British Wildlife 12.2 December 2000

The Wall Lizard in England

Britain has a small native reptile fauna. Of the various attempts to increase this over the years, only the Common Wall Lizard Podarcis muralis has become established as a breeding species, persisting for several decades. There is a handful of colonies from the South Coast as far north as Shropshire, most of which are known to be the result of introductions from Europe.

The East Thames Corridor: a nationally important invertebrate fauna under threat Identification: Prominent and kitten moths
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