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Re: Salamandra infraimmaculata

PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 7:54 am
by Mario Schweiger
Evgeny Kotelevsky wrote:
What about Hyla heinzsteinitzi? Have you found it?


Hi, these are introduced Japanese Hyla japonica :lol: :lol:
http://vipersgarden.at/ARdb/species.php?cat=5&subcat=149&subcat3=Hyla+japonica

Re: Salamandra infraimmaculata

PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 10:46 am
by Gabriel Martínez
Bobby Bok wrote:And maybe Latonia nigriventer


when I was in Israel in 2010 and 2011 the Israel "Discoglossus" was "extint" for everybody!! so we didn´t waste time searching for that (if I say to Jurgen to expend time in the Daboia palaestinae country searching for a extint "frog" he would have killed me fast! :lol: )

Evgeny Kotelevsky wrote:What about Hyla heinzsteinitzi? Have you found it?


I haven´t read the last papers about Hyla in middle east. Last time I read something some years ago, I think that we have found Hyla intermedia and felixarabica. In 2010 we didn´t see any adult Hyla (mid may) but in 2011 we found 4 places with Hylas (final april-first may): 1. south of the Golan Heights in extreme northeast Israel, 2. in a forest with sand dunes between Mount Carmel and Tel Aviv and 3. between Tel Aviv and Negev Desert in a very dry place, 4. Just around Tel Aviv. I don´t know species but they look different... :| (what a memories searching the photos, Israel is the holy land for herpetology)

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Re: Salamandra infraimmaculata

PostPosted: Sat Mar 18, 2017 8:19 pm
by Evgeny Kotelevsky
Gabriel Martínez wrote:
Bobby Bok wrote:And maybe Latonia nigriventer


when I was in Israel in 2010 and 2011 the Israel "Discoglossus" was "extint" for everybody!! so we didn´t waste time searching for that (if I say to Jurgen to expend time in the Daboia palaestinae country searching for a extint "frog" he would have killed me fast! :lol: )

Evgeny Kotelevsky wrote:What about Hyla heinzsteinitzi? Have you found it?


I haven´t read the last papers about Hyla in middle east. Last time I read something some years ago, I think that we have found Hyla intermedia and felixarabica. In 2010 we didn´t see any adult Hyla (mid may) but in 2011 we found 4 places with Hylas (final april-first may): 1. south of the Golan Heights in extreme northeast Israel, 2. in a forest with sand dunes between Mount Carmel and Tel Aviv and 3. between Tel Aviv and Negev Desert in a very dry place, 4. Just around Tel Aviv. I don´t know species but they look different... :| (what a memories searching the photos, Israel is the holy land for herpetology)

HYLA GOLAN.jpg


HYLA NORTH TEL AVIV.jpg


HYLA TEL AVIV.jpg


HYLA NORTH NEGEV.jpg


I think these are Hyla savignyi. I found them during my trip too. I'll share some photos later :)

Re: Salamandra infraimmaculata

PostPosted: Tue Oct 03, 2017 11:08 pm
by Michal Szkudlarek
Is this species active in November in Israel?

Re: Salamandra infraimmaculata

PostPosted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 5:07 pm
by Evgeny Kotelevsky
Michal Szkudlarek wrote:Is this species active in November in Israel?


According to the book, salamanders are active all year round