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It is not entirely impossible, but in general range is important to identify a species. But the main reason why I wrote it is not Greek rock lizard because it isn't look like Greek rock lizard.Dalmatian algyroides:http://www.euroherp.com/species/Algyroid...Greek rock lizard:http://www.euroherp.com/species/Hellenol...
@Marton, have you ever considered extra-limital species due to the trade in animals and the biological world becoming more intergrated due to human movement. Its not entirely impossible that a Greek rock lizard could have landed up there.
There is no Greek rock lizard in the area you spotted the lizard, it is only lives in Peloponnese
Lat: 39.29, Long: 20.40
Spotted on Aug 3, 2012 Submitted on Aug 3, 2012