Gambelia


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Related to Gambelia: leopard lizard
  • noun

Synonyms for Gambelia

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Dorsal pattern polymorphism and adaptation in Gambelia wislizenii (Reptilia, Lacertilia, Iguanidae).
Phylogeography of a wide-ranging desert lizard, Gambelia wislizenii (Crotaphytidae).
TABLE 1--Haplotypes, locations (in California), and GenBank accession numbers of samples of Gambelia sila and G.
Gambelia copeii appears to follow a testicular cycle typical of other lizards from the North American temperate zone characterized by a spring-summer period of spermiogenesis followed by late summer regression (e.
copeii, although we suspect Lemm's statement is in reference to Gambelia wislizenii (see Parker and Pianka 1976).
Gambelia copeii examined from the California Academy of Sciences (CAS), Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County (LACM), Museum of Vertebrate Zoology (MVZ), and San Diego Society of Natural History (SDSNH).
Cope's Leopard Lizard, Gambelia copeii (Yarrow, 1882).
Early Pliocene Crotaphytus and Gambelia (Squamata: Crotaphytidae) from the Panaca Formation of southeastern Nevada.
Nematode Lizard host Locality Prevalence Atractis penneri Callisaurus Isla Angel de la Guarda 5/12, 42% draconoides Bahia San Francisquito 2/2, 100% not given 13/34, 38% Gambelia not given 1/1, 100% wislizenii Petrosaurus sp.
Hyla regilla, Gambelia copei, Phrynosoma coronatum, Sceloporus zosteromus, Sceloporus occidentalis, Uta stansburiana, Coleonyx variegatus, Cnemidophorus tigris, Elgaria [cedrosensis.
Dipsosaurus dorsalis, Gambelia copei, Sceloporus zosteromus, Urosaurus nigricaudus, Uta stansburiana, Phyllodactylus xanti, Cnemidophorus hyperythrus, Cnemidophorus tigris, Chilominescus stramenius, Masticophis fuliginosus, Pituophis vertebralis, Crotalus enyo.
Bufo punctatus, Callisaurus draconoides, Dipsosaurus dorsalis, Gambelia copei, Sceloporus zosteromus, Urosaurus nigricaudus, Uta stansburiana, Coleonyx variegatus, Phyllodactylus xanti, Cnemidophorus hyperythrus, Cnemidophorus tigris, Eridiphas slevini, Masticophis fuliginosus, Pituophis vertebralis.