Publications

Here, you can check some of Helga Happ’s articles
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Happ, J. & Elsler, A. 2014.
“The oldest Austrian songbird from the Central Miocene of Carinthia”. In Dojen, C. & Gebhardt, H. (eds.): Austrian Palaeontological Society – 20th Anniversary in Wolfsberg. Reports of the Geologische Bundesanstalt 105

HAPP, Helga (2013): “The Reptiles of Schütt”.

“Nature & People in the Schütt. The rock fall landscape in the nature park between Dobratsch and Gail.” Natural Science Association of Carinthia, Klagenfurt, 199–203.

KLEEWEIN, Andreas; HAPP, Helga; WIESER, Christian (2012)
“The dissemination of the Praying Mantis religiosa (Linnaeus, 1758) in Carinthia – Current standing on the establishment of a warming species.”

Carinthia II, 202nd volume, Natural Science Association of Carinthia, Klagenfurt, 81–90.

GUTLEB, B.; HAPP, H.; EISANK, M., (2011)
“Amphibians and reptiles of Carinthia”. Natural Science Association of Carinthia, Klagenfurt, 97–184.

HAPP, Helga (2011)

“The Wörthersee. Nature and history”. Natural Science Association for Carinthia, Klagenfurt, 257–263.
HAPP, Helga, WIESER Daniela (2008)
“The hornotter Vipera ammodytes” (LINNAEUS, 1758) – in Carinthia is threatened with extinction! Is help still possible?” Carinthia II, volume 198.118, 83–94, Klagenfurt 2008
HAPP, Helga (2008): “Reptiles in the Millstättersee”;
“The Millstättersee. Nature and history”. Natural Science Association of Carinthia, Klagenfurt, 191–197.
HAPP, Helga; MILDNER, Paul (2006)
“Observations on Carinthia’s amphibians”. Rudolfinum, annual publication of the Carinthian Provincial Museum, 2006
HAPP, Helga (2006):
“The Reptiles of the Sattnitzzug”. “The Sattnitz. A nature guide”. Natural Science Association of Carinthia, Klagenfurt, 289–299.
WIESER, Daniela; HAPP, Helga; KOMPOSCH, Brigitte (2005)
“Horn viper & CO. – Danger or endangered?”. Schlossberg Griffen Fortress of Biodiversity. Natural Science Association of Carinthia, Klagenfurt, 85–91.
HAPP, Helga (2004)
“Zoological features of the hot summer of 2003”. Carinthia II, Volume 194/114., 191–208, Klagenfurt
HAPP, Helga; WIESER, Christian (2003)
“The 2003 Suspension of the snake breeding in the Reptilienzoo Happ.” – Carinthian nature conservation reports 8/2003
HAPP, Helga, MILDNER, Paul (2003)
“Georg Veith – herpetologist, antiquarian researcher and soldier.” Rudolfinum, yearbook of the Carinthian Provincial Museum, 2003
HAPP, Helga; MILDNER, Paul (2002)
“Double-headed reptiles from Carinthia”. Rudolfinum, yearbook of the Carinthian Provincial Museum, 2003
HAPP, Helga (2002)
“Last days of the horn otter (Vipera ammodytes) in Carinthia?” ÖGH – Aktuell, Nr. 10, November 2002

GUTLEB, Bernhard; HAPP, Helga (2002)

“Turtles in Carinthia”. Carinthia II, Volume 192/112. Jahrgang, 155–160, Klagenfurt

HAPP, Helga (2001)
“News from the reptile world; Flooding at the Wörthersee – Rescue of the endangered dice snake (Natrix tessellata)” Carinthia II, Volume 191/111, 37–42, Klagenfurt
HAPP, Helga, HAPP, Friedrich (1999)
“Last days of the horn otter (Vipera ammodytes) in Carinthia?” ÖGH – Aktuell, Nr. 10, November 2002
HAPP, Helga, HAPP, Friedrich (1997)
“Dornfingerspinnen (Cheiracanthium punctorium) Poisonous bites in Carinthia and their potential confusion with viper bites (Vipera berus)” Carinthia II, Volume 187/107. 13–20, Klagenfurt
HAPP, Friedrich (1994)

“Found an albino snake (Coronella austriaca austriaca LAURENTI, 1768) on the Magdalensberg in Carinthia”. Carinthia II, Volume 184/104. 123–129, Klagenfurt

HAPP, Helga (1995)
“’Man – snake’ – encounters of a special kind”. Carinthia II, Volume 185/105. 101–125, Klagenfurt.
CABELA, A.; GRILLITSCH, H.; HAPP, H.; HAPP, F.; KOLLAR, R. (1992)
“The reptiles of Carinthia”. Carinthia II, Volume 182/102. 195–316, Klagenfurt
HAPP, Friedrich (1985)
“Coronella austriaca austriaca a mimicry snake? An experience report on the special position of the Coronella austriaca austriaca among the Carinthian snakes” Carinthia II, Volume 175/95. 285–290, Klagenfurt
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