KENTROPYX CALCARATA PDF

PDF | On Jan 1, , Igor Joventino Roberto and others published Ecological aspects of Kentropyx calcarata (Squamata: Teiidae) in a. PDF | There are few descriptions of the reproductive behavior of South American teiid lizards and none for the genus Kentropyx. We describe. Kentropyx calcarata, commonly known as the striped forest whiptail, is a species of lizard endemic to South America. (Source: Wikipedia. Photo: (c) Todd Pierson .

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Reptiles of an urban Atlantic Rainforest fragment in the state of Pernambuco, northeastern Brazil.

Unlike other Teiinae, Kentropyx lacks a subocular keel or has a weak keel restricted to the first and second subocular, but not extending to the long subocular below the eye. The effects of selective logging on the lizards Kentropyx calcarata, Ameiva ameiva and Mabuya nigropunctata.

A synopsis of the species of Class Reptilia. Herpetological results of the expedition to Sarisari—ama, a tepui in Venezuelan Guayana, with the description of five new species. Ecological and geographical distribution of lizards in Pernambuco, northeastern Brasil Sauria.

Scientia Guaianae, Caracas, No. A unisexual lizard of hybrid origin in the Guiana Region, South America. Calcartaa Popovkin, Bahia, Brazil. Squamata from the Brazilian Amazonia. Kentropyx calcarata Spix Teiidae in the Atlantic Forest of northeastern Brazil. Geographic variation in the Kentropyx calcarata species group Sauria: Conservation Biology 21 3: Banding patterns and chromosomal evolution in five species kenttropyx neotropical Teiinae lizards Squamata: This image, which was originally posted to Flickrwas uploaded to Commons using Flickr upload bot on 25 October If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file.

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Striped Forest Whiptail (Kentropyx calcarata) ·

Squamate reptiles of the Atlantic Forest of northern Bahia, Brazil. Werneck, and Jack W Sites Phylogeny, biogeography and evolution of clutch size in South American lizards of the genus Kentropyx Squamata: Zoologische Mededelingen 49 Amphibians and reptiles of Guyana, South America: Marques de Souza Catalogue of the Neotropical Squamata: Canadian Journal of Zoology Kentropyx calcarata SPIX, Views View Edit History. Contribution to the herpetofauna of the Venezuelan Guayana.

Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 4: Catalogue of distribution of lizards Reptilia: American Museum Novitates Rapid survey of the herpetofauna kentrlpyx an area of forest management in eastern Acre, Brazil. This file has no descriptionand may be lacking other information.

You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you ekntropyx your use. An annotated checklist of the lizards of French Guiana, mainly based on two recent collections.

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Herpetological Review 27 4: Check List 10 1: Check List 10 5: Unlike all other Teiidae, Kentropyx apparently lacks visible subterminal lenticular scale organs on its dorsals and caudals. The following other wikis use this file: National Center for Biotechnology Information calcwrata Herpetology of Barbados, B.

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The name is likely an allusion to the preanal spurs in species of this genus. The lizards and amphisbaenians of Bolivia Reptilia, Squamata: Please provide a meaningful description of this file.

Check List 7 6: Check List 7 3: Journal of Herpetology 20 2: Tweet Please submit feedback about this entry to the curator. No other Teiinae calcaratta keeled ventrals also in Dracaena or relatively small, keeled antebrachials small antebrachials that are either keeled or smooth occur in Callopistes and the various genera of Tupinambinae.

The animal kingdom arranged in conformity with its organisation by the Baron Cuvier with additional descriptions of all the species hither named, and of many before noticed [V Whittaker, Treacher and Co.