Puebla de Guzman

 

Reptiles & amphibians

5-1997

5-1999

4-2006

Sharp-ribbed newt

Pleurodeles waltl

5

5

-

Southern marbled newt

Triturus pygmaeus

3

-

-

Western spadefoot

Pelobates cultripes

-

>30

larve

Common toad

Bufo b. spinosus

-

2

-

Natterjack

Bufo calamita

-

>10

-

Stripeless tree frog

Hyla merionalis

-

1

-

Iberian water frog

Pelophylax perezi

>10

>10

-

Spanish terrapin

Mauremys leprosa

10

7

1

European pond terrapin

Emys orbicularis

-

1

-

Turkish gecko

Hemidactylus turcicus

-

4

1

Moorish gecko

Tarentola mauritanica

-

1

-

Large psammodromus

Psammodromus algirus

>10

4

2

Ocellated lizard

Timon lepidus

1

1

-

Iberian wall lizard

Podarcis hispanica

1

-

-

Western three-toed skink

Chalcides striatus

1

-

-

Montpellier snake

Malpolon monspessulanus

2

-

-

Horseshoe whip snake

Hemorrhois hippocrepis

1

3

-

Ladder snake

Rhinechis scalaris

1

3

1

Viperine snake

Natrix maura

1

1

1

Southern smooth snake

Coronella girondica

-

1

-

False smooth snake

Macroprotodon cucullatus

-

1

1

Others

 

 

 

 

Wildcat

Felis silvestris

 

x

 

Black vulture

 

 

x

 

  • Aracena2006-04-15 193826

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    Guido retrieving a handfull of giant tadpoles of the Western Spadefoot. The background is habitat of false smooth and horseshoe snake, ocellated lizard, natterjack and common toad.

    Aracena2006-04-15 193826
  • dehesavarken612

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    Dehesa landscape near Puebla de Guzman with the typical dark and small pigs that feed on the acoms of cork-oak and produce the "jamon Iberico".

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  • dehesa612

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    Dehesa landscape near Puebla de Guzman. Lower density of trees than around Aracena. It was very rainy for several days on end. No chance of seeing many reptiles.

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  • oogrugstreep612

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    The most fascinating eyes belong to the natterjack (bufo calamita).

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