BARISIA IMBRICATA PDF
Hemipenes in females of the Mexican viviparous lizard Barisia imbricata ( Squamata: Anguidae): an example of heterochrony in sexual development. External character data from members of the Barisia imbricata complex support the validity of Tihen’s (b) arrangement, with two species (B. levicollis. PDF | Barisia imbricata imbricata is an endemic anguid lizard living in the highlands of central Mexico, mainly in the Trans-Mexican Volcanic.
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Find more photos by Google images search: ZMB imbricata Holotype: Gerrhonotine lizards with the skull not widened or depressed ; frontal bone not in contact with the maxillae ; pterygoid teeth absent or vestigial; dorsal osteoderms with a well-defined, strongly thickened basal area; lateral fold moderately to well developed, with a moderate or large granular area ; sides of the neck finely granular; postero-ventral surfaces of the forearms and shanks granular; minimum number of scales in a single row across the nape six to ten; anterior internasals present; postrostral present or absent; subocular and postocular series well differentiated from each other; the suboculars extend to the lowest primary temporal; twelve to fourteen ventral scale rows fide TIHEN Etymology The generic name was derived from the Greek word barys, meaning “heavy,” apparently in reference to the robust body of B.
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Burg and David Chiszar Evolutionary speciation in the alligator lizards of the genus Barisia. An annotated checklist and key to the reptiles of Mexico exclusive of the snakes. Potential distribution of the endemic imbricate alligator lizard Barisia imbricata imbricata in highlands of central Mexico.
Amphibia-Reptilia – get paper here Tihen, J. Gerrhonotine lizards recently added to the American Museum collection, with further revisions of the genus Abronia. American Museum Novitates A review of the lizard genus Barisia.
Check List 9 4: Descriptiones et icones amphibiorum. Cotttae, Stuttgartiae, Monachii et Tubingiae, xxv-xxxvi pp. Barjsia asynchrony and antagonism of sex determination pathways in a lizard with temperature-induced sex reversal.
Scientific Reports, 8 1- get paper here Wiegmann,A. Isis von Oken 21 4: A conservation reassessment of the reptiles of Mexico based on the EVS measure. The herpetofauna of Puebla, Mexico: Mesoamerican Herpetology 4 imbrucata Variation in the rare lizard Barisia rudicollis Wiegmann Anguidae with description of a new species from Central Mexico.
Phylogeny and evolution of dorsal pattern in the Mexican endemic lizard genus Barisia Anguidae: Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 43 3: Tweet Please submit feedback about this entry to the curator. Reptarium The Reptile Database.
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The generic name was derived from the Greek word barys, meaning “heavy,” apparently in reference to the robust body of B.