Cnemidophorus sexlineatus


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very swift lizard of eastern and central United States

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Aspects of the thermal biology of the six-lined racerunner Cnemidophorus sexlineatus (Squamata: Teiidae) in west-central Florida.
The six-lined racerunner, Cnemidophorus sexlineatus, occurs only in one isolated population in Tuscola County and no where else in Michigan.
The number of marked recaptures exceeded 10 individuals for only two species of lizards, however, the widespread Cnemidophorus sexlineatus (26 recaptures of 23 individuals in eight scrubs) and the precinctive Sceloporus woodi (108 recaptures of 93 individuals in 10 scrubs).
This favors some species (e.g., Ophisaurus attenuatus) and works to the disadvantage of others (e.g., Cnemidophorus sexlineatus and Phrynosoma cornutum).
Ontogenetic comparison of body temperature selection and thermal tolerance of Cnemidophorus sexlineatus. Journal of Herpetology 22:414-476.
laredoensis A, it was the parthenogen's paternal progenitor Cnemidophorus sexlineatus that was the most abundant whiptail lizard at the site (n = 25 + 10 observed); relatively few C.
In a sample of only 29 snakes, they found three specimens of Cnemidophorus sexlineatus, two of Scincella lateralis, and one of Eumeces laticeps.
Species of western or southern origin and characteristic of warmer or drier conditions (e.g., Fowler's toad, Bufo fowleri, the six-lined racerunner, Cnemidophorus sexlineatus, and the western slender glass lizard, Ophisaurus attenuatus) presumably entered the Calumet region during a hypsithermal interval (Smith & Minton 1957) about 6200 to 5050 ybp (Ahearn & Kapp 1984).
17 18.5 Sylvilagus (total) 19 20.7 Procyon lotor 1 1.1 AVES Colinus virginianus 7 7.6 Melanerpes carolinus 1 1.1 Rallus longirostris 1 1.1 Unidentified warbler * 1 1.1 Unidentified birds 2 2.2 REPTILIA Lygosoma laterale ** 2 2.2 Eumeces laticeps 1 1.1 Cnemidophorus sexlineatus 3 3.3 Prey item Source MAMMALIA Mammals (unidentified) Hamilton & Pollack (1955); Palmer & Braswell (1995) Eptesicus fuscus Anderson (1965) Peromyscus sp.
Ecology and behavior of the six-linked racerunner, Cnemidophorus sexlineatus. University of Kansas Science Bulletin 43:1-73.
17 18.5 Hamilton & Pollack (1955); Klauber (1956); Palmer & Braswell (1995); Clark (1949) Sylvilagus (total) 19 20.7 Procyon lotor 1 1.1 Martin & Wood (1955) AVES Colinus virginianus 7 7.6 Palmer & Braswell (1995); Clark (1949); this study Melanerpes carolinus 1 1.1 Hamilton & Pollack (1955) Rallus longirostris 1 1.1 Grant (1970) Unidentified warbler* 1 1.1 Palmer & Braswell (1995) Unidentified birds 2 2.2 Hamilton & Pollack (1955); Palmer & Braswell (1995) REPTILIA Lygosoma laterale** 2 2.2 Hamilton & Pollack (1955) Eumeces laticeps 1 1.1 Hamilton & Pollack (1955) Cnemidophorus sexlineatus 3 3.3 Hamilton & Pollack (1955) * Identification based on feathers.
Discussion--Trauth (1992) described Cnemidophorus sexlineatus stephensi from the plains of southern Texas (Starr, Jim Hogg, Brooks, and Kenedy counties) and Brazos and South Padre islands (Cameron County).
The seasonal reproductive, fat body and adrenal cycles of male six-lined racerunners (Cnemidophorus sexlineatus) in central Oklahoma.