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Amphibian species richness and diversity in a modified tropical environment of central Mexico
We analyzed the structure and taxonomic diversity of amphibian communities in a forest-fragmented landscape in central Mexico. Our study was undertaken in remnants of native tropical evergreen forestExpand
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Diversidad de reptiles en tres tipos de vegetación del estado de Hidalgo, México
La zona sureste del estado de Hidalgo presenta diversos tipos de vegetacion, como el bosque mesofilo de montana, bosque de pino-encino y bosque de pino, con alta riqueza de reptiles. En este estudio,Expand
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Reproductive cycles and reproductive strategies among populations of the Rose‐bellied Lizard Sceloporus variabilis (Squamata: Phrynosomatidae) from central Mexico
Abstract Species with wide distribution, generally show variations in life history characteristics, which can be attributed to environmental causes. In this study, we analyzed the reproductive cycleExpand
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Species Diversity of Amphibians from Arid and Semiarid Environments of the Real de Guadalcázar State Reserve, San Luis Potosí, Mexico
ABSTRACT Amphibian species composition from arid and semiarid environments is different from that in tropical and temperate environments. Extensive areas of desert occur in the Chihuahuan DesertExpand
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New record of the snake Geophis turbidus (Squamata: Dipsadidae) from Hidalgo, Mexico, with annotations of a juvenile specimen
We record for the first time the recently described snake Geophis turbidus from the state of Hidalgo, Mexico. The species was recorded in cloud and pine forests, and this report extends theExpand
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Morphology and reproductive patterns of an assemblage of anurans from the Chihuahuan Desert Region, Mexico
Abstract Amphibian communities in arid and semi-arid environments are highly dependent on environmental factors for breeding activities. A large number of species can also show different reproductiveExpand
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Modification of landscape as promoter of change in structure and taxonomic diversity of reptile´s communities: an example in tropical landscape in the central region of Mexico
The degree of species loss was assessed by comparing the structure of communities and species diversity of reptiles from three different environments, one natural (tropical evergreen forest [TEF])Expand
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Reproduction and sexual dimorphism in two populations of the polymorphic spiny lizard Sceloporus minor from Hidalgo, México
Ram�irez-Bautista, A., Stephenson, B.P., Serrano Mu~ C., Cruz-Elizalde, R. and HernU. 2014. Reproduction and sexual dimorphism in two populations of the polymorphic spiny lizard Sceloporus minor fromExpand
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Reproductive strategy of male and female eastern spiny lizards Sceloporus spinosus (Squamata: Phrynosomatidae) from a region of the Chihuahuan Desert, México
We examined the reproductive strategy of male (n = 84) and female (n = 62) S. spinosus from a single population in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. The male reproductive cycle peaked in March and April andExpand
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Sexual size dimorphism among populations of the rose-bellied lizard Sceloporus variabilis (Squamata: Phrynosomatidae) from high and low elevations in Mexico
It is well known that geographic variation in morphological traits occurs among populations of lizard species. In this study, we analysed body size and sexual size dimorphism among four populationsExpand
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