genus Sceloporus

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Noun1.genus Sceloporus - spiny lizardsgenus Sceloporus - spiny lizards        
reptile genus - a genus of reptiles
spiny lizard - any of numerous lizards with overlapping ridged pointed scales; of North America and Central America
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Taxonomic assignment of the lizards of the genus Sceloporus (Squamata: Phrynosomatidae) of the Herpetological Collection of CIIDIR-IPN-Durango.
Sexual size-dimorphism in the genus Sceloporus has historically been relatively well studied, with Fitch (1978) providing data on sexual size dimorphism in several species of Sceloporus.
We were unable to detect any derived characters that would permit definitive allocation to any of these taxa, but in their overall size and morphology, the specimens most closely resemble modern specimens of various species in the genus Sceloporus.
Within the genus Sceloporus, the scalaris species complex of the central Mexican highlands is particularly well suited for a study of the evolution of parity mode (Sites et al.
Taxonomy and distribution of the jarrovi complex of lizards of the torquatus group, genus Sceloporus.
Eimeria sceloporis appears to have little species specificity within the genus Sceloporus as it has been reported previously to infect Sceloporus clarki Baird and Girard, 1852 from Mexico, S.
This pattern is common among temperate oviparous species of the genus Sceloporus (e.
Comparative display behavior in the genus Sceloporus (Iguanidae).
A review of phylogenetic hypotheses of the genus Sceloporus (Phrynosomatidae): implications for ecological and evolutionary studies.
This new taxon is in the scalaris group of the genus Sceloporus and has been found only in the Cerro Pena Nevada area of Nuevo Leon, Mexico.
Comparative population cytogenetics, speciation, and evolution of the iguanid lizard genus Sceloporus.
Karyotype and systematics of the lizards in the variabilis, jelapae, and scalaris species groups of the genus Sceloporus.