Gerrhonotus


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Noun1.Gerrhonotus - alligator lizardsGerrhonotus - alligator lizards      
reptile genus - a genus of reptiles
Anguidae, family Anguidae - alligator lizards
alligator lizard - slim short-limbed lizard having a distinctive fold on each side that permits expansion; of western North America
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Klosterman (1987) analiza Gerrhonotus coeruleus Wiegmann, 1828 e identifica, en las celulas intermedias y piriformes, caracteristicas estructurales indicativas de intensa actividad de sintesis.
Sexual dimorphism in the alligator lizard Gerrhonotus infernalis (Sauria: Anguidae): implications for sexual selection.
Gerrhonotus parvus Knight & Scudday, 1985 (Squamata: Anguidae): New range extension and clutch size in the state of Nuevo Leon, Mexico.
The balance between number and size of young in the live bearing lizard Gerrhonotus coeruleus.
Gerrhonotus ophiurus Cope occurs in the Mexican states of Hidalgo, Queretaro, San Luis Potosi and Veracruz (Good 1994).
The southern alligator lizard Gerrhonotus multicarinatus Blainville 1935: its care and breeding in captivity.
de catalogo o Localidad fotografia Eleutherodactylus CH-CIB 4539 Centro del municipio verrucipes Gerrhonotus Coleccion fotografica Santiago Acayutlan infernalis CH-CIB 31 Sceloporus grammicus CH-CIB 4591 Centro del municipio Crotalus molossus Coleccion fotografica Santiago Acayutlan CH-CIB 29 Micrurus tener Coleccion fotografica Santiago Acayutlan CH-CIB 25 Tropidodipsas Coleccion fotografica Cerca de la cabecera sartorii CH-CIB 28 municipal Especie Fecha Latitud/Longitud Altitud (msnm) Eleutherodactylus 16/06/2014 20.
Gerrhonotus infernalis is commonly known as falso escorpion or Texas alligator lizard; it is distributed in North America from central to western Texas in the United States through Coahuila, entering into Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas, and north of San Luis Potosi in Mexico (Smith, 1979; Good, 1994).
This species is widely distributed in North America and has been reported from six genera of anurans, Acris, Bufo, Hyla, Pseudacris, Rana, Scaphiopus; three of Caudata, Desmognathus, Eurycea, Plethodon, seven genera of lizards, Anolis, Eumeces, Elgaria, Gerrhonotus, Heloderma, Sceloporus, Scincella; and one of tortoises, Terrapene (Baker 1987; Goldberg and Bursey 1991).
Bitegmen gerrhonoti, originally described as Baerietta gerrhonoti by Telford (1965) from the southern alligator lizard, Elgaria multicarinata (= Gerrhonotus multicarinatus webbi), was reassigned to its current taxonomic position by Jones (1987).
Range extension of the distribution of Gerrhonotus infernalis (Squamata: Anguidae) for the northeast region of Guanajuato state.