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eBook Two new Anoles (Reptilia: Iguanidae) from Oaxaca with comments on other Mexican species (Contributions in biology and geology) download ISBN: 0893260347
Author: Henry Sheldon Fitch
Publisher: Milwaukee Public Museum (1978)
Language: English
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By Henry Sheldon Fitch.

Milwaukee Public Museum Contributions in Biology and Geology, 20, 1–15

Milwaukee Public Museum Contributions in Biology and Geology, 20, 1–15. Henderson R. W. & Fitch, H. (1976) A comparative study of the structural and climatic habitats of Anolis sericeus (Reptilia: Iguanidae) and its syntopic congeners at four localities in southern Mexico. Herpetologica, 39, 459–471. Holman, J. A. (1964) New and interesting amphibians and reptiles from Guerrero and Oaxaca, Mexico. Herpetologica, 20, 48–54.

in Biology and Geology of the Milwaukee Public Museum, 20, 1–15. 1994) A consideration of epistemology in systematic Biology, with special reference to species. Cladistics, 10, 259–294. Guibé, J. (1954) Catalogue des types de lézards du Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle. We revise the species of anoles occurring along the Pacific versant of Mexico west of the Isthmus de Tehuantepec in the states of Oaxaca, Guerrero, and Puebla.

A comparative study of the structural and climatic habitats of Anolis sericeus (Reptilia: Iguanidae) and its syntopic congeners at four localities in southern Mexico

A comparative study of the structural and climatic habitats of Anolis sericeus (Reptilia: Iguanidae) and its syntopic congeners at four localities in southern Mexico. Herpetologica 31 (4): 459-471 - get paper here. Additions to the known herpetofauna of the Isla de Utila (Islas de la Bahia, Honduras) with description of a new species of the genus Norops (Reptilia: Iguanidae). Senckenbergiana biologica 76 (1/2): 19-28.

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Journal of Parasitology, Vol. 90, Issue. Comparative Parasitology, Vol. 79, Issue.

Anolis is a genus of anoles (US: /əˈnoʊ. liz/ (listen)), iguanian lizards in the family Dactyloidae, native to the Americas. With more than 425 species, it represents the world's most species-rich amniote tetrapod genus, although it has been proposed that many of these should be moved to other genera, in which case only about 45 Anolis species remain.

Informal grouping anoloids: anoles, leiosaurs, Polychrus. Mexican spinytail iguana. Informal grouping basiliscines: casquehead lizards. Informal grouping crotaphytines: collared and leopard lizards. Informal grouping iguanines: marine, Fijian, Galapagos land, spinytail, rock, desert, green, and chuckwalla iguanas. Informal grouping morunasaurs: wood lizards, clubtails. Black spinytail iguana.