teiid lizard


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Related to teiid lizard: whiptail lizard, family Teiidae
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Synonyms for teiid lizard

tropical New World lizard with a long tail and large rectangular scales on the belly and a long tail

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Variation, distribution and ecology of Mexican teiid lizard Cnemidoporus calidipes.
Molecular Phylogeny and Biogeography of West Indian Teiid lizards of the Genus Ameiva.
Life in the trees: the ecology and life history of Kentropyx striatus (Teiidae) in the lavrado area of Roraima, Brazil, with comments of the life histories of tropical teiid lizards.
Sexual selection versus alternative causes of sexual dimorphism in teiid lizards.
Relationship of clutch size to body size and elevation of habitat in three subspecies of the teiid lizard, Cnemidophorus tigris.
Two of the behaviors described in this study, face-off and arched back display, have not been reported in parthenogenetic whiptail lizards, but have been observed in males of bisexual species of other species of teiid lizards.
The Laredo striped whiptail, Cnemidophorus laredoensis, is a parthenogenetic teiid lizard which occurs in the sandy disturbed habitats in and near the Rio Grande Valley of Texas and Mexico (Walker 1987).
A preliminary report of reproduction in the teiid lizard, Cnemidophorus hyperythrus beldingi.
We investigated intraspecific resource partitioning among age-sex classes of Cnemidophorus gularis, a large, common, teiid lizard that ranges widely from the prairies, grasslands, and rocky hillsides of Texas and northern Mexico, into southern Oklahoma and the eastern edge of New Mexico.
Skin grafting in the bisexual teiid lizard Cnemidophorus sexlineatus and the unisexual C.
A preliminary paper was provided on this matter (Cei, 2003), dealing with supraocular scales in species and genera of Iguania, as well as in some far-away taxonomic categories, such as Scleroglossa Teiid lizards.
A study of the teiid lizards of the genus Cnemidophorus with special reference to their phylogenetic relationships.