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Arboreal basking behaviour of Podarcis muralis lizards. Autor: Francisco Javier Diego-Rasilla

In human settlements, they usually use walls of buildings, stone walls, pavement plates, or concrete blocks for basking (Diego-Rasilla, 2015). Surprisingly, the thermoregulatory arboreal behaviour of P. muralis in a private garden in Cantabria (43°17’N / 4°4’W; 59 masl) has been observed on a regular basis since Spring 2013. Leer más.

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