lacertid lizard


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squamulosa differs from that of other lacertid lizards from southern Africa which typically begin sperm production in late winter or early spring concurrent with the onset of yolk deposition.
Reproduction in two Namib Desert lacertid lizards (Aporosaura anchietae and Meroles cuneirostris).
Temporal patterns of basking behaviour in a Mediterranean lacertid lizard.
Breeding coloration, mating opportunities, activity, and survival in the lacertid lizard Psammodromus algirus.
Variation in the effect of profitability on prey size selection by the lacertid lizard Psammodromus algirus.
In this paper, we study two widely distributed Mediterranean lacertid lizards that differ both in their habitat selection patterns and in thermal conditions within their habitats: Psammodromus algirus and Acanthodactylus erythrurus (see Salvador 1985, Arnold 1989).
The lacertid lizards studied are either primarily terrestrial, or partly saxicolous and partly ground dwelling.
1993), which we consider as biologically unrealistic for lacertid lizards.
These data indicate that these lacertid lizards constitute a fairly homogeneous group with respect to thermoregulatory preferences.
Exploring female reproductive tactics: trade-offs between clutch size, egg mass and newborn size in lacertid lizards.
Relationships between head size, bite force, prey handling efficiency and diet in two sympatric lacertid lizards.
suborbitalis from the Republic of South Africa and to compare it with reproduction in other south African lacertid lizards.
It thus differs from males of other African lacertid lizards in which the peak of spermiogenesis is in summer: (Pedioplanis burchelli Nkosi et al.
Subsequent studies will be required to elucidate the diversity of reproductive strategies of South African lacertid lizards.
Prey odor discrimination by teiid and lacertid lizards and the relationship of prey odor detection to foraging mode in lizard families.