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References for Lampropholis (Reptilia: Scincidae)


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Posted by Richard Wells on March 24, 2002 at 05:37:19:

Hello All,

Herein is another part (final) of my recent revision of the genus Lampropholis which appeared recently in the Australian Biodiversity Record, 2002 (8): 1-24

Best Regards from

Richard Wells

References

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[Note: This list of references is only a selection of the available publications that deal with the species mentioned in this paper. If readers would like a larger listing they are invited to write to the author of this paper]


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