Xerobates


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possible new genus for desert and Texas tortoises based on recent research

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However, in the desert tortoise (Xerobates agassizi), the kidneys showed as triangular shapes, although they have also been described as loosely lobulate, which was not seen in this study (PENNINCK et al, 1991) In this study, no distinction was observed between the kidney and the pelvis, medulla and cortex or the ureters (PENNINCK et al., 1991; MARTORELL et al., 2004).
Dicken Everson, "The Desert Tortoise (Xerobates agassizii) in the Prehistory of the Southwestern Great Basin and Adjacent Areas," Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology no.
Phylogeographic patterns in mitochondrial DNA of the desert tortoise (Xerobates agassizii), and evolutionary relationships among the North American gopher tortoises.
Phylogeographic patterns in mitochondrial DNA of the desert tortoise (Xerobates agassizi), and evolutionary relationships among the North American gopher tortoises.
Our mtDNA-based projections of early rather than late Quaternary speciation in chickadees are in accord with similar conclusions for a variety of congeneric vertebrates, including desert tortoises (Xerobates), grasshopper mice (Onychomys), and brown towhees (Pipilo) of the arid habitats of western North America (Lamb et al., 1989; Riddle and Honeycutt, 1990; Zink and Dittmann, 1991), and freshwater fishes of the southeastern U.S.