TITLE

High road mortality of Dolichophis caspius in southern Romania. Is this a problem? What can we do?

AUTHOR(S)
COVACIU-MARCOV, Severus-Daniel; FERENŢI, Sára; GHIRA, Ioan V.; SAS, István
PUB. DATE
December 2012
SOURCE
North-Western Journal of Zoology;2012, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p370
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In 4th September 2011 we identified 8 dead specimens of Dolichophis caspius in 7 localities, on a road from southern Romania, near the loess walls that border the meadow of Danube at north. Road mortality was recorded only in areas in which the road is located north of the Danube's meadow, in the high part of the loess walls, cutting off from the areas with vineyards or agricultural fields. We did not find dead snakes in sections where road passes at the base of the loess walls.
ACCESSION #
84403978

 

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