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lacertid

(ləˈsɜːtɪd)
n
(Zoology) any lizard that belongs to the family Lacertidae
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Noun1.lacertid - Old World terrestrial lizard
lizard - relatively long-bodied reptile with usually two pairs of legs and a tapering tail
family Lacertidae, Lacertidae - Old World lizards
Lacerta agilis, sand lizard - a common and widely distributed lizard of Europe and central Asia
green lizard, Lacerta viridis - a common Eurasian lizard about a foot long
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References in periodicals archive ?
The Role of Diet in Shaping the Chemical Signal Design of Lacertid Lizards.
Perera A and Perez-Mellado V (2004) Photographic identification as a non-invasive marking technique for lacertid lizards.
The other sympatric Lacertid within the study area is the Green-bellied lizard, Darevskia chlorogaster where the largest and smallest SVL of reproductive females were recorded as 67.950 mm and 46.830 mm, respectively (Nafari, 2013).
Geographical variability of allozyme variation and genetic divergence between Tunisian lizards of the sand-dwelling lacertid genus Acanthodactylus.
The Italian wall lizard, Podareis siculus, is an opportunistic, omnivorous, lacertid lizard native to Italy and the east Adriatic coast.
Historical patterns in ecology: what teiids can tell us about lacertids. Pages 139-157 in The biology of lacertid lizards (V.
Bauwens, "An experimental demonstration of direct behavioural interference in two Mediterranean lacertid lizard species," Animal Behaviour, vol.
Herrel, "Relationships between head size, bite force, prey handling efficiency and diet in two sympatric lacertid lizards," Functional Ecology, vol.
Bosk's fringe-toed lizard Acanthodactylus boskianus (Daudin, 1802) is the most widespread species in the Saharo-Sindian lacertid genus Acanthodactylus, which includes about 30 species (Arnold 1980, Rastegar-Pouyani 1999).
Field body temperatures, mechanisms of thermoregulation and evolution of thermal characteristics in lacertid lizards.