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taxonomic study of Crotaphytus collaris between the Rio Grande and Colorado Rivers
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|Statement||by William Ingram III and Wilmer W. Tanner.|
|Series||Brigham Young University. Science bulletin. Biological series, v. 13, no. 2, Brigham Young University science bulletin., v. 13, no. 2.|
|Contributions||Tanner, Wilmer W., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QH1 .B863 vol. 13, no. 2, QL666.L25 .B863 vol. 13, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||78324238|
Fin clips were also collected from: (1) the Middle Rio Grande between Albuquerque and Elephant Butte Reservoir, which is in the central portion of the Rio Grande Rift (n = 36), (2) the South Canadian River between Ute Dam and the Texas border (n = 19), and (3) the Delaware River near its confluence with the Pecos River (n = 31, this was a. Terrarienbau für 1,2 Crotaphytus collaris Wichita Mountains - Duration: gehdanich views. Quitando PERCEBES del caparazón de TORTUGAS MARINAS en México y España.
Further reading. Axtell, Ralph W.; Montanucci, Richard R. (). "Crotaphytus collaris from the eastern Sonoran Desert: description of a previously unrecognized geographic race".Natural History Miscellanea, Chicago Academy of Sciences (): 1–8. (Crotaphytus collaris nebrius, new subspecies).McGuire, Jimmy A. (). Crotaphytus collaris (Say in James )—Eastern Collared Lizard. This large lizard is one of the two most common lizards recovered from the eastern portions of the region (the other being Phrynosoma hernandesi).It seemingly occurred throughout the Wisconsin record.
Crotaphytus collaris collaris: information (1) ADW doesn't cover all species in the world, nor does it include all the latest scientific information about organisms we describe. Though we edit our accounts for accuracy, we cannot guarantee all information in those accounts. While ADW staff and contributors provide references to books and. Crotaphytidae is a small family of lizards native to the southwest United States and Mexico, containing the Collared Lizards and Leopard Lizards. Contents[show] Description Crotaphytids are usually short, stocky, and with robust heads slightly larger than that of normal lizards. Their limbs are well-developed, and throughout much of their body their scales are granular. Taxonomy There are 2.
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A taxonomic study of Crotaphytus collaris between the Rio Grande and Colorado Rivers William Ingram III Department of Zoology and Entomology, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah Wilmer W.
Tanner Department of Zoology and Entomology, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah Follow this and additional works at: by: 7. Add tags for "A taxonomic study of Crotaphytus collaris between the Rio Grande and Colorado Rivers,". Be the first.
Little work has been done previously on the taxonomy of Crotaphytus collaris baileyi. This and the demonstration by Fitch and Tanner that C. baileyi is a heterogeneous grouping prompted the present study.
Only the populations of the type material, the Upper Colorado River Basin, and the Chihuahuan Desert were studied.
Multivariate, variance, canonical and discriminant analyses of external Cited by: 7. A taxonomic study of Crotaphytus collaris between the Rio Grande and Colorado Rivers. Brigham young University Science Bulletin 13 (2): Jones, L.L. & Lovich, R.E. A Taxonomic study of the western collared lizard (Crotaphytus collaris) Nathan M.
Smith Brigham Young University - Provo Follow this and additional works at: BYU ScholarsArchive Citation Smith, Nathan M., "A Taxonomic study of the western collared lizard (Crotaphytus collaris)" ().Author: Nathan M.
Smith. Ingram, W., and W. Tanner. A taxonomic study of Crotaphytus collaris between the Rio Grande and the Colorado rivers.
Brigham Young University Science Bullentin Jones, T. Collared lizards (Genus Crotaphytus). San Diego Herp. Soc. Newsletter 15 (9): Klein, T. Notes on the feeding habits of Crotaphytus reticulatus.
Crotaphytus collaris Name Synonyms Agama collaris Say, Leiosaurus collaris Duméril, Homonyms Crotaphytus collaris (Say, ) () Standard Common and Current Scientific Names for North American Amphibians, Turtles, Reptiles, and Crocodilians, Sixth Edition.: Center for North American Herpetology, 48 pp.
3 Crotaphtyus (Crotaphytus) collaris dickersonae—Weiner and Smith, Am. Midl. Nat., Crotaphytus collaris dickersonae—Smith and Tanner, Brigham. Unidirectional introgression of Crotaphytus collaris (western collared lizard) mitochondria into C.
reticulatus (reticulate collared lizard) populations in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas has. Crotaphytus collaris (common collared lizard) Taxonavigation. Taxonavigation: Pleurodonta Create a book; Download as PDF; Printable version; In other projects.
Wikimedia Commons; Wikipedia; In Wikipedia. Adult Crotaphytus collaris grow to lengths of cm ( in), including tail. General Distribution: In North America, Crotaphytus collaris is found from eastern Missouri west to Utah and south to Texas and northern Mexico.
Collared Lizards - Crotaphytus Collaris "New Mexico", Female. 10 Fishing knots for hooks, lure and swivels - How to tie a fishing knot - Duration:. A taxonomic study of Crotaphytus collaris between the Rio Grande and Colorado Rivers William Ingram III and Wilmer W.
Tanner. End Matter. PDF. End Matter, Vol. 13 No. Journal Home About This Journal Most Popular Papers Receive Email Notices or RSS Select an issue: Search. Reticulated Lizard. This rare lizard is known from only a very few localities in the Rio Grande Valley in the extreme *Ctenosaura sp.
Iguana. A species of Iguana enters the southern portion of the Rio Grande Valley of Texas, but up to the present time no specimens from that region have been added to any of the scientific collections. Prof. Western Spreaiing Adder. Western Texas, extending eastward in the Rio Grande V ley as far as Cameron County.
Common in the tris-Pecos counties and in the Panhandle west of tfe foot of the plains. In the Rio Grande Valley thl species seems to be found only in the border coUies and does not range northward into the interiqfor any distance.
This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue. Fighting the mirror. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Fitch & Tanner, Remarks concerning the systematics of the collard lizard, (Crotaphytus collaris), with a description of a new subspecies.
Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Sciences, vol. 54, n o 4, p. Ingram & Tanner, A taxonomic study of Crotaphytus collaris between the Rio Grande and Colorado Rivers. An Crotaphytus collaris in uska species han Reptilia nga ginhulagway ni Thomas Say hadton An Crotaphytus collaris in nahilalakip ha genus nga Crotaphytus, ngan familia nga Crotaphytidae.
Ginklasipika han IUCN an species komo diri gud kababarak-an. Subspecies. Ini nga species ginbahin ha masunod nga subspecies: C. auriceps; C. dickersonae; C. baileyi; C. fuscus. Crotaphytus reticulatus Baird Reticulate collared lizard. Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles (): - get paper here Nevárez-de-los-Reyes, Manuel, David Lazcano, Elí García-Padilla, Vicente Mata-Silva, Jerry D.
Johnson and Larry David Wilson. Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties.
However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, ultimate legal requirements with respect to species are contained in.Crotaphytus collaris dickersonae (Montanucci, Axtell & Dessauer ) Crotaphytus collaris baileyi Stejneger Crotaphytus collaris fuscus Ingram & Tanner Species and subspecies.
The following species and subspecies are recognized as being valid. Crotaphytus antiquus Axtell & Webb, – venerable collared lizard; Crotaphytus bicinctores N.M.
Smith & W.W. Tanner, – Great Basin collared lizard or desert collared lizard; Crotaphytus collaris (Say, ) – common collared lizard. Crotaphytus collaris auriceps Fitch & W.W. Tanner,