuous range in north eastern Bavaria up to the edge of the Fichtelgebirge mountains. The snakes occupy a wide spectrum of habitats. Both sexes prefer limestone grassland sloping south to southwest, and structured by hedgerows and sparse forests. In this area they are active for about seven months (from end of march to mid-October) and seem to migrate between winter and summer sites.

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