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boskianus was unexpected but because its juvenile colour pattern (black-and-white striped trunk and pale blue tail) closely resembles that of another juvenile lacertid found in the UAE, Omanosaura cyanura, a Hajar Mountain endemic (Feulner 2013).
Ecomorphological correlates of habitat partitioning in Corsican lacertid lizards.
Evolution of sprint speed in lacertid lizards: morphological, physiological, and behavioral covariation.
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.
It is thus not surprising that the reptiles whose range reaches as far north as the boreal forests, the lacertid lizard (Lacerta vivipara) and the European viper (Vipera berus), are viviparous (live-bearing).
Sightings of the single lacertid recorded, the diurnal, heliophilic Adolfus africanus, were restricted to a treefall at 1560 m.
Telford (1997) found the same seven helminth species in three consecutive yr in the Japanese lacertid lizard, Takydromus tachydromoides.
I examined environmentally induced phenotypic variability and the validity of ecomorphological patterns, such as Bergmann's and Allen's rules, in four Middle-Eastern wide-ranging lacertid lizards: Phoenicolacerta laevis, Ophisops elegans, Acanthodactylus boskianus, and Mesalina guttulata.
Exploring female reproductive tactics: trade-offs between clutch size, egg mass and newborn size in lacertid lizards.
simonyi) was the largest and robust lacertid lizard in the world (more than 4.6 ft [1.40 m] long).
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 subject of this study, the western Canary island lacertid, Gallotia galloti, is a medium-sized diurnal herbivore found on Tenerife (and associated islets), La Palma, El Hierro, and La Gomera [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
- Podarcis muralis is a small oviparous, diurnal, old world lacertid lizard widely distributed throughout much of mainland Europe (Arnold and Burton, 1978).