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Lizards of the genus Lepidodactylus (Gekkonidae) from the Indo-Australian archipelago and the islands of the Pacific, with descriptions of new species

Walter Creighton Brown

Lizards of the genus Lepidodactylus (Gekkonidae) from the Indo-Australian archipelago and the islands of the Pacific, with descriptions of new species

by Walter Creighton Brown

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Published by California Academy of Sciences] in [San Francisco .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indo-Australian Region
    • Subjects:
    • Lepidodactylus -- Classification.,
    • Reptiles -- Classification.,
    • Reptiles -- Indo-Australian Region -- Classification.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Walter C. Brown and Fred Parker.
      SeriesProceedings of the California Academy of Sciences : fourth series,, v. 41, no. 8, Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences ;, v. 41, no. 8.
      ContributionsParker, Fred, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQ11 .C253 vol. 41, no. 8, QL666.L245 .C253 vol. 41, no. 8
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. 253-265 ;
      Number of Pages265
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3905215M
      LC Control Number81467832

      Lepidodactylus mutahi W. Brown & F. Parker, Bougainville's scaly-toed gecko (Lepidodactylus mutahi) is a species of lizard in the family : Reptilia.   A revised taxonomy of the gecko genera Lepidodactylus Fitzinger, , Luperosaurus Gray, and Pseudogekko Taylor, including the formal erection of .

      The dispersal of these lizards, of the genus Lepidodactylus, touches upon a major theory of island biogeography developed by celebrated biologist E.O. Wilson, dubbed the "taxon cycle" model. Genus: Lepidodactylus Fitzinger, – Scaly-toed S. Tilley and D. Wake (Crother, B., ed.). Scientific and Standard English Names of Amphibians and Reptiles of North America North of Mexico, With Comments Regarding Confidence In Our Understanding. Lepidodactylus lugubris: Geographic Information Geographic Division: Australia.

      There are five species of horned lizards of the genus Ceratophora. The males of all species carry elongated appendages at the end of their noses, which gives them their name. The Rhino-horned Lizard (Ceratophora stodarrtii), named Kagamuva Angkatussa in Sinhala, is endemic. Genus: Lepidodactylus Fitzinger, – Scaly-toed Geckos, Indo-Pacific Geckos S. Tilley and D. Wake (Crother, B., ed.). Scientific and Standard English Names of Amphibians and Reptiles of North America North of Mexico, With Comments Regarding Confidence In Our Understanding. Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: Checklist of Vertebrates of Biological classification: Genus.


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Lizards of the genus Lepidodactylus (Gekkonidae) from the Indo-Australian archipelago and the islands of the Pacific, with descriptions of new species by Walter Creighton Brown Download PDF EPUB FB2

Brown WC, Parker F () Lizards of the genus Lepidodactylus (Gekkonidae) from the Indo-Australian Archipelago and the islands of the Pacific, with description of new species.

Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences –   Lizards of the genus Lepidodactylus (Gekkonidae) from the Indo-Australian Archipelago and the Islands of the Pacific, with descriptions of new species.

Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 41 (8), pp. – Brown, W.C., and Parker, F. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning : George Albert Boulenger.

Lepidodactylus listeri, also known commonly as Lister's gecko or the Christmas Island chained gecko, is a species of gecko, a lizard in the family GekkonidaeFamily: Gekkonidae. Brown,W.C. & Parker,F. Lizards of the genus Lepidodactylus (Gekkonidae) from the Indo-Australian Archipelago and the islands of the Pacific, with description of new species.

Proc. Cal. Acad. Sci. - get paper here. Pseudogekko labialis possesses non-arched preanofemoral pore series, a diagnostic characteristic of the genus Lepidodactylus (Kluge, ).

Based on examination of external morphology of the available specimens, SILER et al. anticipate that P. labialis eventually will be placed back in the genus Lepidodactylus.

