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Noun1.Coleonyx - banded geckosColeonyx - banded geckos        
reptile genus - a genus of reptiles
banded gecko - any of several geckos with dark bands across the body and differing from typical geckos in having movable eyelids; of United States southwest and Florida Gulf Coast
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Other reptile species in the study area include Gambelia wislizenii, Coleonyx brevis, Phrynosoma cornutum, Apsidoscelis marmorata, Uta stansburiana, Masticophis flagellum, Rhynochelius lecontei, Pituophis catenifer, Thamnophis marcianus, and Crotalus scutulatus.
1998; Fox & Rostker 1982); en Coleonyx brevis, Lacerta monticola, Mabuya heathi, Psammodromus algiricus, y U.
NOMBRE COMUN FAMILIA ESPECIE Geco bandeado tropical Eublepharidae Coleonyx mitratus Cocodrilo Cocodrylidae Crocodylus acutus Tortuga Candado Escorpion Kinosternidae Kinosternon scorpioides Sapo Bufonidae Chaunus marinus Boa Escarbadora Boidae Loxocemus bicolor NOMBRE COMUN REGISTRADO EN LITERATURA Geco bandeado tropical Klauber 1945 Cocodrilo Alvarado & Flores 2011 Tortuga Candado Escorpion Savage 2002 Sapo Sasa et al.
Although lizards are typically diurnal, the Texas banded gecko, Coleonyx brevis is nocturnal and occurs throughout BBNP at elevations above 1000 m (Punzo 1974).
The energetic costs of tail autotomy to reproduction in the lizard Coleonyx brevis (Sauria: Gekkonidae).
A phylogenetic analysis of physiological-ecological character evolution in the lizard genus Coleonyx and its implications for historical biogeographical reconstruction.
occidentalis, red morph; G) Lampropeltis californiae; H) Rhinocheilus leconti; I) Pituophis catenifer annectens; J) Rena humilis humilis; K) Coleonyx variegatus abbotti; L) Phrynosoma blainvillii; M) Plestiodon skiltonianus interparietalis; N) Aspidosceles tigris stejnegeri; O) Anniella stebbinsi; and P) Spea hammondii.
First record of Coleonyx elegans nemoralis Klauber 1945 (Sauria: Eublepharidae) in a transition area between pine-oak forest and pine forest in Guerrero, Mexico.
1979) showed that the ability of the gecko, Coleonyx variegatus to learn a spatial reversal task was similar to that shown by birds.