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The Biology and Evolution of Australian Lizards
That's it, a book to wait for in this month. Even you have wanted for long time for releasing this book biology and evolution of australian lizards; you may not be able to get in some stress. ShouldExpand
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A subfamilial classification of scincid lizards
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A phylogenetic subdivision of Australian skinks
Skinks are the largest and most diverse of the five families of lizards in Australia. The most recent review of the lizard fauna, for example, recognizes 193 species (54 percent of the total; CoggerExpand
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Limb reduction in squamates : identification of the lineages and discussion of the trends
An attempt is made to identify all squamate lineages having undergone limb reduction in the sense of having lost one or more bones from either the front or rear limb. The limb osteology of theExpand
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The relationships of the Lizard genera Anelytropsis and Dibamus
This paper deals with three problems: the relationships of Anelytropsis and Diba- mus, their relationships to other squamates, and their species taxonomy. The external morphology, osteology, softExpand
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Limb Reduction in the Lizard Genus Lerista. 1. Variation in the Number of Phalanges and Presacral Vertebrae
The sandswimming, Australian scincid lizard genus Lerista is the best example of limb reduction in tetrapods in that it comprises an extensive and finely graded morphocline within a group of 51Expand
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Malagasy scincid lizards: descriptions of nine new species, with notes on the morphology, reproduction and taxonomy of some previously described species (Reptilia, Squamata: Scincidae)
The taxonomy and/or natural history of 33 species of scincid lizards from Madagascar are reviewed. Most of the material, consisting of 187 specimens now housed in the Museo Regionale di ScienzeExpand
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Limb Reduction in the Scincid Lizard Genus Lerista. 2. Variation in the Bone Complements of the Front and Rear Limbs and the Number of Postsacral Vertebrae
Morphoclines for the front and rear limb bone configurations in the sand-swimming lizard genus Lerista trace only a very narrow pathway through morphological space. The morphoclines are generallyExpand
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