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A new species of chameleon (Squamata: Chamaeleonidae) from the Aberdare Mountains in the central highlands of Kenya
We describe a new species of chameleon, Trioceros kinangopensis sp. nov., from Kinangop Peak in the Aberdare moun-tains, central highlands of Kenya. The proposed new species is morphologically andExpand
Amphibian Diversity in Shimba Hills National Reserve, Kenya: A Comprehensive List of Specimens and Species
ABSTRACT We present the first annotated amphibian checklist of Shimba Hills National Reserve (SHNR). The list comprises of 30 currently known amphibians (28 anurans and two caecilians), whichExpand
Biogeography of the Shimba Hills ecosystem herpetofauna in Kenya
The Shimba Hills ecosystem along the south coast of Kenya is a key East African biodiversity hotspot. Historically, it is biogeographically assignable to the East African coastal biome. We examinedExpand
Systematics of Hyperolius mitchelli Loveridge, 1953 and Hyperolius rubrovermiculatus Schiøtz, 1975 (Anura: Hyperoliidae) and assignment of populations from northern Tanzania
ABSTRACT The taxonomic validity of the East African reed frogs Hyperolius mitchelli Loveridge, 1953 and Hyperolius rubrovermiculatus Schiøtz, 1975 has been questioned in the literature, with theExpand
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FIGURE 4. Phylogenetic relationships among species in the bitaeniatus - group. Bayesian majority-rule consensus tree for combined 16 S and ND 4 markers. Bayesian posterior probabilities aboveExpand
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FIGURE 1. Collecting localities of specimens used in the morphological analysis. Numbers of specimens from each locality given in Table 1, Appendix II. An * indicates collecting localities used inExpand
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FIGURE 3. SVL variation in T. schubotzi and T. kinangopensis sp. nov. among males and females. White boxes = males, grey boxes = females, bold line = median, box limits = 25 th and 75 th percentiles,Expand