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Noun1.Sauria - true lizardsSauria - true lizards; including chameleons and geckos
animal order - the order of animals
order Squamata, Squamata - diapsid reptiles: snakes and lizards
saurian - any of various reptiles of the suborder Sauria which includes lizards; in former classifications included also the crocodiles and dinosaurs
family Pygopodidae, Pygopodidae - Australian and Tasmanian lizards
Cordylidae, family Cordylidae - small family of spiny ovoviviparous African lizards
family Teiidae, Teiidae - whiptails; etc.
Agamidae, family Agamidae - an Old World reptile family of Sauria
Anguidae, family Anguidae - alligator lizards
family Xenosauridae, Xenosauridae - monotypic family of Mexican lizards
Anniellidae, family Anniellidae - legless lizards
family Lanthanotidae, Lanthanotidae - stout-bodied lizards
family Helodermatidae, Helodermatidae - only known venomous lizards
family Lacertidae, Lacertidae - Old World lizards
Chamaeleonidae, Chamaeleontidae, family Chamaeleonidae, family Chamaeleontidae, family Rhiptoglossa, Rhiptoglossa - Old World chameleons; in some classifications they are considered a superfamily of Sauria
family Varanidae, Varanidae - monitor lizards
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References in periodicals archive ?
Life history of Cophosaurus texanus (Sauria: iguanidae): environmental correlates and interpopulational variation.
Reproductive ecology of Ameiva ameiva (Sauria: Teiidae) in the cerrado of central Brazil.
9 0,37 Ovis aries * 1 0,04 Aves (0,37) Nothoprocta ornata (huevos) 9 0,37 Reptilia (0,40) Sauria (huevos) 5 0,20 Liolaemus sp.
Reproductive ecology of the Ameiva ameiva (Sauria: Teiidae) in the Cerrado of Central Brazil.
Ecology of Sceloporus undulatus speari (Sauria: Phrynosomatidae) from northcentral Chihuahua, Mexico.
Succinea peruviana (Gastropoda) in the diet of the Lomas lizard Microlophus tigris (Sauria) from the Lachay National Reserve, Peru