Podarcis raffonei

The Podarcis raffonei is classified as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild.

Seminars: - The case of Podarcis raffonei of the Aeolian Islands (Sicily) - Podarcis tiliguerta ranzii of Molarotto Islet (NE Sardinia) Name of mentor / supervisor: Claudia CortiInstitution/Organisation: Museo di Storia Naturale – Sezione di Zoologia – Università di FirenzeUnit/Department/Laboratory: Zoology SectionAddress: “La Specola”, via Romana More

sub-species of Podarcis raffonei, and 2 sub-species of Podarcis siculus. Invertebrate fauna seems relatively well known, with over 15 endemic species described. More

Podarcis raffonei habitat - Strombolicchio, Italy Podarcis sicula (subadult) - Stromboli, Italy Tarentola mauritanica - Giardini Naxos, Sicily, Italy Zootoca vivipara (juvenile) basking in Calluna shrub More

Seems like Podarcis raffonei might have to be removed from the list of observed species of our 2005 trip... Already plotting to have another go at it. Plans remain: Corsica in May, Crete in June. More

intermedia) and the Aeolian Wall Lizard ( Podarcis raffonei) have been classified as Critically Endangered, meaning that they face an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild. Eleven more are classified as Endangered (i.e. More

Order : Squamata
Family : Lacertidae
Genus : Podarcis
Species : Podarcis raffonei
Authority : MERTENS 1952