Lepidodactylus moestus (Micronesian Scaly-toed Gecko) Reproduction. Herpetological Review 48 (4): - get paper here; Ota, H., R. FISHER I. INEICH and T. Case Geckos of the genus Lepidodactylus (Squamata: Reptilia) in Micronesia: Description of a new species and reevaluation of the status of Gecko moestus Peters, Gekkonidae, Gekkota, Sauria, Squamata (lizards: geckos) Subspecies: Common Names: Mindanao Scaly-toed Gecko: Synonym: Lepidodactylus planicaudus STEJNEGER Lepidodactylus naujanensis TAYLOR Lepidodactylus planicaudus — TAYLOR 75 Lepidodactylus naujanensis — TAYLOR 76 Lepidodactylus planicaudus — BRONGERSMA Genus Lepidoblepharis (Costa Rica scaly-eyed gecko) Genus Sphaerodactylus (yellow-tailed dwarf gecko, spotted dwarf gecko) Genus Lepidodactylus (mourning gecko) Family Iguanidae.

Genus Ctenosaura (black spiny-tailed iguana) Genus Iguana (green iguana) Family Phyllodactylidae. Genus Thecadactylus (turnip-tailed gecko). Leiolepis rubritaeniata (MERTENS ), Red-banded Butterfly Lizard; [NON-NATIVE] Lepidodactylus lugubris (DUMÉRIL & BIBRON ), Mourning Gecko; [NON-NATIVE] Ophisaurus attenuatus (COPE ), Slender Glass Lizard.

Ophisaurus attenuatus longicaudus (MCCONKEY ), Eastern Slender Glass Lizard. Ophisaurus compressus (COPE ), Island Glass. Lizards of the genus Lepidodactylus (Gekkonidae) from the Indo-Australian Archipelago and the islands of the Pacific, with description of new species.

Proc. Cal. Acad. Sci. - get paper here; Ineich, Ivan;Zug, George Un lézard endémique des Iles Fidji, le Gecko de Mann, Lepidodactylus manni Schmidt Lepidodactylus herrei, known commonly as the Negros scaly-toed gecko or the white-lined smooth-scaled gecko, is a species of gecko, a lizard in the family Class: Reptilia.

Lepidodactylus is a large genus of geckos, commonly known as scaly-toed geckos and closely related to house geckos or : Reptilia. An Lepidodactylus lugubris in uska species han Reptilia nga ginhulagway ni Duméril ngan Gabriel Bibron hadton An Lepidodactylus lugubris in nahilalakip ha genus nga Lepidodactylus, ngan familia nga Gekkonidae.

Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga Ginhadi-an: Animalia. Lizards of the genus Lepidodactylus (Gekkonidae) from the Indo-Australian Archipelago and the islands of the Pacific, with descriptions of new species.

Proceedings of the California Academy of Scien pp. – Author: Paul M. Oliver, Paul M. Oliver, Rafe M. Brown, Benjamin R. Karin, L. Lee Grismer. Brown, W.C. & Parker, F. () Lizards of the genus Lepidodactylus (Gekkonidae) from the Indo-Australian Archipelago and the islands of the Pacific, with descriptions of new species.

Proceedings. Binomial name. Lepidodactylus zweifeli. Kraus [ fr], Lepidodactylus zweifeli is a species of gecko. It is endemic to New Guinea and is known from the Adelbert Mountains in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea. It is named for Richard G. Zweifel, an American herpetologist.

A new gecko (Reptilia: Squaniata: Genus Lepidodactylus) from Tuvalu, South-central Pacific George R. Zug, Dick WatUng, Tataua Alefaio, Semese Alet'aio, and Claudia Ludescher Two families of lizards are widespread and common coloniziers of the islands of Oceania.

The skinks (Scincidae) are diurnal genus Lepidodacn-lus, dispersal throughout. The Strange Lizards of the Xenosaurus genus, also called Knob-scaled Lizards, are found in North America, specifically central and southern Mexico.

Their habitat ranges from moist semi-aquatic areas to semi-arid scrub areas. They also have well developed limbs. The strange lizard is primarily insectivorous and gives live birth to its young. Lizards of the genus Lepidodactylus (Gekkonidae) from the Indo-Australian archipelago and the islands of the Pacific, with descriptions of new species Author: Walter C Brown ; Fred Parker.

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