Natural History of Thásos
An introduction to the wildlife and wild places of Thásos, Greece.
© Adrian P. Fowles 2001
Thásos (also known as Thasos or Thassos) is a small island, the northernmost in the Aegean, just a few kilometres off the coast of mainland Greece (24.30'E; 40.40'N). Information on the natural history of Thásos is scattered through a variety of publications and this site is intended to be a reference point to encourage interest in the island’s wildlife. Comments, biological records and information on sites and habitats are welcome.
Temperature on Thasos now!
Data from Chrysopouli on the adjacent mainland
07/07/19 - added Spider beetles
12/04/19 - added Carpet beetles
24/12/18 - updated Checkered beetles
27/07/18 - added 'Primitive Weevils'
06/12/17 - added 'Aquatic beetles'
02/12/17 - added 'Leaf & Seed beetles'
14/11/17 - added 'Checkered beetles'
06/11/17 - added 'Ground beetles'
11/10/17 - added 'Centipedes, millipedes & woodlice'
08/10/17 - added 'Chafers & Dung beetles'
01/10/17 - added 'Blister beetles'
15/08/17 - added 'Longhorn beetles'
31/07/17 - added 'Click beetles'
Comments are welcomed - if you have found this website useful or interesting, let me know - encouragement will galvanise me to add further pages! Please send comments or information on your own observations of wildlife on Thásos, via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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