2 edition of new lacertid lizard from Angola. found in the catalog.
new lacertid lizard from Angola.
|Series||Chicago Natural History Museum. Publication, no. 802, Fieldiana: zoology,, v. 39, no. 2, Publication (Chicago Natural History Museum) ;, no. 802., Fieldiana: zoology ;, v. 39, no. 2.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .F4 vol. 39, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||57000929|
Angola has a rich history of ornithological exploration going back to the early s. From the earlys to , however, the civil war prevented access to many areas, and very little work on birds was done. From about the early s information on birds in Angola has been gathered at an increasing rate, with new species being added to the list and a . Size A medium-sized lacertid, 17–20 cm. Description It has a small head and a fairly stout body. The tail is long, 60–70% of total length. The most conspicuous feature of this small, active lizard is the small, strongly keeled body scales.
The lizard was reproduced from a drawing by the illustrator and architect Ib Andersen (). The sand lizard (Lacerta agilis) is a lacertid lizard distributed across most of Europe and eastwards to Mongolia. Denomination in numerals and in words is centered. Also in . lizard News: Latest and Breaking News on lizard. Explore lizard profile at Times of India for photos, videos and latest news of lizard. Also find news, photos and videos on lizard.
José Eduardo Agualusa's The Book of Chameleons has an unusual narrator, says Nicholas Lezard Nicholas Lezard Sat 30 Jun EDT First published on . LACERTID LIZARDS and other members of the family Lacertidae Introduction. Lacertids is a term that is more or less synonymous with the lizards of the family Lacertidae, particularly the Lacerta species themselves. Most Europeans will probably unconsciously think of a lacertid if the word "lizard" is mentioned, and indeed Lacertids are very much.
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A new lacertid lizard from Angola by Marx, Hymen. Publication date Topics Ichnotropis miscrolepidota Publisher [Chicago] Chicago Natural History Museum Collection This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
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New lacertid lizard from Angola. [Chicago] Chicago Natural History Museum, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Hymen Marx.
Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): ersitylibrary (external link)Author: Hymen. Marx. Lacertid diversity in Angola (13 species) is reduced relative to South Africa (29) and Namibia (24), but is known to be under-represented and recently described Pedioplanis species (Conradie et al.
a), and recently discovered cryptic diversity in other lacertid genera (Branch and Tolley ; Conradie et al. ) will increase species Cited by: 5. A new endemic Sandveld Lizard, genus Nucras, is described from south-western Angola. Morphologically it resembles members of the Nucras tessellata group, but it.
An artificial key to the New-World species of crocodilians. Copeia (1): 1–2. DOI: / JSTOR; Marx, H. A new lacertid lizard from Angola. Fieldiana: Zoology 39(2): 5–9. BHL Reference page.
Marx, H. Keys to the lizards and snakes of Egypt. United States Naval Medical Research Unit No. 3, Cairo, 8 pp. Here we report the discovery of a new lacertid-like lizard from the Eocene Messel locality of Germany that provides the first morphological evidence for lacertid.
The biodiversity of the 5, km-long Great Escarpment of southern Africa is currently poorly known, despite hosting half of the subcontinent’s centres of plant endemism and to have a rich endemic vertebrate fauna, particularly in the north-west and east. A country-based overview of endemism, data deficiencies and conservation challenges is provided, with Angola being the country Cited by: Ichnotropis microlepidota Marx, 5; Type locality: “the foot of Mount Moco, Benguela Province, Angola.” References Primary references.
Marx, H. A new lacertid lizard from Angola. microlepidota. The Reptile Database. Accessed on 15 January Vernacular names. English: Marx's Rough-scaled Lizard. Retrieved from. The tail of the spotted sand lizard is not as long as that of other lacertids, but the lizard has the typical lacertid built, namely a elongated, slender body with well-developed legs and long toes.
It has femoral pores on each thigh. Mori, A. Tail vibration of the Japanese grass lizard Takydromus tachydromoides as a tactic against a snake predator.
Journal of Ethology 8: ; Mori, A. Spontaneous immobility of the Japanese lacertid lizard, Takydromus tachydromoides. Japanese Journal of Herpetology ; Common Names: Japanese Grass Lizard.
We report on the reproductive characteristics of the lizard Lacerta lepida from two separate geographic regions in Spain. Lizards from central Spain (L. lepida lepida) mature at an age of months. upon attaining a minimum size of mm snout-vent-length.
One clutch averaging eggs is produced by: The spotted sand lizard is a ground-dwelling lizard common in areas with open ground and plenty of rock fragments and its legs are most effective for compacted sands.
On a local scale different co-occuring lacertid species such as (Pedioplanis), with the description of two new species from south-western Angola. African Journal of. TRICHY: Leschenault's snake eye lizard – from the lacertid lizard family- endemic to Western Ghats in India and eastern Sri Lanka, has been spotted for the first time in Puliyancholai of Kolli.
A new lacertid lizard from Korea. 🔊 8. The lizard talks so loudly he attracts the attention of the owner. 🔊 9. The turtle and the lizard see a bees' nest. 🔊 In this way the lame man by means of the lizard saved his life.
🔊 We're passing the Lizard now. 🔊 They crouched, beside a humped shape like a gigantic lizard. A new species of lizard technically dubbed Cordylus namakuiyus has been found in the southern region of Angola by a team of scientists from Angola, Portugal, Britain and South Africa, ANGOP has.
The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. A new iguanid lizard of the genus Ctenoblepharis. View Metadata Field Museum of Natural History Library.
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Abstract. I studied the thermoregulatory behaviour of the diurnal basker Psammodromus algirus (Reptilia, Lacertidae) in the mosaic of sunshade patches of a Mediterranean evergreen forest. 48 behavioural sequences associated with measurements of the thermal environment provided data on the percentages of time spent basking by focal animals, the duration of individual Cited by:.
I recently got to see a live lacertid of a type I’d never seen before: a Green keel-bellied lizard Gastropholis prasina, a shockingly long-tailed, green, east African lacertid endemic to the coastal forests of Mozambique, Tanzania and reaches 40 cm in total (which seems pretty huge for a lacertid), but is more usually cm.Ichnotropis microlepidota is a species of African lizard in the family is commonly called Marx's rough-scaled lizard and is largely found in Angola, Africa.
I. microlepidota is a terrestrial lizard and was first discovered at the foot of Mount MocoFamily: Lacertidae.A new lacertid lizard from Angola. View Metadata. By: Marx, Hymen. A new lizard from Mexico with a note on the genus Norops, View Metadata. By: Schmidt, Karl Patterson, Publication info: Cincinnati, O.[Western Methodist Book Concern] Holding Institution: University Library, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign.