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Synonyms for Gerrhonotus

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Reproductive biology of the anguid lizard Gerrhonotus coeruleus principis.
Reproduction in the Arizona alligator lizard, Gerrhonotus kingi.
Gerrhonotus paucicarinatus Fitch San Lucan alligator lizard.
Reproductive biology of the anguid lizard, Gerrhonotus coeruleus principis.
One hundred and five specimens of Gerrhonotus ophiurus (47 males, mean snout-vent length, SVL = 107 mm [+ or -] 12 SD range = 76 - 130 mm; 58 females, SVL = 113 mm [+ or -] 10 SD, range 95 - 136 mm) were collected near San Antonio Ixtatetla, Municipio de Huayacocotla, Veracruz, Mexico (20[degrees]43'N, 98[degrees]22'W) during eight months of 1991.
ophiurus produce more than one clutch per year although Burkett (1962) reported two clutches (15 May and 9 June) were produced in the same year by Gerrhonotus infernalis.
Table 1 Monthly distribution of reproductive stages in the testicular cycle of 47 Gerrhonotus ophiurus from Veracruz, Mexico, January-October, 1991.
Two clutches of eggs in the lizard, Gerrhonotus liocephalus infernalis.
Growth and survivorship in a California population of Gerrhonotus coerulea, with comments on intraspecific variation in adult female size.
TABLE 1--Mean ([+ or -] 1 SE), range, and sample size of each morphological variable (millimeters) in Gerrhonotus infernalis.
The Gerrhonotus of the San Lucan Fauna, Lower California, with diagnosis of other west American species.
Gerrhonotus infernalis had a large number of mites in small clusters from the sides of the neck along the length of the flanks, protected in the granular fold that is characteristic of Anguidae (Fig.