A survey of the herpetofauna was made in different localities of Bisha district, south of Saudi Arabia. Out of 293 specimens 12 amphibians and 281 reptiles were collected. Lizards were the most collected reptilian species (86.69 %), while Amphisbaenians comprised the little group of the sample. The snakes belonged to three families; most of them were colubrid species. Only one bufonid species (Amphibia) and one species of turtle were collected.
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Hussein H.K. and A.D.M. Darwish, 2001. A Survey of the Herpetofauna of Bisha District, South of Saudi Arabia. Journal of Biological Sciences, 1: 728-730.