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new species of Phrynocephalus

Steven C. Anderson

new species of Phrynocephalus

(Sauria: Agamidae) from Afghanistan, with remarks on Phrynocephalus ornatus Boulenger

by Steven C. Anderson

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Published in [San Francisco] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Phrynocephalus ornatus.,
  • Phrynocephalus clarkorum.,
  • Reptiles -- Afghanistan.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Steven C. Anderson and Alan E. Leviton.
    SeriesProceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 4th ser., v. 35, no. 11, Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences ;, v. 35, no. 11.
    ContributionsLeviton, Alan E., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ11 .C253 vol. 35, no. 11
    The Physical Object
    Pagination227-233 p.
    Number of Pages233
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5598334M
    LC Control Number68004234

    Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.   The original species description was P. putjatai Bedriaga , but several versions of this species name have been used, including “P. putjatae” in the study that described the new species P. guinanensis (Ji et al., ). However, Phrynocephalus putjatia is currently the most widely.

    three kinds of karyotypes. All viviparous species have 2n¼48 (12 large and 12 small pairs of chromosomes), P. mystaceus has a unique type with 2n¼48 (11 large and 13 small pairs of chromosomes), and all oviparous Fig. 1. The distribution of the Chinese Phrynocephalus species. (A) The distribution regions of the oviparous species including. Laurann Dohner has 66 books on Goodreads with ratings. Laurann Dohner's most popular series is New Species.

    toad-headed agamas (genus Phrynocephalus) Daniel WA Noble1, Yin Qi2 and Jinzhong Fu*1 Abstract Background: Species are fundamental units in biology, yet much debate exists surrounding how we should delineate species in nature. Species discovery now requires the use of separate, corroborating datasets to quantify. In general, the ecological niche and role of Phrynocephalus species in lizard communities of arid environments of Asia are poorly studied, but seem to be similar to that of Phrynosoma, Cophosaurus, Holbrookia, Uta, and Sceloporus in the New World, as well as Moloch in Australia.


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New species of Phrynocephalus by Steven C. Anderson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Phrynocephalus is a genus which includes 44 species of small and medium-sized agamid lizards, commonly called toadhead agamas or toad-headed agamas, that inhabit open arid and semiarid environments of Asia and Eastern systematics of this genus are very complicated with many controversial points of view about the unclear phylogeny of this group.

Class: Reptilia. NEW SPECIES OF PHRYNOCEPHALUS(SAURIA:AGAMIDAE)FROM AFGHANISTAN,WITH REMARKS ON PHRYNOCEPHALUS ORNATUS BOULENGER Paperback – January 1, by A.E. Anderson,S.C.& Leviton (Author)Author: A.E.

Anderson,S.C.& Leviton. Phrynocephalus zetangensis Wang et al., Phrynocephalus theobaldi (common names: Theobald's toad-headed agama, snow lizard, and others) is a species of lizard in the family Agamidae. The species is endemic to : Agamidae.

Graham Newland (Natural History Books) (GB) Bookseller Inventory # Title A new species of Phrynocephalus (Sauria: Agamidae) from Afghanistan, with remarks on Phrynocephalus ornatus Boulenger. Author Anderson, S. & A. Leviton: Book condition Used Publisher San Francisco, CA: California Academy of Sciences, Bookseller catalogs.

Get this from a library. A new species of Phrynocephalus (Sauria: Agamidae) from Afghanistan, with remarks on Phrynocephalus ornatus Boulenger. [Steven C Anderson; Alan E Leviton].

Book 2 in the New Species series. The books can be Want to Read. Shelving menu. A revision of taxonomic structure of Phrynocephalus arabicus Anderson, complex is presented.

Phrynocephalus nejdensis Haas, and Phrynocephalus macropeltis Haas, are considered as. A New Species of Phrynocephalus (Agamidae, Sauria) from Al Sharqiyah Sands, Northeastern Oman, Dedicated to the Memory of Sako Tuniyev (–).

Russian Journal of Herpetology 22(4): – A new species of Phrynocephalus Kaup (Reptilia: Agamidae) from the Rajasthan Desert, India, with notes on ecology.

