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Amphibians of Argentina
The Patagonian Telmatobiid Fauna of the Volcanic Somuncura Plateau of Argentina
The Late Tertiary basaltic rocks of the Patagonian Meseta of Somuncura, Rio Negro, Argentina, extend for about 15,000 square km north of 42? South Latitude, approximately 60 miles from the AtlanticExpand
Taxonomic and Serological Researches on the Phymaturus patagonicus Complex
Five subspecies of Phymaturus from Argentine Patagonia are identified: P. patagonicus patagonicus Koslowsky, P. patagonicus indistinctus subsp. nov., both from Chubut, P. patagonicus somuncurensis,Expand
A Review of the Leptodactylid Frog Genus, Odontophrynus
phrynus occidentalis from a number of localities along the eastern foothills of the Argentina Andes. Subsequently, in the course of investigations to establish the systematic position of the threeExpand
Revision of the Patagonian Iguanids of the Liolaemus elongatus Complex
Patagonian lizards of the Liolaemus elongatus complex are revised. The proposed taxonomic arrangement consists of the widespread subandean L. elongatus elongatus (Koslowsky) between 330 and 450 southExpand
New Endemic Iguanid Lizards from the Famatina Mountains of Western Argentina
The first herpetological information on the Sierra de Famatina massif (6250 m), La Rioja Province, Argentina, includes two new species of Phymaturus and Liolaemus living at altitudes from 3600 toExpand
The Patagonian Herpetofauna
A new peculiar Liolaemus species of the “ chiliensis ” phyletic group from the volcanic Cordilleran landscapes of Southern Mendoza Province, Argentina (Iguania, Lacertilia, Reptilia)
A new lizard of the genus Liolaemus, belonging to the evolutionary “chiliensis” group, is described. Specimens come from the Peteroa Volcano region (2400 m), close to the Chilean fron­ tier, in theExpand
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