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First record of the adder Vipera berus in Valais Erstnachweis der Kreuzotter Vipera berus im Kanton Wallis

Bulletin de La Murithienne, 121: 67-72

First record of the adder Vipera berus in Valais Erstnachweis der Kreuzotter Vipera berus im Kanton Wallis

Accession: 038249585

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Orth, Kurt., 2002: Rearing and eighteen years care of an adder Vipera berus berus Aufzucht und Achtzehnjaehrige Pflege einer Kreuzotter Vipera berus berus. Reptilia (D). Februar-Maerz; 71: 32-33 Nr 33

Anonymous, 2003: Erstnachweis der Kreuzotter Vipera berus im Kanton Wallis

Glandt, Dieter., 2002: A reddish adder Vipera berus berus with a prominent zig-zag band Eine roetliche Kreuzotter Vipera berus berus mit kraeftigem Zickzackband. Zeitschrift fuer Feldherpetologie. Maerz; 91: 116-118

Noellert, Andreas., 2004: Distribution, living space and population status of the adder Vipera berus berus Linnaeus, 1758, in Thuringia Verbreitung, Lebensraum und Bestandssituation der Kreuzotter Vipera berus berus Linnaeus, 1758 im Freistaat Thueringen. The distribution of the adder (Vipera berus berus) in Thuringia is described, listing all historical and actual records. From 1960 to 2003 the species was found at 613 locations, clustering in the Thuringian mountains and the Sandstone-Hill-Region...

Voelkl, W.; Kornacker, P.M., 2004: The traditional use of keystone habitats by the European adder Vipera berus berus Linnaeus, 1758 the consequences of behavioral studies for conservation strategies Die traditionelle Nutzung von Schluesselhabitaten bei der Kreuzotter Vipera berus berus Linnaeus, 1758 Konsequenzen aus verhaltensoekologischen Untersuchungen fuer Schutzkonzeptionen. In the mountaineous areas of Central Europe, the European adder (Vipera berus) inhabits mainly patchily distributed open areas within coniferous forest. In that fragmented habitat, mating places represent keystones for the shakes' annual cycl...

Laufer, H., 2004: Impacts of grazing sheep and cattle on the adder Vipera berus - first results Auswirkungen der Schaf-und Rinderbeweidung auf die Kreuzotter Vipera berus - erste Ergebnisse. The number of adders was determined on three test pastures. The 1.1 ha sheep pasture (day pen) holds about 300 sheep (mostly German moorland sheep and some mufflons) at most from end of June until mid September. The two cattle pastures are 14 and...

Scherzinger, W.; Voelkl, W., 2004: Dynamic process in forest development as a basis for the protection of the adder Vipera berus berus Linnaeus, 1758 in the Bavarian Forest National Park Dynamische Prozesse in der Waldentwicklung als Grundlage fuer den Erhalt der Kreuzotter Vipera berus berus Linnaeus, 1758 im Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald. The Bavarian Forest National Park is one of the few remaining areas in Central Europe outside the Alps where the adder inhabits mainly primary habitats. Typically, the snake is found in thepeat bogs (with a center in the valley of the river Grosse...

Gruber, H.-Juergen.; Hansbauer, G.; Heckes, U.; Voelkl, W., 2004: Current range and population trends of the adder Vipera b berus Linnaeus, 1758 in Bavaria Verbreitung und Bestandssituation der Kreuzotter Vipera berus berus Linnaeus, 1758 in Bayern. In Bavaria there are two main areas of distribution of the adder, which are very important for the conservation of the species in Germany: the eastern highlands and the pre-alpine hills and moorlands. Within these areas the adder still seemed to b...

Bakiev, Andrey., 2004: About the alimentary relationships as predator and prey of vertebrates in the adder Vipera berus in the middle Volga region Ueber die Nahrungsbeziehungen der Kreuzotter Vipera berus in der mittleren Wolgararegion als Raeuber und Beute von Wirbeltieren. On the basis of the literary information and of the author's own data, prey and predators of the viper in the Medial Volga region are listed. No less than 25 vertebrate species were recorded as prey, including eleven amphibians, five reptiles...

Kaesewiester, D.; Baumann, N.; Voelkl, W., 2004: Population structure and spatial distribution of the adder Vipera berus Linnaeus, 1758 in the Lech Valley are habitat connection measures feasible? Populationsstruktur und Raumnutzung der Kreuzotter Vipera berus L im Lechtal ist ein Biotopverbundsystem machbar?. The Lech Valley in southern Bavaria originally served as a "bridge" between adder populations in the Alps and the Swabian Jura. This connection is no longer functional due to the disappearance of virtually all adder populations in the Le...