ASPIDOSCELIS GULARIS PDF

The Texas spotted whiptail (Aspidocelis gularis) is a species of long-tailed lizard native to the southern United States, in Texas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma, and. The Texas spotted whiptail (Cnemidophorus gularis or Aspidocelis gularis) is a species of long-tailed lizard native to the southern United States, in Texas, New. Reproduction and Sexual Dimorphism in the Whiptail Lizard Aspidoscelis gularis (Squamata: Teiidae) in Guadalcázar, San Luis Potosí, Mexico.

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Texas spotted whiptail

Aspidoscelis gularis also hybridizes with Aspidoscelis laredoensis. Find more photos by Google images search: Journal of Herpetology 26 2: Biology of Whiptail lizards genus Cnemidophoruspp. Herpetological Review 45 1: September Learn how and when to remove this template message. The Eponym Dictionary of Reptiles.

A synopsis of the sspidoscelis of the sexlineatus group genus Cnemidophorus. This lizard article is a stub. Herpetological Review aspidosceliis 2: Herpetological Review 46 2: Evolution of the lizards of the genus Cnemidophorus. Reptarium The Reptile Database. However, they still recommend to consider both species as valid due to recognizable phenotypic differences.

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Apparent hybridization between Cnemidophorus gularis and Cnemidophorus septemvittatus from an area of sympatry in Southwest Texas. Characteristics of some new reptiles in the Museum of the Smithsonian Institution, part 2. Breeding of sexually mature A. Check List 9 4: Retrieved from ” https: A photographic field guide. Breeding occurs in the spring and eggs are laid in May and June.

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Scientific and standard English names of amphibians and reptiles of North America north of Mexico, with comments regarding confidence in our understanding. Johnson and Larry David Wilson.

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Amphibians and reptiles of the state of Hidalgo, Mexico. Reptarium The Reptile Database. Aspidoscelis laredoensis Larego striped whiptail x Aspidoscelis gularis Texas spotted whiptail maximum body size. Texas spotted whiptails grow 6. The subspecific namerauniis in honor of American zoologist Gerald George Raun born Relative priority of names for members of the Eastern and Aspidsocelis Spotted Whiptail lineages of the lizard genus Cnemidophorus in North America.

Eastern Spotted Whiptail

Herpetological Review 27 3: Dorsal ground color is brown or green-brown. Ecology Letters 17 1: A contribution to a knowledge of the herpetology of a portion of the savanna region of Central Peten, Guatemala.

A neotype for diploid C. A contribution to the study of evolution based upon the Mexican species of Cnemidophorus. Small, granular dorsal scales with enlarged scales on aspidosceliw of forelimbs and along front edge of throat.

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Cordes, and James M. Notes on the Herpetofauna of Western Mexico 6: Aspidoscelis laredoensis x Aspidoscelis gularis Laredo striped whiptail x Texas spotted whiptail hybrid gynandromorph.

Articles needing additional references from September All articles needing additional references Articles with ‘species’ microformats Commons category link is on Wikidata All stub articles. Houghton Mifflin, Boston Stuart, L. Walker and James E. Garza Valdez, Tamaulipas; S. Retrieved 7 December Zweifel [pallidus] Holotype: Amphibians and reptiles of the Big Bend region of Texas. asipdoscelis

Parthenogenetic Cnemidophorus tesselatus complex Sauria: Morphological variation in the teiid lizard Cnemidorphorus gularis. AMNH ; male; R. Misuse of the trivial name Septemvittatus in the lizard genus Cnemidophorus.

Some sources list six subspecies of the Texas spotted whiptail:. Notes on amphibians and reptiles of Michoacan, Mexico. Tail is pink to orange. The tail is long compared to the body, usually close to three times the body length.