2 edition of review of the North American genus of lizards Holbrookia found in the catalog.
review of the North American genus of lizards Holbrookia
Karl Patterson Schmidt
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A review of the North American genus of lizards Holbrookia. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 46, article A review of the North American genus of lizards Holbrookia Item Preview A review of the North American genus of lizards Holbrookia by Schmidt, Karl Patterson; Dickerson, Mary Cynthia.
Publication date Collection taxonomyarchive; additional_collections Language English Volume A review of the North American genus of lizards Holbrookia. By Karl Patterson Schmidt. Publisher: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) Year: OAI identifier: oai: Provided by: Red Mexicana de Repositorios Institucionales.
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American Museum Novitates (22) Schmidt, Karl P. A review of the North American genus of lizards Holbrookia. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 46() Burt, Charles E. Insect food of Kansas lizards with notes on ?o=32&t= I am not certain this is true, for probably intergradation in 3 WHITE SANDS EARLESS LIZARD SMITH these characters occurs in the territory surrounding the dunes, where m.
approximans occurs. That the marked color change in the White Sands Holbrookia is an adaptation to the specific conditions of that small area is a reason- able Phylogenetic structure of Holbrookia lacerata (Cope ) (Squamata: Phrynosomatidae): one species or two.
Article in Zootaxa (1) June with Reads How we measure 'reads' Schmidt, K.P. New species of North American lizards of the genera Holbrookia and Uta. American Museum Novitates 1, 6 - get paper here; Schulte, J.A.
& de Queiroz, K. PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS AND HETEROGENEOUS EVOLUTIONARY PROCESSES AMONG PHRYNOSOMATINE SAND LIZARDS (SQUAMATA, IGUANIDAE) ?genus=Holbrookia&species=maculata.
However, these lizards often lose part of their tails to predators, and can grow a new one, so tail length is not a good characteristic for identification. Unlike the other species of earless lizards (all genus Holbrookia), they have tiny keels on their dorsal scales. Their scales are granular, meaning they do not over lap and very :// The desert iguana’s grayish-brown body coloring is advantageous for desert environments and may act as camouflage.
This includes Greenland, the Canadian Arctic islands, and all of the North American as far south as the highlands of central Mexico. acoustic. uses sound to communicate. A Review of the Crocidilians, Lizards, Snakes Phrynosomatidae (horned lizards, sand lizards, spiny lizards, and relatives) is a species-rich and widely-distributed clade of North American lizards .
The two primary subclades within A solution to the long neglected Holbrookia lacerata problem, and the description of two new subspecies of Holbrookia.
Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 10 (11): Axtell, Ralph W. ?genus=Holbrookia&species=lacerata. The most thorough treatment of lizards of the United States and Canada, Handbook of Lizards has become a landmark among herpetologists and lizard specialists.
Hobart M. Smith spent years compiling and oganizing information on species of lizards for this classic study. With more than illustrations, including photographs, labeled drawings, range maps, and illustrated keys, this volume ?id=U76Cwm8PlCQC. Phrynosomatidae – North American Spiny Lizards: Subfamily: Phrynosomatinae Genus: Holbrookia Girard, – Earless Lizards, Lesser Earless Lizards: Direct Children: Species: Holbrookia approximans Baird, – Speckled Earless Lizard: Species: Holbrookia elegans Bocourt, – Elegant Earless Lizard: Species?search_topic=TSN&search_value= New species of North American lizards of the genera Holbrookia and Uta.
American Museum Novitates 1, 6 - get paper here Schulte, J.A. & de Queiroz, K. ?genus=Holbrookia&species=elegans. Journal/Book Name, Vol.
No.: Standard Common and Current Scientific Names for North American Amphibians and Reptiles, Fourth Edition: Page(s): ii + Publisher: Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles: Publication Place: St. Louis, Missouri, USA: ISBN/ISSN: Notes: Reference for: Holbrookia maculata ruthveni ?search_topic=TSN&search_value= Phrynosomatidae – North American Spiny Lizards: Subfamily: Phrynosomatinae Genus: Holbrookia Girard, – Earless Lizards, Lesser Earless Lizards: Species: Holbrookia lacerata Cope, – Spot-tailed Earless Lizard, Lagartija-sorda cola punteada, Plateau Earless Lizard, ?search_topic=TSN&search_value= Phrynosomatidae – North American Spiny Lizards: Subfamily: Phrynosomatinae Genus: Holbrookia Girard, – Earless Lizards, Lesser Earless Lizards: Species: Holbrookia lacerata Cope, – Spot-tailed Earless Lizard, Lagartija-sorda cola punteada, Plateau Earless Lizard, Northern Spot-tailed Earless Lizard: Direct Children: ?search_topic=TSN&search_value= Type Species: Cophosaurus texanus is the type species of the genus Cophosaurus TROSCHEL Etymology The generic name is derived from the Greek words “copho”, meaning deaf, and sauros, meaning lizard, in reference to the absence of an external ear ?genus=Cophosaurus&species=texanus.