BULLETIN OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA 1(3) - get paper here Venugopal, P.D. Jin, Y. et al. Intraspecific lineages of the lizard Phrynocephalus putjatia from the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau: Impact of physical events on divergence and discordance between morphology and molecular markers.

Molecular phylogenetics and evolution – DOI: / Reference page. This paper clarifies the status of the two species of Phrynocephalus in Kuwait, P. arabicus (Anderson, ) and P. maculatus (Anderson, ), about which there appears to. An Phrynocephalus arabicus in uska species han Reptilia nga ginhulagway ni Anderson hadton An Phrynocephalus arabicus in nahilalakip ha genus nga Phrynocephalus, ngan familia nga Agamidae.

Ginklasipika han IUCN an species komo diri gud kababarak-an. Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. A New species ofAgama from Pakistan Khan, Rabwah, Pakistan, who very kindly studied the specimens and suggested that it could be different from all previously reported Agama and might be new to science.

My thanks are also due to all my colleagues and venturers of Operation Raleigh Expedit who assisted me in collecting this species. A new species of agamid lizard, Phrynocephalus lutensis sp. nov., is described from the Lut Desert in Iran.

It is a species adapted to wind-blown sand in this semi-isolated basin. Bonn zoological Bulletin (4) Book (1) Boraginaceae (2) Borneo (). BARABANOV, A.V. & N.B. ANANJEVA () Catalogue of the available scientific species-group names for lizards of the genus Phrynocephalus Kaup, (Reptilia, Sauria, Agamidae).: Zootaxa Phrynocephalus a genus of lizards of the family Agamidae.

The trunk in Phrynocephalus is flattened and sometimes very broad. The body length, including the tail, ranges from 7 to 23 cm. In many species, the scales along the edges of the digits form denticles.

The lizards are hard to find when camouflaged against a background of sand or clayey soil. They. Phrynocephalus erythrurus of the Qiangtang Plateau occupies the highest regions of any reptile on earth. Here, we report mitochondrial DNA haplotypes sampled throughout the distribution of P.

erythrurus and analyze patterns of genetic divergence among populations. The species diverged into two major lineages/subspecies at mya.

Note that Phrynocephalus acutirostris is listed as valid species by WANG et al. melanurus is listed as synonym of Phrynocephalus versicolor, with a question mark, by WERMUTH Type species: Lacerta caudivolvula PALLASSyntypes: ZMB:(designated as type species of the genus Phrynocephalus KAUPby Fitzinger.

Phrynocephalus, commonly called Toadhead Agamas or Toad-headed Agama, includes more than 45 species of small and medium sized agamid lizards that inhabit open arid and semiarid environments of Asia and Eastern Europe.

Systematics of this genus is very complicated. And there are a lot of controversial points of view about unclear phylogeny of this group. Taxonomy. The phylogeny within the genus Phrynocephalus is not well understood and has been the subject of recent revisions.

Following Melnikov et al. (), the IUCN considers P. horvathi and P. persicus different species rather than subspecies of P. persicus (for details see Phrynocephalus persicus).This usage has been followed here, contrary to the Reptile Database.

Species history and divergence times of viviparous and oviparous Chinese toad-headed sand lizards (Phrynocephalus) on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. Jin YT(1), Brown RP.

Author information: (1)Department of Biology, College of Life Sciences, China Jiliang University, HangzhouZhejiang, PR China.A new species of agamid lizard, Phrynocephalus lutensis sp.

nov., is described from the Lut Desert in Iran. It is a species adapted to wind-blown sand in this semi-isolated basin.

It appears to be most closely similar to P. luteoguttatus and P. euptilopus on the basis of external morphology. A key to the 19 known Phrynocephalus species of.relatively high species diversity in the Iranian plateau, little information in available from them.

Among the Phrynocephalus species in Iran, the gray toad agama, Phrynocephalus scutellatus (Olivier, ) is the most widespread, its distribution covering the whole central plateau, flanked by the Zagros mountains in the.