Bruno Schmidt

Bruno Schmidt
Association Hyla · Biodiversity

Master of Environmental sciences

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Two species of crested newts Triturus sp. are present in Croatia, the Danube crested newt T. dobrogicus (Kiritzescu, 1903) and the Italian crested newt Triturus carnifex (Laurenti, 1768). The range of the species meets in central Croatia where they hybridize with each other, thus making morphological determination unreliable. Field research in 2020...
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Species of European water frogs (genus Pelophylax) represent a complex group that is widespread in Eurasia, and numerous in the Mediterranean basin. They are characterized by a special mode of reproduction – hybridogenesis, which involves the production of fertile hybrids („kleptons“), such as P. kl. esculentus. European water frogs are known invad...
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On several islands in the Croatian archipelago of Lastovo, it has been observed that introduced mammal species might have an impact on native species populations. One of the invasive species found on the islands is the Black rat. Rats are predators, and evidence from other parts of the world are conflicting, some research indicates that rat predati...
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We studied the butterfly fauna of the protected area Barać Caves Significant Landscape, which is located in the southern part of the Kordun region. The surveys,carried out during 2020 and 2021, recorded a total of 79 butterfly species. The species recorded in the area outnumber those far recorded in northern Kordun (74) and Plitvice Lakes NP (71),...
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Occurrences of the Little Tiger Blue, Tarucus balkanicus (Freyer, 1844) in Croatia and Bosnia & Herzegovina represent the northern and western distribution limits of this species in its entire range. During our surveys the species was observed at 27 locations in Croatia and two new locations in Bosnia & Herzegovina. The most interesting records are...
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The first overview of the amphibians and reptiles of Dugi Otok Island, Northern Dalmatia, is presented, based on the published data and new records collected during the last twenty years. A total of 15 species are present on the island, of which only one was not recorded on our surveys. In comparison to other islands of Northern Dalmatia, Dugi Otok...

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