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Trade and stowaways: molecular evidence for human-mediated translocation of eastern skinks into the western Mediterranean
AbstractHuman movements in the regions surrounding the Mediterranean Sea have caused a great impact in the composition of terrestrial fauna due to the introductions of several allochthonous species, intentionally or not. Reptiles are one of the groups where this anthropic impact is most evident, owing to the extensive intra-Mediterranean dispersals of recent chronologies. Chalcides ocellatus is a widespread skink with a natural distribution that covers almost the entire Mediterranean Basin. Twodoi:10.1163/15685381-20191249 fatcat:x2vwinukcnah3bofunir4naenu