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A Divergent Population of Hemidactylus maculatus maculatus Duméril et Bibron, 1836 (Reptilia: Sauria: Gekkonidae) from the Northern Eastern Ghats, India

@article{Javed2011ADP,
  title={A Divergent Population of Hemidactylus maculatus maculatus Dum{\'e}ril et Bibron, 1836 (Reptilia: Sauria: Gekkonidae) from the Northern Eastern Ghats, India},
  author={S. M. Maqsood Javed and Zeeshan A. Mirza and Chelmala Srinivasulu and B. C. Keshava Murthy and Farida Tampal},
  journal={Russian Journal of Herpetology},
  year={2011},
  volume={18},
  pages={7-16}
}
Recent herpetological investigation in the northern Eastern Ghats revealed the occurrence of a divergent population of Hemidactylus maculatus maculatus Dumeril et Bibron, 1836. The Hemidactylus cf. maculatus population differs from other populations of H. m. maculatus morphologically. The present communication, deals with the description of a Hemidactylus cf. maculatus based on specimens collected from Tyda, Ananthagiri Hills in northern Eastern Ghats, Vishakapatnam District, Andhra Pradesh… 

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