Publications indexed in Web of Knowledge appear in chronological order :


Bouazza A. , Lansari A., Martínez G., Barthe L. , Berroneau M. & Donaire D (2018). New records in Morocco and predictive distribution modeling for the rare Algerian Thread-snake, Myriopholis algeriensis (Jacquet, 1895). “Bul. Soc. herp. de France”.

El Hidan, M. A., Touloun, O., Bouazza, A., Laaradia, M. A., & Boumezzough, A. (2018). Androctonus genus species in arid regions: Ecological niche models, geographical distributions, and envenomation risk, Veterinary World, 11 (3): 286-292


Lyra M., U. Joger, U. Schulte, T. Slimani, E. H. El Mouden, A. Bouazza, S. Künzel, A. R. Lemmon, E. M. Lemmon, V. Miguel (2017). The mitochondrial genomes of Atlas geckos (Quedenfeldtia): mitogenome assembly from transcriptomes and anchored hybrid enrichment data sets.  Mitochondrial DNA Part B Resources. 2, 356-358


 Bouazza A., T. Slimani, H. El Mouden, G. Blouin-Demers  and O. Lourdais (2016): Thermal constraints and the influence of reproduction on thermoregulation in a high-altitude gecko (Quedenfeldtia trachyblepharus). Journal of Zoology 300 : 36-44



Lansari A., M. Vences, S. Hauswaldt, R. Hendrix, D. Donaire, A. Bouazza, U. Joger, E. H. El Mouden & T. Slimani (2015): The Atlas Massif separates a northern and a southern mitochondrial haplotype group of North African water frogs Pelophylax saharicus (Anura: Ranidae) in Morocco. Amphibia Reptilia 36: 437-443. PDF


Vences, M., P. de Pous, V. Nicolas4, J. Díaz-Rodríguez, D. Donaire, K. Hugemann, J. S. Hauswaldt, F. Amat, J.A.M. Barnestein, S. Bogaerts, A. Bouazza, S. Carranza, P. Galán, J. P. González de la Vega, U. Joger, A. Lansari, E.H. El Mouden, A. Ohler, D. Sanuy, T. Slimani, M. Tejedo (2014): New insights on phylogeography and distribution of painted frogs (Discoglossus) in northern Africa and the Iberian Peninsula.  Amphibia-Reptilia 35: 305-320  PDF


Blouin-Demers G, Lourdais O, Bouazza A, Verreault C, El Mouden H & Slimani T. 2013. Patterns of throat colour variation in Quedenfeldtia trachyblepharus, a high-altitude gecko endemic to the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Amphibia-Reptilia PDF

Other scientific publications

Bouazza, A. (2018). Les amphibiens et reptiles des zones humides de Dar Bouazza. Go-South Bulletin 15 : 49-52

Bouazza A. (2016). Miniguide de la faune et de la flore de l’Oukaïmeden. USEP, CAF et AME D’AVENTURE.

Bouazza A. (2016). High-living geckos survive snowy peaks by cuddling up. New Scientist. Interview Ceurstemont Sandrine.