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Synonyms for chuckwalla

a herbivorous lizard that lives among rocks in the arid parts of southwestern United States and Mexico

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Chuckwalla has been a DAM technology developer since 1992.
Ecological and nutritional management of the endangered Piebald chuckwalla (Sauromalus varius) in captivity.
Chuckwalla, meanwhile, focuses on pre-press and e-learning.
Differences in Body Size among Chuckwalla (Sauromalus obseus) Populations.
The authors are content merely to state the obvious by offering such nonexplanations as "[o]ne of Hanson's favorite design elements was a stylized rattlesnake" (71) or "[Hunter's] three-rod, made-for-sale baskets replicated flora and fauna of the region, frequently depicting chuckwalla lizards, birds, cacti, and bighorn sheep" (73).
He shoots at a chuckwalla scooting from field hole to field hole.
Concentric isn't the only rich media content management offering out there -- other notable players include Documentum, Chuckwalla, Scene 7, and Kaon Interactive.
The chuckwalla (Sauromalus obesus) lives among the rocks, sheltering in the cracks.
Before a single bag of trash is hauled to the proposed Eagle Mountain landfill adjacent to Joshua Tree National Park, NPCA and Citizens of the Chuckwalla Valley will continue opposition to the dump by filing a petition with the California Supreme Court, the highest court in the state.
Craig was soon up on a ridgetop, checking all crevices for the San Esteban chuckwalla, a threatened lizard that he has helped to breed in captivity over the past decade.
Clinal (gradual) or distinct body size differences between animal populations are ubiquitous, for example, in chuckwalla lizards (Case 1976), island and mainland lizards (Dunham et al.
Burgener served nearly three years in the Chuckwalla Valley State Prison in Blythe following his 1994 conviction on possession of methamphetamine, Ortiz said.
One example is the Chuckwalla Bench ACEC in the CDCA, which includes important habitat of the threatened desert tortoise.
The Eagle Mountain Landfill site is an abandoned open pit iron ore mine located in Chuckwalla Valley in Riverside County, California, and owned primarily by Kaiser Resources, Inc.
Many kinds of wildlife inhabit the park, including Gila Monsters, Horned lizards, Gecko lizards and Chuckwalla lizards.