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References to the Tuatara in the Stephen Island letter book / View Metadata. By: Schmidt, Karl Patterson, A review of the North American genus of lizards Holbrookia. Bulletin Holbrookia approximans BAIRD Holbrookia maculata approximans — SMITH Holbrookia maculata approximans — SMITH & TAYLOR 83 Holbrookia approximans — WEBB Holbrookia maculata approximans — BARTLETT & BARTLETT Description of new genera and species of North American lizards in the museum of the ?genus=Holbrookia&species=approximans.
Resolving the short phylogenetic branches that result from rapid evolutionary diversification often requires large numbers of loci. We collected targeted sequence capture data from nuclear loci ( ultraconserved elements and 44 protein-coding genes) to estimate the phylogenetic relationships among iguanian lizards in the North American genus :// North American fringe-toed lizards (Uma) are medium sized (20–35 g), and have differentiated into six species, each restricted to desert sand dunes; four west of the continental divide and two to the east.
The separation of these two groups by over km of unsuitable habitat and disjunct drainage basins presents an intriguing and A review of phylogenetic hypotheses for lizards of the genus Sceloporus (Phrynosomatidae): Implications for ecological and evolutionary studies Article Full-text available Reproductive Cycles of Lizards from Western North America 87/96 (91%) of North American lizards follow this vary in members of the same genus.
This was noted in lizards that breed in 3 Bulletin of The Chicago Academy of Sciences Vol. 10 Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences A Solution to the Long Neglected Holbrookia lacerata Problem, and the Description of Two New Subspecies of Holbrookia Ralph W.
Axtell University of Texas, Austin An interest in the lizard genus Holbrookia that dates back to my high The extant squamates (> known species of lizards and snakes) are one of the most diverse and conspicuous radiations of terrestrial vertebrates, but no studies have attempted to reconstruct a phylogeny for the group with large-scale taxon sampling.
Such an estimate is invaluable for comparative evolutionary studies, and to address their :// lizard body structures Specialized body structures of lizards: (A) frill of a frilled lizard (Chlamydosaurus kingii), (B) dewlap of an anole (Anolis), (C) fin of the water lizard (Hydrosaurus), (D) toe fans of a fan-footed gecko (Ptyodactylus hasselquistii), and (E) toes of the fringe-toed lizard (Uma).
Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. Lizards occupy diverse habitats that range from underground for North American amphibians and reptiles north of Mexico is also a special publication for the seventh World Congress of Herpetology and we are delighted to share it with the global herpetological community.
The seventh edition is an update of the sixth edition published inwith new scientific and English COMPARATIVE POPULATION CYTOGENETICS, SPECIATION, AND EVOLUTION OF THE IGUANID LIZARD GENUS SCELOPORUS.
A thesis presented. William Purington Hall, III. The Department of Biology. In partial fulfilment of the requirements. for the degree of. Doctor of Philosophy.
in the subject of. Biology. Harvard University. Cambridge The snowshoe hare (Lepus americanus) is a boreal North American species that undergoes seasonal coat color change from brown to white to minimize coat color contrast in winter (Fig.
1f). Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, ultimate legal requirements with respect to species are contained in ?search_topic=TSN&search_value= PDF | Herein we document the occurrence of Holbrookia approximans in the state of Aguascalientes, Mexico, after a hiatus of 43 years since the last | Find, read and cite all the research you A Review of the Lizards of Ceylon.
Taylor, Edward H. 1st Edition. International Turtle and Tortoise Society Journal. Several. New Tree Frogs of the Genus Hyla from the Cloud Forests of Western Guerrero, Mexico. Adler, Kraig, and David M. Dennis Variation in the Central American Iguanid Lizard, Anolis Cupreus, with the Description Dimetrodon (/ d aɪ ˈ m iː t r ə d ɒ n / or / d aɪ ˈ m ɛ t r ə d ɒ n /, meaning "two measures of teeth") is an extinct genus of non-mammalian synapsids that lived during the Cisuralian (Early Permian), around – million years ago (Ma).
It is a member of the family most prominent feature of Dimetrodon is the large neural spine sail on its back formed by In addition, the sand lizards (genera Uma, Callisaurus, and Holbrookia), together with Phrynosoma, form a monophyletic group diagnosed by the absence of lacrimals and postfrontals.
Few life history characters unite the phrynosomatids, beyond a vague preference for arid :// A Review of the Frogs of the Hyla bistincta Group Duellman, William E.
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Jun Liu, in The Jehol Fossils, The undoubted oldest-known lizards were found in the Middle Jurassic. They are represented by several genera of about three infraorders. Thus, lizards must have originated earlier than this time, and the earliest lizard should have appeared on earth at least from the Triassic, in view of the date of the origin of the sphenodontians, Santaisnaurus, found Contact Us Natural History Books Keokuk Street Iowa City, IA Voice: () Fax: () [email protected]://