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Noun1.Cnemidophorus - whiptails
reptile genus - a genus of reptiles
family Teiidae, Teiidae - whiptails; etc.
whiptail, whiptail lizard - any of numerous very agile and alert New World lizards
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Effects of risk, cost, and their interaction on optimal escape by nonrefuging Bonaire whiptail lizards, Cnemidophorus murinus.
Comparative autecology of the lizard Cnemidophorus tigris in different parts of its geographic range.
tigrinum (1,505), Eurycea quadridigitata (18), Notophthalmus viridescens (6), Plethodon chlorobryonis (1) Lizards Anolis carolinensis (91), Cnemidophorus sexlineatus (30), Eumeces fasciatus (5), E.
Thubunaea iguanae is primarily known from California wehre it has been reported from Callisaurus, Cnemidophorus, Crotaphytus, Sceloporus, Uma, Uta and Xantusia (Baker 1987).
A study of the teiid lizards of the genus Cnemidophorus with special reference to their phylogenetic relationships.
Annual reproductive activity of a population of Cnemidophorus lemniseatus (Squamata: Teiidae).
Hybrid origin of a unisexual species of whiptail lizard, Cnemidophorus neomexicanus, in western North America: new evidence and a review.
Ninguna especie mantuvo la posicion jerarquica en abundancia, ni fue claramente dominante en las tres localidades: el 62% del total de individuos registrados correspondio a las especies de saurios Gonatodes albogularis, Gymnophthalmus speciosus, Leposoma rugiceps, Norops auratus, Ameiva ameiva, Cnemidophorus lemniscatus (Tabla 1, Figura 3); las serpientes en los tres humedales presentaron en general baja abundancia, exceptuando las especies Thamnodynastes gambotensis y Helicops danieli que en la cienaga Grande del Bajo Sinu y en el complejo APC, estuvieron bien representadas.
A related species, Thubunaea cnemidophorus, has been reported from Crotalus cerastes, C.
One of the better known explanations for the geographic distribution and ecology of parthenogenetic Cnemidophorus lizards was made by Wright and Lowe (1968), who described them as ecological "weeds.
In a study of niche breadth of Cnemidophorus lizards, Case (1990) found lower variation among individuals of clonal C.