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Revision of the African lizards of the family Cordylidae
Bibliography: p. 110-118.
|Statement||by Arthur Loveridge.|
|Series||Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology -- v. 95, no. 1|
|Contributions||Harvard University. Museum of Comparative Zoology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||118 p., 12 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||118|
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Cordylidae, family of small to medium-sized lizards that range in length from 6 to 30 cm ( to inches). They occur in sub-Saharan Africa and Madagascar and include about 10 genera and more than 80 species, which have spiny or platelike.
The Sekukhune flat lizard (Platysaurus orientalis) is a species of lizard in the family Cordylidae. The species is endemic to South Africa. It has two subspecies.
Description. Females and juveniles have a black back with white Revision of the African Lizards of the Family Cordylidae. Bull. Mus. : Cordylidae. Author of Reptiles of the Pacific World, Revision of the African Lizards of the Family Cordylidae, and Australian Amphibia in the Museum of Comparative Zo logy, Cambridge, Massachusetts3/5(1).
Lang's crag lizard (Pseudocordylus langi), also known commonly as Lang's girdled lizard, is a species of lizard in the family Cordylidae. The species is endemic to Southern Africa.
Etymology. The "Revision of the African Lizards of the Family Cordylidae". Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool.,Class: Reptilia. The lizards of South Africa. Transvaal Museum Memoirs 1: 1– Reference page. Loveridge, A. Revision of the African lizards of the family Cordylidae. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 1–, pls.
1– BHL Reference page. Lang, M. Generic relationships within Cordyliformes (Reptilia: Squamata). Books shelved as lizards: Art & Max by David Wiesner, Holes by Louis Sachar, Brief Thief by Michaël Escoffier, Green Lizards vs. Red Rectangles by Steve. Family: Cordylidae The Family: Cordylidae, Girdle-tailed Lizards, consists of about 71 species in 4 genera.
They are found in Africa southeast of the Sahara and in Madagascar. These lizards inhabit mostly rocky areas, though one species digs burrows. They are mostly insectivores.
A revised taxonomy for the Lizard Families Gerrhosauridae and Cordylidae. in the South African Red Data Book should be retained. lizards Author: Raymond Hoser. A taxonomic revision of the south-eastern dragon lizards of the Smaug warreni (Boulenger) species complex in southern Africa, with the description of a.
Loveridge,A. Revision of the African lizards of the family Cordylidae. Bull. Mus. comp. Zool. Harvard 95 (1): - get paper here; MOUTON, P. LE FRAS N.; DAHNÉ A. JANSE VAN RENSBURG and JOHANNES H. VAN WYK Epidermal glands in cordylid lizards, with special reference to generation Names: Lang’s Crag Lizard.
Michael F. Bates and Edward L. Stanley. A Taxonomic Revision of the South-eastern Dragon Lizards of the Smaug warreni (Boulenger) Species Complex in southern Africa, with the Description of A New Species (Squamata: Cordylidae).
PeerJ. 8:e DOI: /peerj A molecular perspective on the phylogeny of the girdled lizards (Cordylidae, Squamata). American Museum Novitates 1– DOI: /. Cordylidae Mertens, This revision is as a result of an assessment of previously published material combined with in situ observations of relevant taxa in the African region and a number of preserved specimens of most previously described species-level.
Abstract. To substantiate the claim of a relationship between generation gland morphology and degree of body armour in cordylid lizards, we studied the nine species in the genus predicted that well armoured species in this clade will have multi-layer generation glands, and lightly armoured species two-layer : le Fras Mouton, Alexander Flemming, Michael Bates, Chris Broeckhoven.
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Introduction. The girdled lizards (Cordylidae) are a family of distinctively armored scinciform lizards endemic to Sub-Saharan Africa. There are 80 named taxa within the group, most of which are highly adapted for a rock-dwelling lifestyle, though the family encompasses a wide variety of morphologies, life histories and by: Revision of the African lizards of the family Cordylidae.
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In the United States, the lizards of this group are found from southern New York, southern South.Full text of "Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College" See other formats.Revision of the African lizards of the family Gerrhosauridae.
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