Squamata


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Noun1.Squamata - diapsid reptiles: snakes and lizards
animal order - the order of animals
Lepidosauria, subclass Lepidosauria - diapsid reptiles: lizards; snakes; tuataras
Lacertilia, Sauria, suborder Lacertilia, suborder Sauria - true lizards; including chameleons and geckos
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Orden Familia Especie Crocodylia Alligatoridae Caiman crocodilus Anomalepididae Liotyphlops albirostris Colubridae Drymarchon corais Colubridae Imantodes cenchoa Colubridae Ninia atrata Colubridae Rhinobothryum bovallii Colubridae Sp ilotes pullatus Corytophanidae Basiliscus galeritus Dipsadidae Leptodeira septentrionalis Dipsadidae Erythrolamprus melanotus Gekkonidae Hemidactylus brookii Iguanidae Iguana iguana Leptotyphlopidae Trilepida macrolepis Squamata Phyllodactylidae Thecadactylus rapicauda Polychrotidae Anolis auratus Polychrotidae Anolis tropidogaster Polychrotidae Anolis sp.
Surprisingly, modern integrative studies have largely overlooked the visual systems of the Squamata (i.
Juniperus squamata Blue Carpet, also known as flaky juniper, makes an excellent weed-suppressing blue-grey blanket.
The aim of this research was to analyse the proximate in natural foods Gracilaria lichenoides and Ulva fasciata for abalone Haliotis squamata.
Intestinal Parasites of Thecadactylus rapicauda (Reptilia: Squamata, PhyUodactylidae) in Coro, Falcon State, Venezuela
Notes on incubatory inquilinism between Squamata (Reptilia) and the neotropical fungus-growing ant genus Acromyrmex (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).
A ordem Squamata estava representada por 66,3% (346/522) animais, distribuidos em seis familias, das quais a principal foi a familia Boidae, com tres especies: Boa constrictor com 62/346 (17,9%), Epicrates cenchria, 262 (75,7%), e Eunectes murinus com apenas um exemplar.
Para anuros se adopto la nomenclatura utilizada por la Sociedad Brasileira de Herpetologia (SBH 2012) y para Squamata a Uetz (2012).
squamata 'Blue Star', which reaches 2 feet; and vivid J.