The Texas spotted whiptail (Aspidocelis gularis) is a species of long-tailed lizard native to the southern United States, in Texas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma, and. The Texas spotted whiptail (Cnemidophorus gularis or Aspidocelis gularis) is a species of long-tailed lizard native to the southern United States, in Texas, New. Reproduction and Sexual Dimorphism in the Whiptail Lizard Aspidoscelis gularis (Squamata: Teiidae) in Guadalcázar, San Luis Potosí, Mexico.
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Herpetological Review 44 3: They are highly active and found in a wide variety of habitats, from grassland and semi-arid regions, to canyons and rocky terrain, typically not far from a permanent water source. Misuse aspieoscelis the trivial name Septemvittatus in the lizard genus Cnemidophorus. Relative priority of names for members of the Eastern and Central Spotted Whiptail lineages of the lizard genus Cnemidophorus in North America.
Journal of the Arizona Academy of Science 4 2: Check List 9 4: Males often have a red -colored throat, blue belly, and black or blue patches on the chest, while females have only a pink -colored throat. Tlalnepantla UNAM, pp.
Small, granular dorsal scales with enlarged scales on back of forelimbs and along front edge of throat. A contribution to a knowledge of the herpetology of a portion of the savanna region of Central Peten, Guatemala. Anfibios y Reptiles de Aguascalientes [2nd ed. This diurnal lizard actively forages for termites, caterpillars, and large insects in sand and debris. Retrieved 7 Aspidosceliw Cordes, and James M. Texas spotted whiptails grow 6. Zweifel [pallidus] Holotype: Aspidocelis gularis raunip.
Morphological variation in the teiid lizard Cnemidorphorus gularis. Biology of Whiptail lizards genus Cnemidophoruspp. Color patterns in Cnemidophorus.
Aspidoscelis laredoensis x Aspidoscelis gularis Laredo striped whiptail x Texas spotted whiptail spermatogenesis. Herpetological Vularis 44 4: Parthenogenetic Cnemidophorus tesselatus complex Sauria: Can you confirm these amateur observations of Aspidoscelis gularis?
Relative priority of names for members of the Eastern and Central Spotted Whiptail lineages of the lizard genus Cnemidophorus in North America. Systematics of Cnemidophorus gularis.
asppidoscelis The herpetofauna of the Mexican State of Aguascalientes. Adults with sexually dimorphic coloration: Scientific and standard English names of amphibians and reptiles of North America north of Mexico, with comments regarding confidence in our understanding.
New Mexico Press, pp. Aspidoscelis gularis gularis Texas spotted whiptail acquired color pattern.
Eastern Spotted Whiptail | Herps of Texas
Cnemidophorus gularis Aspidoscelis gularis. Cordes and Harry L. Reptarium The Reptile Database. Variation in gluaris distribution of lizards of western Mexico related to Cnemidophorus sacki. Journal of Herpetology 32 3: A checklist of the lizard genus Cnemidophorus Teiidae.
Lizards of the American Southwest.
Eastern Spotted Whiptail
A checklist of the lizard genus Cnemidophorus Teiidae. Aspidoscelis scalaris COPE, Web pages and scripting Jiri Hosek. Tweet Please submit feedback about this entry to the curator. A synopsis of the species of the teiid genus Cnemidophorus. Web pages and scripting Jiri Hosek. Herpetological Review 44 2: Herpetological Review 45 1: Breeding occurs in the spring and eggs are laid in May and June.
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Aspidoscelis gularis will run if threatened, but generally it is not as wary as other whiptails. Views Read Edit View history. Aspidoscelis gularis also hybridizes with Aspidoscelis laredoensis. Characteristics of some new reptiles in the Museum of the Smithsonian Institution, part 2.