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Bibliography of the reptiles of
Wales  [United Kingdom]

Note: In order to limit redundancy, relevant literature indexed in the related bibliographies in the left column may not have been included in this page. For a comprehensive search of literature, these bibliographies should therefore also be consulted.

Condry, W.M. 1966. The Snowdonia National Park. Collins, London. 238 pp.

Davies, B. (undated, 1978?). Provisional distribution maps of the mammals, reptiles and amphibians of Pembrokeshire. West Wales Naturalists' Trust, Haverfordwest, Wales. 48 pp.

Fouracre, V. 1989. 25 years of amphibians and reptiles in Breconshire. Breconshire Naturalist 50: 23.

Griffiths, R.A. 1984. Reptiles and amphibians in mid-Wales an appeal for records. Flycatcher 41: 31-36.

Griffiths, R.A. 1984. Reptiles and amphibians in mid-Wales. Breconshire Naturalist 39: 10-14.

Herpetological Conservation Trust 1999. Sand Lizard and Natterjack Toad Recovery Project 1998. CCW Contract Science Report 350: 25 pp.

Herpetological Conservation Trust. 2000. Sand Lizard and natterjack toad recovery project 1999. CCW Contract Science Report 402: 24 pp. (Unpaginated).

Laurie, E.M.O. 1942. The fauna of an upland pond and its inflowing stream at Ystumtuen, North Cardiganshire, Wales. Journal of Animal Ecology 11: 165-181.

North, F.J.; Campbell, B. 1949. Snowdonia, The national park of North Wales. The New Naturalist, London. 468 pp.

Okines, D. 1990. Non-bird vertebrates in 1989. Bardsey Observatory Report 33: 56.

Poole, T. 1997. The herptiles of Ynis-Hir Nature Reserve. Herptile 22(2): 84-86.

Shaw, D.L. 1971. Gwydyr Forest in Snowdonia. Forestry Commn. Bookl. 28: 1-107.

Spencer, G. 1983. Field notes. Reptiles and amphibia. Nature in Wales 1(2): 83.

Swan, M.J.S. 1995. Amphibians and reptiles. pp. 102-106. In: Barne, J.H.; Robson, C.F.; Kaznowska, S.S. & Doody, J.P. (eds.). Coasts and seas of the United Kingdom. Region 12. Wales: Margam to Little Orme. JNCC, Peterborough. 239 pp.

Swan, M.J.S. 1996. Amphibians and reptiles. pp. 113-117. In: Barne, J.H.; Robson, C.F.; Kaznowska, S.S.; Doody, J.P.; Davidson, N.C. & Buck, A.L. (eds.). Coasts and seas of the United Kingdom. Region 11. The Western Approaches: Falmouth Bay to Kenfig. Joint Nature Conservation Committee, Peterborough. 262 pp.

Titcombe, C.R.T. 1975. Naturalists notes from south-east Gwent. January-August 1974. Newsletter Gwent Trust Nat. Cons. 1974(Autumn): 2.

Venables, L.S.V.; Venables, U.M. 1980. Field notes. Mammals, amphibians and reptiles. The grass or ringed snake in Anglesey. Nature in Wales 17(1): 54.

Walker, T.G. 1968. Reptiles and amphibia of Anglesey. pp. 129-135. In: Jones, W.E. (ed.). Natural History of Anglesey. Anglesey Antiquarian Society, Llangefni.

Wisniewski, P.J. 1983. The early worm? Rephiberary 70: 1-2.

Wisniewski, P.J. 1984. Distribution of amphibians and reptiles in Glamorgan, south Wales. British Herpetological Society Bulletin 9: 29-34.