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Volume 1 | 2009 Volume 1 | Number 2 taprobanica 1 2

Volume 1 | Number 2

Volume 1 | 2009
22 November 2009
ISSN: 1800-427X (printed) 78-136 pages + 5 plates

Cover Image: Calotes grandisquamis is an endemic Agamid lizard restricted to the Western Ghats in India
© S.R. Chandramouli
- List of Articles & Contents
1. Editorial
Groves, C., Pp. 78-79 | PDF (162Kb)
2. On the holotype of Cnemaspis podihuna Deraniyagala, 1944
Amarasinghe, A. A. T. and A. M. Bauer, Pp. 80-82 | PDF (101 KB)
3. The original descriptions and figures of Sri Lankan gekkonid lizards (Squamata: Gekkonidae) of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries
Amarasinghe, A. A. T. et al., Pp. 83-104 | PDF (792 KB)
4. Status and Microhabitat preferences of Otocryptis beddomii Boulenger, 1885 (Reptilia: Agamidae) in Ponmudi hills, Western Ghats, Kerala, India
Chandramouli, S. R., Pp. 107-110 | PDF (100 KB)
5. An aberrant specimen of Calotes grandisquamis Günther, 1875 (Reptilia: Agamidae) with comments on its altitudinal distribution
Chandramouli, S. R., Pp. 111-114 | PDF (100 KB)
6. A review of the distribution and conservation status of Chamaeleo zeylanicus Laurenti, 1768 (Reptilia: Chamaeleonidae) from north-western Sri Lanka
Karunarathna, D. M. S. S. et al., Pp. 115-122 | PDF (99 KB)
7. Observations of a new coloration in Philautus hoffmanni Meegaskumbura & Manamendra-Arachchi, 2005 (Amphibia: Rhacophoridae) from Dumbara Highlands
Amarasinghe, A. A. T. et al., Pp. 123-125 | PDF (101 KB)
8. Record of Oreochromis aureus (Steindachner, 1864) (Teleostei: Perciformes: Cichlidae) in the natural waters of Tamil Nadu, India
Knight, J. D. M. and K. RemaDevi, Pp. 126-129 | PDF (101 KB)
9. Distribution patterns of the genus Paludomus (Gastropoda: Thiaridae: Paludominae) in Mahaweli, Kelani, Kalu, Gin and Maha-Oya river basins of Sri Lanka
Amarasinghe, A. A. T. and S. R. Krishnarajah, Pp. 130-134 | PDF (94 KB)
10. Eutropis carinata (Reptilia: Scincidae) feed on Ratnadvipia irradians (Limacoidea: Ariophantidae)
Karunarathna, D. M. S. S. and A. A. T. Amarasinghe, Pp. 135-136 | PDF (101 KB)