A New Species of Tupinambis Daudin, 1802 (Squamata: Teiidae) from Central South America

@article{Silva2018ANS,
  title={A New Species of Tupinambis Daudin, 1802 (Squamata: Teiidae) from Central South America},
  author={Marc{\'e}lia Basto da Silva and Marco Antonio RIBEIRO-JUNIOR and Teresa Cristina Sauer {\'A}vila-Pires},
  journal={Journal of Herpetology},
  year={2018},
  volume={52},
  pages={110 - 94}
}
Abstract We describe a new species of Tupinambis from central South America in a transitional region between Amazonia, Cerrado, and Pantanal. The new species differs from its congeners by the number of femoral pores, posterior gulars, and mesoptychial scales and by color pattern. It is partially sympatric with Tupinambis cuzcoensis, Tupinambis longilineus, Tupinambis quadrilineatus, and maybe also with Tupinambis teguixin, but in general terms they tend to substitute one another in space… Expand
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