Holbrookia


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Oviductal morphology and sperm storage in the keeled earless lizard, Holbrookia propinqua.
The systematic relationships of certain lizards in two species groups of the genus Holbrookia.
Three species of lizards (Sceloporus undulatus garmani, Holbrookia maculata and Cnemidophorus sex-lineatus) were observed on the mark-recapture grid in 1993.
Only three resident individual Holbrookia (two males, one female)were captured during the summer of 1993.
Nonetheless, more than one taxa of non-Phrynosoma phrynosomatid certainly are represented in the material, including small, delicate dentaries within the size range of small species of Cophosaurus, Holbrookia, Sceloporus, Urosaurus, and Uta (all of which occur in, or near the cave today; Dixon, 2000), while others are more robust and in the size range of larger species, especially the larger species of Sceloporus.
A sample of 98 Holbrookia elegans from Santa Cruz County, Arizona, Hidalgo County, New Mexico, Sinaloa and Sonora, Mexico consisting of 55 males (mean snout-vent length, [SVL] = 57.
Monthly stages in the testicular cycle of 55 Holbrookia elegans from Santa Cruz County, Arizona (n = 9), Hidalgo County, New Mexico (n = 5), Sinaloa (n = 11) and Sonora (n = 30), Mexico.
A method of counting some diurnal ground lizards of the general Holbrookia and Cnemidophorus with results from Big Bend National Park.
An ecological study of the lizard genera Holbrookia and Cnemidophorus in the Big Bend National Park, with a checklist of the reptiles and amphibians.
In the dunes of Tamaulipas, the reptile fauna includes four lizards (six-lined racerunner, Texas horned lizard Phrynosoma cornutum, glass lizard Ophisaurus incomptus, and northern keeled earless lizard Holbrookia propinqua), a snake (western ribbon snake Thamnophis proximus), and a turtle (Texas tortoise Gopherus berlandieri).
Comparative life-histories of Holbrookia maculata and Sceloporus undulatus in western Nebraska.